Ousted NBA player, Enes Kanter Freedom, is a hero

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - OCTOBER 22: The shoes of Enes Kanter #13 of the Boston Celtics before the Celtics home opener against the Toronto Raptors at TD Garden on October 22, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Getty Images)

Freedom took on that last name in honor of becoming a U.S. citizen. The gifted basketball player openly criticized human rights violations in China and Turkey. Instead of being protected, he was dumped by the NBA and now has an Interpol warrant for his arrest. Yet, who here speaks up for him?

Founder of Americans for Intelligence Reform, a non-profit organization, Brad retired after 25 years as a Senior Operative with the CIA. His multiple stations included areas fighting terrorism, and those succumbing to lawlessness, human rights violations, and communism. Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

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