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Whistleblowers

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The Guardian

The WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has lost his high court appeal against extradition to Sweden to face rape allegations. Lord Justice Thomas and Mr Justice Ouseley on Wednesday handed down their judgment in the 40-year-old Australian's appeal

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AP

As Julian Assange awaits a judge's extradition verdict, it could be WikiLeaks' very future that's at stake. Its finances under pressure and some of its biggest revelations already public, WikiLeaks may not have the strength to survive if Britain's

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Lew Rockwell

Peter Van Buren is a State Department employee (for 23 years) and a whistle-blower, harassed by State and near being fired. One of his blogs (that links to others) is here. It shows the enormous waste of bureaucracy and influence of political correct

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NY Times

The Cuomo administration is continuing to pursue a old disciplinary case against Jeffrey Monsour, a state employee at the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities who has been an outspoken critic of the agency’s management.

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Glenn Greenwald

Like millions of people, Manning concluded that the war in Iraq, far from being a magnanimous endeavor to help the Iraqi people, was in fact an inhumane, monstrous act of aggression that indiscriminately killed huge numbers of innocent people; but un

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NY Times

Stephen J. Kim, an arms expert who immigrated from South Korea as a child, spent a decade briefing top government officials on the dangers posed by North Korea. Then he was charged with violating the Espionage Act by talking to Fox News.

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www.cbsnews.com

Tom Drake, a former NSA senior executive indicted last year for espionage after leaking to the media allegations that the nation's largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse will appear in his first television interview. S

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