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26 Jun 2011

The WikiLeaks Palace Revolt

Daniel Domscheit-Berg was with the WikiLeaks organisation just over two years. He started visiting the WikiLeaks chatroom and made inquiries about volunteering in 2007 and was finally given 'menial' tasks towards the end of the year. He met up with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Berlin Conference Centre in the last week of 2007, first greeting him at the spiral staircase as he tells it in his book.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg was with the WikiLeaks organisation just over two years. He started visiting the WikiLeaks...

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26 May 2011

Bradley Manning One Year

Today marks the one year anniversary of the incarceration of Bradley Manning. Manning hasn't been charged, only tortured. Barack Obama is still trying to soften him up, hoping he'll crack under pressure and start babbling nonsense about his connections to WikiLeaks and Julian Assange so Obama can issue an Imperial Decree for the arrest of the world's most important publisher.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the incarceration of Bradley Manning. Manning hasn't been charged, only...

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2 Apr 2011

No Requirement of Proof in Swedish Sex Trials

Controversial solicitor Claes Borgstr m keeps telling everyone that 'victims' can't determine if they've been violated because they're not jurists. But most 'magistrates' sitting in the Swedish courts aren't jurists either - they're political appointees with no background in law.
Controversial solicitor Claes Borgstr m keeps telling everyone that 'victims' can't determine if they've been violated...

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28 Feb 2011

Flashback Stops Witch Trial of Assange

Perhaps the most curious thing in the entire coverage of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange are the recurring cries for transparency. What's WikiLeaks hiding? Why did he rape that woman? Op-ed page up and culture page down demanding WikiLeaks open up its guts and get Assange to sit quietly in the BBC studio when he's asked for the umpteenth time how many lovers he's had. People should be able to tolerate a little transparency!
Perhaps the most curious thing in the entire coverage of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange are the recurring cries for...

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