Wiki Leaks

Bin Laden’s Body Taken To US: Statfor By The Journal

INTERNAL EMAILS in a major global intelligence firm, published by WikiLeaks, suggest that Osama bin Laden’s body may have been brought to America after he was killed by US Navy Seals. The emails, from the intelligence firm Stratfor which offered services to major international corporations, are being published by the whistleblowing site having been obtained in an attack on Stratfor’s …

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In The Assange Case We Are All Suspects Now By John Pilger

Washington's enemy is not "terrorism" but the principle of free speech and voices of conscience within its militarist state.    This month's Supreme Court hearing in the Julian Assange case has profound meaning for the preservation of basic freedoms in western democracies. This is Assange's final appeal against his extradition to Sweden to face allegations of sexual misconduct that were …

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massive archive of unredacted US diplomatic cables is circulating freely on the web

US officials denied at the time that anything inappropriate had occurred. [Apparently, it's APPROPRIATE to shoot a 5-month-old infant in the head, US tax dollars at work. And, btw: Some US troops really ARE 'baby killers,' aren't they? –LRP] 01 Sep 2011 A cable in the latest tranche of documents released suggests US troops executed 10 Iraqi civilians, including an elderly …

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Any Respect For International Law Left In The US Congress? By Franklin Lamb

Beirut: This week marks the second anniversary of among the most savage criminal slaughters of human life in long memory. The 522 hour indiscriminate carnage, “Cast Lead”  that killed 1,417 Palestinians, mostly civilians, 352 of them children, injuring for life more than 5,300 , indicts  Israel as well as those countries that continue to supply it weapons, diplomatic cover and to …

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Julian Assange granted bail over sex crime allegations in Sweden

Founder of WikiLeaks granted £240,000 bail at Westminster magistrates court after celebrities stand sureties By Mark Tran A British court today granted bail with strict conditions to Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks website, who faces allegations of rape in Sweden. Assange's lawyer, Geoffrey Robertson, asked the City of Westminster magistrates court in London for bail on five conditions: £200,000 …

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