SHOCKED, SHOCKED: WikiLeaks exposes Democratic smear campaign against Jeff Sessions.
Back in November 2015, when the world (or at least parts of it) was trying to answer one simple question: where does ISIS get its money, we first provided the answer in "Meet The Man Who Funds ISIS: Bilal Erdogan, The Son Of Turkey's...Show More Summary
For months, 4chan and Reddit users have delved deep into the emails of John Podesta as they were released by Wikileaks and concluded that the emails contained coded language about a secret child-trafficking ring operating out of Comet Ping Pong, a Washington DC pizzeria—a ring ran by Podesta and former presidential… Read more...
The “Pizzagate” pedophile scandal has captured the imagination of people across the world. In summary, Pizzagate arose when WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange released emails hacked from Clinton’s campaign chief, John Podesta. Those emails contained some references to food that were totally out of context with the message. Show More Summary
Pyramids and WikiLeaks. The New Yorker, Dec. 12, 2016.
Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison pretends to be "more of a Zionist than Herzl, Ben-Gurion and Begin combined," but if you go back to his record, "he is clearly an anti-Semite, an anti-Israel individual." Haim Saban smears the DNC chair candidate at a fancy Washington dinner.
For weeks, social media sites have been buzzing with tales about “Pizzagate.” For those not in the know Pizzagate exploded into a full blown “conspiracy theory” after WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, released the Podesta emails to the world. Show More Summary
Now that Wikileaks’s Julian Assange is done helping Donald Trump get elected, the accused rapist and alleged Russian collaborator is turning his attention towards one of the strongest remaining EU proponents, German chancellor Angela Merkel, with a new pile of leaked documents. How brave. Read more...
BERLIN (AP) — The speaker of the German Parliament is planning to approve a criminal investigation into the leak of confidential documents relating to U.S. intelligence activities in the country.
So what comes next in the “Pizzagate” scandal? For the past couple of weeks audiences across the world have been absorbed by the ongoing Pizzagate scandal. Pizzagate hit the headlines when WikiLeaks Julian Assange released a series of extremely strange emails that were hacked from John Podesta’s Gmail account. Show More Summary
There can be no doubt that recent events surrounding WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange go beyond bizarre. In early October Assange was largely cut off from the world when the Ecuadorian Embassy in London cut off his internet access. The Ecuadorian Embassy claimed that they took this action because they believed that Assange was interfering in... Show More Summary
Earlier this year, the UN-sanctioned Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) ruled that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was the victim of “arbitrary detention.” Further, the group contended that Assange has been “illegally deprived of his freedom and rights” since he sought asylum in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy in 2012, reports RT News. Show More Summary
A UN panel has rejected Britain's request to review a ruling that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being arbitrarily detained, according to a statement released late Wednesday in Geneva. Having initially issued its opinion in favour...Show More Summary
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have been hard at work and have just released 531,525 new cables from 1979, which trace the origins of ISIS and illustrate how the CIA and US foreign policies helped in forging their creation. On November 28, 2016, WikiLeaks released Carter Cables III, which coincides with the anniversary of their first... Show More Summary
I assume that I don’t need to spend a lot of time reminding readers of the following: The 2016 election was a breakout year for fake news, and much of that news aimed to delegitimize and demonize Hilary Clinton. Wikileaks not only supplied significant raw material for these efforts, but was also a vector of packaged disinformation on […]
From friendly fire to Scientology to 9/11 pager data, these are some of the craziest discoveries from the WikiLeaks scandal!
Chelsea Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who is serving a 35-year sentence for leaking diplomatic and military documents to WikiLeaks, has had a tough run: She’s already served more time behind bars than any other whistleblower...Show More Summary
Today Wikileaks published in searchable format more than 60 thousand emails from private intelligence firm HBGary. As Wikileaks reported on its website, "the publication today marks the early release of US political prisoner BarrettShow More Summary
Wikileaks has surfaced in the news again with its release of more than half a million US cables, some that date back to the late 1970’s. This leak was the follow up of the recent Julian Assange interview where he squashed rumors of his demise. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have to stay put at the Ecuador’s embassy in London – where he has been seeking refuge for over four years — for longer as there is no “quick way out,” an Ecuadorean prosecutor reportedly said. Assange, 45, is facing allegations of sexual assault in...