This was awkward.
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The Army continues its campaign of harassment against whistleblower Chelsea Manning, with some of the most ridiculous charges of prison rules violations ever.
This leak reveals that the TPP is worse than we thought.
“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.” – Thomas Jefferson
Extreme paranoia or extreme caution?
Wikileaks has released a number of classified documents over the past few years that have shown a clear connection between the United States and Israel is committing serious crimes against humanity towards Palestine. Here is a rundown of leaked information that has confirmed that Israel with the complacency of the […]
If rules are bent or changed and Manning is transferred, the Pentagon could free itself from the rock and a hard place it’s found itself in ever since Chelsea announced her intentions to transition.
The video launches into a series of 80s rock cliches, with Assange full-throating a parody song against a montage of ever more bizarre poses and backdrops.
Whistle-blower Edward Snowden has finally gained asylum in Russia, and has left the airport in Moscow for an undisclosed, safe location.
Bradley Manning has been found not guilty on the most serious charge; aiding the enemy. However, he still faces up to 130 years in prison.
On Thursday a military judge decided not to drop the ‘aiding the enemy’ charge against Private Bradley Manning. Closing arguments will end on Friday.
Snowden’s options for asylum have now co-opted the news cycle, with various Latin American countries jockeying for position. Where he lands remains unknown.
Journalist Michael Hastings’ Email Just Hours Before Fatal Crash: ‘Need To Go Off The Radar’ (VIDEO)
The violence of the crash, the particulars of the story, even what Michael Hastings was writing all lend themselves to conspiracy theories. Now an email…
Kevin Gosztola, journalist covering Wikileaks, Bradley Manning, etc., joins David to discuss the current status of Bradley Manning and more.
The US military whistle-blower won 70% of the vote from ‘Guardian’ readers for exposing war crimes through WikiLeaks, ‘Guardian’ tries to downplay it.
The Anonymous TYLER system stands poised to change the rules of not only the internet, but of society itself.
Anonymous claims to have prevented widespread voting fraud through hacking Romney’s Orca server, and to have uncovered proof that the Orca system was designed not to get out the vote, but to steal the vote.
The United States marks Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as ‘enemies of the state,’ a rather serious allegation indeed.
David speaks with Denis Campbell, the Editor-in-Chief of UK Progressive Magazine on the Julian Assange asylum petition to Ecuador.