Wikileaks

Ola Bini, Privacy Activist And Julian Assange Friend, Speaks Out After Release From Ecuadorian Jail

Last week, an Ecuadorian judge ordered the release of Swedish programmer and data privacy activist Ola Bini, who spent more than two months in jail without charge. Bini is a friend of WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange. He was arrested in Quito on the...
Related topics: Activism, Julian Assange

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Mueller Report. Russia Interfered In 2016 Election. Wikileaks Helped.

The Mueller Report is quite clear that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election by using “information warfare” in social media designed to create chaos and confusion and by stealing Democratic Party documents and giving them...
Related topics: Russia, Social Media

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‘she Might Win’: Manning’s Daily Fines Could Become Target Of Judicial Oversight

Whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s freedom remains in limbo after a May 16 court order found her in contempt of a grand jury for her refusal to testify about WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange. As of June 15, Manning now also has to pay a series of...
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U.s. Continues Battle Against Ex-cia Software Engineer Tied To Wikileaks

Joshua Adam Schulte was indicted on 13 counts in 2018, including the illegal transmission of lawfully possessed national defense information as well as three charges related to child pornography
Related topics: CIA

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'better Chance Of Being Acquitted In Saudi Arabia Than In Us' – Assange Associate

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange refuted during a court hearing on Friday all of the United States' accusations against him and protested against his possible extradition to the country. Randy Credico, a long-term associate of the WikiLeaks founder,...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Julian Assange, Protests

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Julian Assange Denies Breaking Pentagon Passwords But Faces Us Extradition Hearing In February 2020

A request by the US to extradite Julian Assange has been signed by the Home Secretary Sajid Javid. Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is wanted by the US for leaking diplomatic cables which caused huge embarrassment to Washington in 2010.
Related topics: Julian Assange, Pentagon

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Uk Home Secretary Signs Request For Assange's Extradition To Us

The whistleblower and WikiLeaks founder is currently serving a 50 week sentence in a London jail for violating his bail conditions in 2012, when he took refuge inside the Ecuadorian Embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden on sexual assault charges...
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, Sweden

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Mexican Press Club Calls For Joint Action To Protect Wikileaks Founder Assange

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Celeste Saenz de Miera, the head of the Mexican Press Club, has called for joint action to protect WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is awaiting a hearing on his extradition to the United States in a UK prison.
Related topics: Julian Assange, Mexico, United Kingdom

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Russia-connected Security Expert Sought By Senate Committee May Have Link To Oligarch Who Met Trump...

On July 22, 2016, the same day that Wikileaks began publishing thousands of emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee by Russian hackers, a shadowy British-Israeli security consultant named Walter Tzvi Soriano opened a real estate...
Related topics: Russia, Hackers

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Chelsea Manning Has Better Grasp Of Grand Jury Than Federal Judge Who Jailed Her

When Judge Anthony Trenga sent Chelsea Manning back to jail, he urged her to reflect on her principled opposition to testifying before the grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. Manning took Trenga’s admonishment seriously and wrote a letter to...

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‘no One Is Above The Law’ (except The U.s.a.)

Julian Assange’s Australian lawyer and a European human rights lawyer argue that the conduct of the U.S. regarding the WikiLeaks publisher blatantly disregards numerous laws. By Greg Barns and Lisanne Adam Special to Consortium News On 11...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Human Rights

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How A Murky Espionage Act Could Complicate Prosecution Of Assange

The curtain rose on Act 1, Scene 2 in the Julian Assange drama on May 23, when the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed a sweeping 18-count superseding indictment against the WikiLeaks founder that includes alleged violations of the Espionage...
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Trust The Plan... Why Would Someone Trust "qanon" Over Julian Assange?

On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan analyze how the QAnon craziness has impacted our political climate and why it has taken attention away from important revelations made by Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. Are QAnon...
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Chelsea Manning Asks Judge To Be Released From Virginia Jail

The former Army intelligence analyst was detained again for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks.

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Un Expert Criticizes States For ‘ganging Up’ On Wikileaks’ Assange; Warns Against...

After visiting Julian Assange in a London prison, an independent UN human rights expert expressed urgent concern on Friday, for the Wikileaks co-founder’s well-being, accusing “a group of democratic States” of “ganging up” on the prisoner...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Human Rights, United Kingdom, London

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London Court To Hold Second Hearing On Julian Assange On Thursday

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The second procedural hearing on the case of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange case will take place in London on Thursday.
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, Julian Assange, Russia, Moscow

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Mueller Accuses Russia And Wikileaks Of Working Together: Email Releases Were “designed And...

On Wednesday morning Robert Mueller once again accused Wikileaks of working together with Russia to damage the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016. During the 2016 election Wikileaks released emails from the Hillary Campaign that revealed what the...
Related topics: Russia, Hillary Clinton

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Nadler Threatens Impeachment After Mueller Remarks: Time For Congress To “respond To Trump...

Robert Mueller made a statement this morning at 11 AM Eastern. It was Mueller’s first public statement in two years. Mueller blames the Russians for influencing the elections. Mueller accused Russia of working with Wikileaks to damage the...
Related topics: Russia

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Julian Assange Now In Hospital Wing Of British Prison, In Such Bad Shape That He Can’t Conduct...

The health of imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has deteriorated so drastically that his lawyer stated that it is not possible to conduct a normal conversation with him. Swedish outlet Upsala Nya Tidning, reports that Assange is so ill...
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Double Standards Endanger Press Freedom

The day after the federal government indicted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on 18 charges related to his publication of secret Pentagon and State Department documents, San Francisco's police chief apologized for raiding the home of freelance...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Pentagon, Police

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