PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Brian Eno, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Laibach are among the artists on board for a global event in support of Julian Assange. The events will take place on June 19, marking four years since Assange—the Wikileaks founder,...Show More Summary
Attorney General Jeff Session is reportedly prepping to throw the book at Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for allegedly aiding Edward Snowden in disclosing a trove of classified documents. Until now, bringing charges against Wikileaks...Show More Summary
Donald Trump no longer loves WikiLeaks. In fact, the president so expressively does not love with the organization that he endorsed the idea of arresting founder Julian Assange on Friday. Which is weird because the man literally announced, “I love WikiLeaks” at a rally in October. Trump now swears the world… Read more...
Trump’s Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo struck a nerve with social media users, pundits, and journalists from all areas of the political spectrum after he stated that Julian Assange, editor of WikiLeaks, has no First Amendment protection because he’s not a U.S. Show More Summary
U.S. prosecutors target the Wikileaks founder for releasing hacked CIA secrets
On June 19, 2017, a diverse group of intellectuals, activists, artists, and other luminaries will speak in support of Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange, at coinciding events all over the world under the banner “First They Came For Assange.”...Show More Summary
It looks like Julian Assange may be arrested and brought to the US for trial for espionage. And while Malcolm Nance understands that, he also thinks the Trump administration has some surprises coming to them. JOY REID: Malcolm, you had CBS on Thursday FBI launching a manhunt for the leaker who gave top secret documents to WikiLeaks. Show More Summary
Following an announcement from President Donald Trump’s Justice Department that there are plans to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, the information dissemination group trolled the president by posting a video reminding him that he used to be one of their biggest fans. During the...
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has all but dared U.S. officials to come after him
The arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a US "priority," Attorney General Jeff Sessions said, as media reports indicated his office was preparing charges against the fugitive anti-hero. "We are going to step up our effort and...Show More Summary
The Trump administration won’t rule out punishing media outlets besides the anti-secrecy group. Glenn Greenwald breaks down the potential impact of this action on First Amendment rights.
In light of new political developments, documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras will update Risk, her film about Julian Assange, ahead of its May 5 release. Poitras has canceled a Monday press screening in New York City for the documentary, according to IndieWire, to include U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s comments calling ... More »
U.S. authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, U.S. officials familiar with the matter tell CNN. The Justice Department investigation of Assange and WikiLeaks dates to at least 2010, when the site first gained wide attention for posting thousands of files stolen by the former U.S. Show More Summary
"It's time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia" - CIA Director Mike Pompeo The post Julian Assange’s Arrest, ‘A Priority’ – Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
The Guardian reports: The arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is now a “priority” for the US, the attorney general, Jeff Sessions, has said. Hours later it was reported by CNN that authorities have prepared charges against Assange, who is currently holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Show More Summary
Jeff Sessions wants to arrest Julian Assange. That's good, we think! But on the other hand...
Trump breaks up with Julian Assange, Alex Jones's custody battle got WHOO BOY NASTY, and Jason Chaffetz wants you to know his pooper is sparkling clean! Your morning news brief!
The Trump administration will seek charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to CNN. "Obama may have gone after a bunch of whistleblowers, but he was unwilling to cross the First Amendment line by punishing those who published leaked documents. Show More Summary
A fake news item appeared to report that Wikileaks' founder was kidnapped from the Ecuadorean embassy in London and his body was dumped in an alley.
The Justice Department has long viewed Julian Assange as a menace, but it might soon officially view him as a criminal. Federal prosecutors are preparing criminal charges against the WikiLeaks founder in order to seek his arrest, reports CNN. The possibilities range from the most serious one of espionage to...