TIME Magazine Reporter Michael Grunwald Calls For Murder Of Julian Assange

By: Monday August 19, 2013 7:39 am

@MikeGrunwald I am informed you tweeted to the world, that you cant wait to defend the extra judicial murder of my son Julian #Assange. — Christine Assange (@AssangeC) August 18, 2013 Michael Grunwald, TIME magazine’s “senior national security correspondent,” decided to advocate for Julian Assange’s violent murder (in an embassy no less) on twitter saying: I [...]

Did America Kill Ecuador’s President?

By: Friday June 28, 2013 7:29 am

So whats up with the Ecuador-U.S. relationship? First they give Julian Assange – a man the US is upset with – asylum in their embassy. Now they are considering offering asylum to indicted “spy” Edward Snowden. And when we threatened to pull preferential trading rights with them if they granted Snowden asylum, they told us [...]

Department Of Justice Confirms Wikileaks Investigation

By: Tuesday June 25, 2013 5:41 am

After years of ducking questions and some questionable congressional testimony it appears the Justice Department has finally confirmed that its War on Journalism does include Wikileaks. According to the New York Times the investigation is extensive. Interviews with government agents, prosecutors and others familiar with the WikiLeaks investigation, as well as an examination of court [...]

Head Of NSA Claims He Doesn’t Know “Who Wikileaks Are”

By: Monday June 24, 2013 9:51 am

Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. US News | Weird News | More ABC News Videos In an interview with This Week NSA Director General Keith Alexander made a ridiculous and clearly dishonest claim – that he didn’t know who Wikileaks are. STEPHANOPOULOS: The final point that Pierre made, the question about some government [...]

Wikileaks Case May Prove Holder Lied To Congress

By: Wednesday May 29, 2013 9:03 am

Attorney General Eric Holder could not have been more clear in his sworn testimony before Congress – he had never even heard of a potential prosecution of the press for the disclosure of material. JOHNSON: I yield the balance of my time to you. HOLDER: I would say this with regard to potential prosecution of [...]

BofA Taking Wikileaks Threat Seriously

By: Monday January 3, 2011 7:33 am

Bank of America has not been specifically named as a target of Wikileaks, at least not directly; everything out there is more on the order of speculation. And yet they either know something particular about that speculation or they’re just proceeding with an abundance of caution. They’ve begun a document review led by a “chief [...]

UN Will Investigate Treatment of Bradley Manning

By: Thursday December 23, 2010 9:38 am

The UN’s special rapporteur for on torture will investigate the treatment of Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of leaking classified material and currently held in solitary confinement under the custody of the US Marines. Manning faces a court martial but no criminal charges, and has yet been held in solitary for over seven [...]

Justice Department Looking for Pretense to Charge Julian Assange

By: Thursday December 16, 2010 8:35 am

Julian Assange is finally free on bail, after a judge in Britain rejected an appeal from Sweden. He has been released without his passport and with an electronic tag, and is under a kind of house arrest at the home of a wealthy supporter in Suffolk. He will need to report to police daily. Meanwhile, [...]

Columbia School of Journalism Comes Out Against Prosecution of Julian Assange

By: Wednesday December 15, 2010 8:14 am

Twenty members of the Columbia School of Journalism have written a letter to President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder expressing their opposition to charging Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with criminal counts for leaking a cache of classified State Department cables. Some of the professors who signed the statement don’t agree with Assange or his [...]

Julian Assange Released on Bail

By: Tuesday December 14, 2010 8:02 am

After a week in the prison cell which once held Oscar Wilde, Julian Assange has been released in Britain on $310,000 bail, as the case over his extradition to Sweden on sex-related charges continues. In a 10-minute telephone conversation his mother, the newspaper said, Mrs. Assange declared: “My convictions are unfaltering. I remain true to [...]

Wikileaks Supporters Fight Back, Hack MasterCard, PayPal

By: Wednesday December 8, 2010 1:51 pm

With the worldwide coordination against Wikileaks, with the US Justice Department seeking prosecution and the State Department cracking down on its funding sources, with Julian Assange in jail and the press savaging Assange and Wikileaks (and inventing ticky-tack reasons to do so) for making them look bad, you just knew there would be a community-based [...]

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