EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks about new revelations that the US continues to provide military aid to Egypt despite promises to cut it off after the military took over the country in a coup which has led to thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters being sentenced to death. Abby then speaks with Dan Johnson, founder of People Against the NDAA, about the National Defense Authorization Act and its language that allows the military to indefinitely detain American citizens and what local communities are doing about this law. Abby then discusses the disturbing trend of detained journalists in Ukraine, including RT reporter Graham Phillips, who was just released. Abby then calls out former Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, who is on a book tour promoting his version of the financial crisis bailout, while ignoring his role in preventing millions of Americans from refinancing their homes. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with Ronnie Moas, Founder of Standpoint Research and Creator of PhilanthropyandPhilosophy.com about his work as an ethical stock analyst and why he's urging Wall Street to consider massive wealth redistribution.