John Kiriakou is waiting for a phone call. When it comes, he'll pack – say goodbye to his wife and five children. And then he'll go to jail for the next two and a half years.
Ecuador will seek judicial help to ensure the safe passage from Britain of WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange.
A student has been expelled from Montreal’s Dawson College after he discovered a flaw in the computer system used by most Quebec Colleges, one which compromised the security of over 250,000 students’ personal information.
Manning’s lawyers had argued evidence regarding the soldier’s motivation for illicitly passing the confidential documents to WikiLeaks should be heard at trial, but judge Denise Lind largely threw out the request. In what amounts to a boost for th
The New York Times reports today that one person will be watching Lance Armstrong's Thursday interview on Oprah interview very closely: Thomas Weisel, co-owner of the disgraced cyclist's U.S. Postal Service Team.
An Army private suspected of sending reams of classified documents to the secret-sharing WikiLeaks website was illegally punished at a Marine Corps brig and should get 112 days cut from any prison sentence he receives if convicted, a military judge r
Mr. Kiriakou first stumbled into the public limelight by speaking out about waterboarding on television in 2007, quickly becoming a source for national security journalists, including this reporter, who turned up in Mr. Kiriakou’s indictment last yea
Maybe they should prosecute the MSM. Posting truth,info,questions or not believing official story Related to Mass Shooting In Newtown Connecticut at Sandy Hook Elementary School will result in arrests and prosecutions of perpetrators of WHISTLEBLOWIN
Who is the real Bradley Manning: a fragile and unstable being, with suicidal tendencies, or a man of conscience, aware of his actions and determined to make his mark in the world? Defense attorneys and prosecutors drew competing portrayals of
Bradley Manning has won the Person of the Year 2012 contest conducted by The Guardian with a landslide 70 percent of the votes.
Ron Paul: "If Congress really is concerned about the human rights of prisoners, perhaps they might take a look at the terrible treatment of US Army Private Bradley Manning while incarcerated and awaiting trial...."
Germany’s largest bank might have failed to admit up to $12 billion of unrealized losses during the financial crisis, as stated in a complaint filed by three former Deutsche Bank employees to the US securities regulators. The complaint claims tha
The lawyer representing Bradley Manning, the US Army private accused of leaking classified information to the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, has issued a damning indictment of his client’s “criminal” treatment in solitary confinement.
Over the past two and a half years, all of which he has spent in a military prison, much has been said about Bradley Manning, but nothing has been heard from him.
A military judge in Maryland has accepted the terms under which alleged WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning has proposed to plead guilty.
Erin Burnett of CNN put Julian Assange “Out Front” for an 11-minute interview Nov. 28, and the shouting match that concluded the segment had very little to do with the subject of the interview.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says all the necessary physical infrastructure for absolute totalitarianism through the internet is ready. He told RT that the question now is whether the turnkey process that already started will go all the way.
Manning takes stand at pre-trial hearing and speaks at length about his treatment by the military following his arrest in 2010
At Quantico, he said, he was isolated in a 6-by-8-foot cell, monitored constantly by guards and awakened periodically during the night. He called the intake process when he first arrived at Quantico “a shark-attack environment.”
A former TSA supervisor has been told he’s under federal investigation for blowing the whistle on security lapses at the Nashville International Airport in Tennessee.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is suffering from a chronic lung ailment that could worsen at any time and is being checked regularly by doctors, the Andean country's ambassador to Britain said on Wednesday.
Sen. Joe Lieberman and Rep. Peter King muscled US corporations to isolate WikiLeaks
An Army private charged in the biggest security breach in U.S. history is trying to avoid trial by claiming he was already punished enough when he was locked up alone in a small cell and forced to sleep naked for several nights.
A block on processing donations for WikiLeaks by Visa Europe and other credit card companies is unlikely to have violated EU anti-trust rules, the European Commission said on Tuesday. DataCell, a company that collected donations for WikiLeaks, co
If the government prosecutors agree to the offer, they will reduce the charges in exchange.
Bradley Manning, the Army soldier accused of leaking more than a half million confidential U.S. documents to whistleblower website WikiLeaks, has offered to plead guilty to some charges during his ongoing pre-trial hearing.
Saudi Arabia's most famous dissident is quietly starting a revolution in the Twittersphere.
Apple's co-founder fears that freedom of information is under attack, with the internet controlled and regulated in unnecessary and harmful ways.
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