A former CIA analyst-turned-whistleblower says that an extradited Julian Assange would have no chance of a fair trial in front of a federal judge who "reserves every national security case for herself."
And there it is. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been charged by the Trump administration's Justice Department with 17 counts of violating the Espionage Act, carrying a maximum sentence of 175 years in prison. Exactly as Assange and his defend
BATTLE OVER ASSANGE'S COMPUTER: U.S. COULD PLANT FALSE EVIDENCE ON SCRUBBED COMPUTER
The US Department of Justice charged Julian Assange with 18 crimes, claiming that he violated the Espionage Act by soliciting information through posting a list of "Most Wanted Leaks," which included classified material. The DOJ asserts that Assa
Update: In my explanation today of Assange's case, I noted corruption in the British court's ruling. Former British Ambassador Craig Murray indentifies the corrupt act committed by the British judge, Lord Phillips. The ambassador's explanatio
The rule of law has given way to law as a weapon in the hands of government
In the midst of an interesting and wide-ranging discussion on the Joe Rogan Experience, Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said that if elected president she would drop all charges against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowd
Police raided the home and office of a freelance journalist Friday morning.
Another source that provided government secrets to The Intercept has been uncovered and indicted by the U.S. government.
The founder of Cryptome.org and veteran publisher of suppressed documents joins us to discuss what can be learned from the Wikileaks phenomenon, including the ways that information leaks can themselves be manipulated. We also discuss corporate compli
A 31-year-old Tennessee man was arrested on Thursday over allegations that he illegally obtained and then leaked classified national defense information to a reporter, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Federal law only allows continued detention if there's a chance detention will force her to testify
There is great evil being perpetrated by Washington D.C. here and around the world.
Julian Assange had his first day in court on Thursday in his fight against extradition to the United States in an historic press freedom case that could have a profound impact on the future of journalism.
May still be extradited to Sweden or US for more charges