Documents released by the secrets outlet seem to be “the only straight answers we get any more.”
Bradley Manning is the man who is being tortured in prison without ever being to trail for exposing the government and their WICKEDNESS. It is par for the course to see the zombies have placed actor Rain at the top of their list. Makes me Sick.
Prosecutors are urging a federal judge in Virginia to rule against three associates of WikiLeaks who are fighting to keep records of their Twitter use out of the hands of the government.
Nearly 300 experts, scholars and authors demand an end to Manning's rough treatment
Most (in)famous for proposing a wide-ranging plan to discredit the defenders of WikiLeaks, the security company HBGary Federal recently pitched the Pentagon’s premiere research branch on a “Paranoia Meter” to hunt down the next Bradley Manning.
"We've seen the current president bringing five prosecutions so far... against people for whistleblowing, for leaks of classified information," said Daniel Ellsberg, "All previous presidents put together brought three prosecutions... We see a campaig
Daniel Ellsberg, the man responsible for leaking the Pentagon Papers that helped stop the Vietnam War, was arrested twice over the weekend: on Saturday at the White House, and again on Sunday outside the Quantico military brig where accused WikiLeaks
India's ruling Congress party bribed members of parliament to survive a vote of confidence in 2008. At the time, leftist parties had withdrawn their support for the government as they objected to a civilian nuclear deal between India and the U.S.
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No matter how much Obama and his tag team of cronies pat themselves on the back for their transparency in their government, it has become evident that you had BETTER not let anyone know if someone or some department in his administration is misbehavi
Bradley Manning has found yet another unexpected defender. An editor at the conservative National Review magazine declared there was "no excuse" for subjecting Manning, who has not been convicted of a crime, to harsh conditions.
Julian Assange, the founder of whistleblower website WikiLeaks, has warned that the Internet was the "greatest spying machine the world has ever seen" and an obstacle to free speech.
Pfc. Bradley Manning, has been imprisoned for 9 months on charges of handing government files to WikiLeaks, has not even been tried let alone convicted. Yet the military has been treating him abusively with President Obama’s support to do so.
As engineers and scientists struggle to control six Japanese nuclear reactors the world watches with horror. The search for why this is happening has already begun. At least one man might have some theories.
Emails obtained by someone claiming to be former bank employee appear to show improper sub-prime lending practices The emails appear to show employees of Balboa Insurance, a Bank of America unit, discussing the removal of details from documents in
According to CNN, Crowley came under pressure from the Obama administration to step down in the wake of making controversial comments about the Pentagon's treatment of Army private Bradley Manning.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Theresa Carroll Buchanan issued a 20-page opinion Friday in Alexandria that denied the request of three people who are linked to WikiLeaks to keep the U.S. government from looking at some of their Twitter information.
Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks Studios have bought the rights to a book written by two British journalists about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, their newspaper said Thursday.
Former British intelligence chief Sir Richard Dearlove gave a speech not long ago where all recordings were prohibited. During that talk, he credited secrets outlet WikiLeaks with helping spark revolutions across the Middle East, saying they provide
A former WikiLeaks spokesman launched a rival website Friday, saying he planned to give whistleblowers more control over the secrets they spill.
A lawyer for Pfc. Bradley Manning, the Army intelligence analyst accused of leaking secret government files to WikiLeaks, has complained that his client was stripped and left naked in his cell for seven hours on Wednesday.
The U.S. military said it has brought 22 new charges against a soldier accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of sensitive U.S. government documents that were later published by the website WikiLeaks. Bradley Manning, a former intelligence analy
Anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, the Internet and a Russian human rights activist are among a record 241 nominations for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize.
Former Reagan administration official Paul Craig Roberts said there is “a concerted effort to nail him–to shut Assange up… If the legal attempt fails, he’ll simply be assassinated by a CIA assassination team. It’s common practice for the CIA to do th
Its revitalization by the Obama administration was but one of many steps taken to dramatically expand the war on whistleblowers being waged by the current President, who ran on a platform of "protecting whistleblowers":
A British court on Thursday ordered Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, to be extradited to Sweden to face accusations of sexual abuse. His lawyers have seven days to appeal the ruling and immediately indicated that they would do so.
Online payment provider PayPal has apparently frozen the account of Courage to Resist, a group raising funds to support US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the whistleblower accused of passing classified documents to WikiLeaks.
A British court gave the go-ahead for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden where he is accused of sex crimes. Lawyers for Assange, who has angered the US government by releasing thousands of secret US diplomatic cables on his w
Julian Knowles, an expert in extradition law, dismisses the arguments made by the WikiLeaks founder's lawyers
But now the investigator is being investigated. The U.S. Marshals Service, which is responsible for security at federal courthouses, complained to the Army that Poulos's investigation was "inappropriate, impermissible, and not taken lightly," acco