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Thursday, 31 August 2017



Trump's DNC WikiLeaks and Tribal Sovereignty
Those were among just a few collected quotes by Trump buried in the infamous Wikileaks DNC email hacks regarding Indian country. [It opens in a ...
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The New York Times' Blackwater Op-Ed Is a Disgrace
It was hard not to note that the op-ed appeared in a paper that reported extensively on the contents of the Wikileaks trove, in its War Logs series.
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In defense of Assange
This month marks the fifth anniversary of WikiLeak founder Julian Assange's refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. He has not left it since.
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A new smartphone: Worth it or not?
New documents from WikiLeaks, posted Thursday, March 23, 2017, point to an apparent CIA program to hack Apple’s iPhones and Mac ...
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Morning Report August 31, 2017
Word that the FBI was not willing to release its findings into the Hillary Clinton email scandal, due to concerns over public interest, caused WikiLeaks ...
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Editor Admits Front-Page Image Of Barcelona Terror Attack "CIA Warning" Is Not Original
Both Julian Assange and Wikileaks highlighted those errors on Thursday, labelling the document "highly suspect". In a radio interview on Thursday ...
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Exclusive: An Inside Look at Kim Dotcom's Bitcoin-Based Payments Platform
... in the demo Fortune was shown was the ability to distribute files to media organizations such as The New York Times and CNN—and Wikileaks.
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Creating a New Category of Enemy for America
The damage done by WikiLeaks to the United States is clear. ... first steps toward declaring WikiLeaks as a new, undefined type of enemy of America, ...
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YouTube Demonetization Blacklist Adds Rimworld Channel, Lazy Game Reviews, Ron Paul
This was first picked up by Julian Assange of Wikileaks fame, who tweeted out a list of Ron Paul's videos that are now all added to YouTube's blacklist ...
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Florida court concedes that DNC had a right to favor Clinton in Democratic primary
Filed in June 2016, the lawsuit was prompted by the WikiLeaks release of a trove of emails from top DNC officials that revealed a significant bias ...
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Senate intel may want to speak with Rohrabacher - KBZK.com | Continuous News | Bozeman ...
Dana Rohrabacher to talk about his meeting earlier in August with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, two congressional sources told CNN this week.
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Human Rights Attorney Amal Clooney to headline Watermark Conference for Women
Her clients have ranged from political prisoners and ousted heads of state to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the Republic of Armenia. She has ...
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Liberal Journalist: LGBT activist undermines arguments for transgenders in military
He “transmitted 750,000 secret military records and State Department cables to WikiLeaks in 2010” while also placing “an untold number of innocent ...
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Time to cure US paranoia about Chinese FDI
In 2010, MasterCard, VISA, PayPal, the Bank of America and Western Union, under US government order, blocked banking service for WikiLeaks after ...
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Did Obama pardon a terrorist and a traitor, as Katie Pavlich said?
Manning was an Army intelligence analyst convicted of leaking American military and diplomatic information through Wikileaks in 2010. Manning's ...
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Trump Invokes Chelsea Manning to Justify Arpaio Pardon
“President Obama commuted the sentence of Chelsea Manning, who leaked countless sensitive and classified documents to Wikileaks, perhaps, and ...
In defense of Assange
  Let’s Talk About It
This month marks the fifth anniversary of WikiLeak founder Julian Assange’s refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. He has not left it since. He was accorded asylum there by the Ecuadorian government, upon release from his voluntary surrender to British authorities, after Sweden sought to extradite him for prosecution on a charge of rape that had allegedly occurred in Stockholm in 2010.
According to the BBC, Mr. Assange — an Australian citizen — has always denied the allegations, and further contends that the case was politically motivated, as it was considerably delayed after the underlying incident (which he says was consensual), but followed hard on the heels of a major WikiLeaks disclosure of secret U.S. military reports. Indeed, a few months ago Sweden finally dropped the charges against him.

Yet still Ms. Assange cannot leave the Ecuadorian Embassy. Why? Largely because he fears extradition by the United States, especially in light of last spring’s attack on him by the director of the CIA.

This is a strange, sad “case”: an Australian citizen, fighting a questionable (and now abandoned) prosecution in Sweden, fearing to leave the embassy of Ecuador, in England, in light of threatened prosecution in the United States, for actions occurring outside this country.

Yet despite massive international press coverage, there has been little talk of jurisdictional limits, or ulterior motives. My husband, Valery Chalidze is a MacArthur Fellow for his work in international human rights. He shines a different light on the Assange matter, illuminating with the help of his own personal persecution at the hands of the Soviet regime. Following are the words of Mr. Chalidze, in defense of Mr. Assange:
“Assange, knight of disclosure as founder of WikiLeaks, serves our civilization even in his mishaps. He reminds us that a certain type of slander was and is easily accepted by people, and by countries. Who needs proof where sex is involved? I was there myself. In the last year of my human rights activity in Russia, Yuri Andropov — head of the Soviet secret police and future dictator — was looking for a way to jail me for violating a nonpolitical criminal article. Contrary to all the evidence, the KGB launched a rumor of homosexuality about me; in that place and time homosexuality was, literally, a crime punishable by imprisonment. When the rumor was spread, Andropov duly reported to the government: “Now Chalidze is compromised.” Luckily for me, instead of imprisoning me, the government opted merely to exile me to the West and revoke my Soviet citizenship. The head of the Swedish secret police knows better how to play the dirty diplomatic game, against an Australian social hero. … Perhaps it was silly of Assange to have sex in Sweden with no lawyer present, considering how many people are out to get him. Yet a United Nations working group has opined that Assange’s confinement amounts to arbitrary detention.

“Our civilization should be ashamed of itself over this case. I hope our own government has clean hands in this affair. Assange is not one of us and is not obliged to protect our secrets. We might symbolically slap him on his keyboard and express disapproval, but we should not dirty our hands participating in the centuries-old custom of screaming ‘gotcha’ and abandoning the presumption of innocence, when the shadow of sex falls across the light of openness.”

Lisa Chalidze is a lawyer in Rutland County, and serves as chairwoman of the Criminal Justice Division at the College of St. Joseph. The views expressed herein are her own.

source: http://www.rutlandherald.com/articles/in-defense-of-assange/