War Crimes And War Criminals
Wiki Leaks' undeniable truth challenges complacency | Arbiter Online WikiLeaks is good for the world and it is good for the United States of America.
The Justice Department weighs a criminal case against WikiLeaks IN AN INTERVIEW this year with the New Yorker, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange acknowledged that his practice of posting largely unfiltered classified information online could one day lead the Web site to have "blood on our hands."
The Weekend WikiLeaks Report
Former US envoy to the UN John Bolton said Monday that if Israel wants to prevent Iran from acquiring a working nuclear plant, then a military strike must be launched against the Bushehr nuclear power facility within the next eight days. The comments were made in an interview with the Fox Business Network. Russia, who is supplying the uranium fuel for the plant, announced last week that they will begin loading the Bushehr reactor on August 21. Bolton warned that once the Bushehr facility is operational it will be too late for a military air strike against Iran because such an attack would spread radiation and harm Iranian civilians. 'Israel has 8 days to strike Iran'
Israeli "War Crimes" Exposed After the 2008-2009 war in Gaza, Amnesty International (AI) and Human Rights Watch (HRW) issued reports documenting Israeli “war crimes.” Amnesty’s was titled “22 Days of Death and Destruction.”
Don't read, LISTEN to the interview: http://www.race-talk.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/NoamChomskyInterview.mp3 Chomsky about USrael's hypocrisy and war crimes.
WikiLeaks makes serious rent in government secrecy
WikiLeaks and the war in Afghanistan Last September, an assessment of the war in Afghanistan, by the American commander General Stanley McChrystal, was leaked to the press.
Wikileaks Makes Web-Hosting Arrangements with Swedish Pirate Party | Beth Callaghan | Voices | AllThingsD
Chalmers Johnson: The Guns of August: Lowering the Flag on the American Century Crossposted with TomDispatch.com.
575. Robert Naiman: The Death Toll Does Not Lie -- Afghanistan Is Obama's War
Blackwater’s Erik Prince Moves to Abu Dhabi
Simon Rogers, editor of the Guardian Datablog and Datastore, tells Journalism.co.uk about the process of making the vast WikiLeaks data archive accessible to readers Simon Rogers is editor of the Guardian Datablog and Datastore, an online data resource which publishes hundreds of raw datasets and encourages its users to visualise and analyse them. 'One hell of a spreadsheet': turning 90,000 rows of WikiLeaks data into a story
KABUL, 15 August 2010 (IRIN) - The rising number of civilian casualties and the leaking of thousands of confidential war papers by whistleblower website Wikileaks have prompted fresh calls to bring alleged war criminals in Afghanistan to book. Analysis: Probing war crimes in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks says it won't be threatened by Pentagon By Keith Moore, Associated Press Writer STOCKHOLM — WikiLeaks will publish its remaining 15,000 Afghan war documents within a month, despite warnings from the U.S. government, the organization's founder said Saturday. The Pentagon has said that secret information will be even more damaging to security and risk more lives than WikiLeaks' initial release of some 76,000 war documents. "This organization will not be threatened by the Pentagon or any other group," Julian Assange told reporters in Stockholm. "We proceed cautiously and safely with this material." In an interview with The Associated Press, he said that if U.S. defense officials want to be seen as promoting democracy then they "must protect what the United States' founders considered to be their central value, which is freedom of the press."
It's official: WikiLeaks and Sweden's Pirate Party ink a hosting deal - by Brian Fung
Wikileaks War Documents Raise Secrecy, Security Questions
Wikileaks' Afghanistan war logs: how our datajournalism operation worked | World news Wikileaks Afghanistan data: click image for the graphic. Illustration: Paul Scruton for the Guardian Well, we always wanted stories from data: now we've got it. In spades. With bells on.
Afghan Women Have Already Been Abandoned
Mosque Furor Endangers US Troops - NewsTrust.net Go to consortiumblog.com to post comments Order Now
Analysis: Probing war crimes in Afghanistan - AfricaNewsAnalysis Children suffer the most in conflict in Afghanistan/Photo: Akmal Dawi/IRIN
“WikiLeaks did what journalists should have done” « Nicholas John Mead
Interview: The 'Shadow Elite,' WikiLeaks, And Living In A 'Dangerous Era' - Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2010
Transcript of Interview With Ethan McCord of Wikileaks’ Collateral Murder Video by Cindy Sheehan
Clueless Commentators Think That It's Possible To Stop Wikileaks
Abraham R. Wagner: Secrets Exposion
ReliefWeb » Document » Analysis: Probing war crimes in Afghanistan
In Bold Display, Taliban Order Stoning Deaths
What Do Wikiality and Leaked Secrets Have in Common? - Wordtastic
Charging the WikiLeaks leaker with treason would be absurd. - By Fred Kaplan
WikiLeaks pledges to publish more war papers - World News, Frontpage
Can WikiLeaks Help Save Lives? by Ray McGovern
Is Wikileaks the New Abolitionist? (Video) | West Orlando News Online 2010® Central Florida News, Info, Sports
Whistleblowers get a refuge - Westport - Minuteman News Center
Global Guerrillas: GLOBAL GUERRILLA: Julian Assange
Sam Sasan Shoamanesh: Iran's Nuclear Crisis: Why ICC Ratification Could Help Ease Tensions and Avert War
Impeach Blair and Bush
Blair: Confessions of a former war leader - News, People
The day Tony Blair gave evidence to the Iraq war inquiry | TV 2M
War Criminal Blair Tries to Buy Redemption
Engelhardt, The War Mentality
Reform, repression in Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s Iran