Edward Snowden (Part 1): “He Has Taken An Oath”

“He has taken an oath and these oaths mean something. If you can’t keep the oath, get out and then do something about it in a legal way.” – Senator Dianne Feinstein A long time ago, Senator Feinstein took an oath herself. An oath to the United States Constitution. Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong. […]

Bradley Manning’s case: death penalty for speaking the truth?

After being detained for over a year, Private First Class Bradley Manning is in pre-trial hearings in which the focus will be the harsh conditions the alleged Wikileaks whistleblower was subjected to while in military detention. RT’s Liz Wahl brings the latest update. Like us and/or follow us: http://twitter.com/RT_America http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica           […]

Ecuadorean officials invite Swedish authorities to London to interview Julian Assange

ShareThis Ecuadorean officials invite Swedish authorities to London to interview Julian Assange 26 Jul 2012 The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could yet avoid extradition for questioning over sexual assault allegations after Ecuadorean government officials invited the Swedish authorities to London, offering to host an interview there instead. Senior Ecuadorean government sources said today they have […]

WikiLeaks suspect wins battle over US documents

ShareThis WikiLeaks suspect wins battle over US documents 26 Jun 2012 A US military judge ordered prosecutors Monday to share more documents with WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning after defense lawyers accused them of hiding information that could help their client’s case. For months, Manning’s defense team has demanded access to reports by government agencies, including […]

Military court denies dismissal of WikiLeaks charges

ShareThis Military court denies dismissal of WikiLeaks charges 08 Jun 2012 A military judge refused on Friday to dismiss any of the 22 counts against an Army private charged in the biggest leak of government secrets in U.S. history. Col. Denise Lind also indicated she will postpone Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial, currently set to start […]

Bradley Manning defence gets report on WikiLeaks damage to US interests

ShareThis Bradley Manning defence gets report on WikiLeaks damage to US interests 06 Jun 2012 Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of being the source of the biggest leak of state secrets in American history, has won a partial victory in his battle to force the government to disclose vital information that could help his […]

Bradley Manning lawyer in struggle to have government documents released

ShareThis Bradley Manning lawyer in struggle to have government documents released 03 Jun 2012 The US government is in possession of 250,000 pages of documents relating to the transmission of state secrets to whistleblower website WikiLeaks, which it is refusing to disclose to defence lawyers representing the alleged source of the leaks, Bradley Manning. Manning’s […]

US denies Assange ‘secret warrant’

ShareThis US denies Assange ‘secret warrant’ 01 Jun 2012 The United States has denied it is secretly preparing legal action against Julian Assange as supporters of the WikiLeaks founder explore fresh legal moves to stop his extradition to Sweden to face questioning over rape allegations. The US ambassador to Australia, Jeffrey Bleich, yesterday rejected as […]

WikiLeaks Truck Owner Arrested For Photographing Cops; Image Deleted

ShareThis WikiLeaks Truck Owner Arrested For Photographing Cops; Image Deleted 26 Apr 2012 Metropolitan Transit Authority police arrested a man for photographing them at Penn Station in New York City this afternoon – deleting his photo – before releasing him from a jail cell an hour later. Clark Stoeckley was issued a summons charging him […]

Judge retains the biggest charge in WikiLeaks case

ShareThis Judge retains the biggest charge in WikiLeaks case 27 Apr 2012 A military judge refused on Thursday to dismiss the most serious charge against an Army private accused in the biggest leak of government secrets in U.S. history. Col. Denise Lind rejected a defense motion to throw out the charge of “aiding the enemy” […]