Wednesday, December 5, 2012


  • Ex-brig supervisor at Quantico denies mocking Manning's homosexuality during ...

    FORT MEADE, Md. - A former supervisor of the Marine Corps brig that housed an Army private charged with sending U.S. secrets to the WikiLeaks website denied Wednesday that he was making light of Pfc. Bradley Manning's homosexuality when he ...

  • Bradley Manning Lawyer Charges Obama With Hypocrisy Over Whistleblower ...

    I don't know the answer to that question." Manning, 24, is the Army private who allegedly gave WikiLeaks thousands of classified diplomatic cables about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, along with videos of two deadly airstrikes that killed non-combatants.

  • Assange-WikiLeaks Crypto Arms Call Triple Cross

    Assange and WikiLeaks, like cypherpunks, invokes open-closed cryptographic duplicity as his personal behavior and as the policy of the WikiLeaks initiative. Concealing, obscuring and diverting his personal affairs while seeking publicity, and ...

  • Army GI testifies at WikiLeaks hearing: 'I just thought I was going to die in ...

    Earlier Thursday, a military judge accepted the terms under which Manning was willing to plead guilty to eight charges for sending classified documents to the WikiLeaks website. Col. Denise Lind's ruling doesn't mean the pleas have been formally accepted.

  • Assange will go to Sweden: diplomats

    AUSTRALIAN government officials believe that WikiLeaks is ''broken'' and that Julian Assange has no alternative other than to surrender for extradition to Sweden to face sexual assault allegations.

  • Manning WikiLeaks Trial Pushed Back To March

    The trial of an Army private charged with sending U.S. secrets to the website WikiLeaks is being pushed back from February to March.

  • Wikileaks' Julian Assange Suffering from Chronic Lung Condition

    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living at the Ecuadorian embassy in London for more than 5 months, is believed to be suffering from "a chronic lung condition.

  • WikiLeaks GI says he felt like he might die

    FORT MEADE, Md. -- Pfc. Bradley Manning, charged in the biggest security breach in U.S. history, testified yesterday that he felt like a doomed, caged animal after he was arrested in Baghdad for allegedly sending classified information to the secret ...

  • Wikileaks, Anonymous: "Media Instruments" Supportive of US-NATO Sponsored ...

    Throughout early 2011, the European liberal left were in a frenzy over the 'Arab Spring' uprisings that were sweeping across the region.

  • Mixed signals from European Union - Hrafnsson

    WikiLeaks number two and the official spokesperson for the WikiLeaks organization, Kristinn Hrafnsson spoke with the Voice of Russia regarding the recent ruling by the European Parliament regarding the extra-judicial economic blockade by US based ...

  • GNAA Tumblr Tantrum Is No WikiLeaks

    We in technology, as avid technology users, like to think of ourselves as a little enlightened. We are all part of a global community brought together through wireless signals, cable, and fiber backbone.

  • Wikileaks doc among Sundance premieres

    A documentary on Wikileaks from Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney is among those set to premiere at the Sundance Festival in January.

  • 'Stupid and criminal': Lawyer for Bradley Manning speaks out

    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. "Brad's ...

  • Army GI in WikiLeaks case takes stand at hearing

    Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, center, steps out of a security vehicle as he is escorted into a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md., Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, for a pretrial hearing.

  • WikiLeaks: Varied views of Manning self-harm risk

    Several former workers at a Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Va., say that an Army private charged with providing classified information to the secret-spilling WikiLeaks website was so withdrawn that they considered him at risk of hurting himself. The ...

  • Prosecutors to question Manning in WikiLeaks case

    FORT MEADE, Md. -- Military prosecutors planned to go face-to-face for the first time Friday with an Army private charged with sending hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks. Pfc. Bradley Manning was to appear on the witness stand ...

  • WikiLeaks suspect's gender identity questioned, suicide watch dismissed

    US authorities were aware WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning faced a gender identity crisis but that did not trigger a decision to hold him under strict "suicide watch" measures at a military brig, a witness testified Sunday.

  • WikiLeaks reveals US, Israel lies on Iran

    A major theme of this year's US presidential election campaign was the threat to world peace allegedly posed by Iran's nuclear program.

  • WikiLeaks Founder Assange Dodges CNN Subterfuge

    During a televised interview Thursday, CNN host Erin Burnett—one of the network's star establishment bootlickers—tried to get Julian Assange to incriminate Bradley Manning, the accused WikiLeaks source whose detention conditions were investigated in ...

  • Assange defends WikiLeaks two years on

    WIKILEAKS founder Julian Assange has vowed to keep exposing secret documents and defended his controversial website, two years after it published a massive trove of sensitive US diplomatic cables.

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