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  • Leak City (Oliver North)

    07/29/2010 9:10:07 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 27 replies · 2+ views
    Creators Syndicate ^ | July 30, 2010 | Oliver North
    WASHINGTON — In most administrations, "leaks" of classified information precipitate presidential ire. Nearly all such unauthorized disclosures are the consequence of disgruntled government employees deciding that a "leak" is the best way to stop some activity they have decided should not continue. To justify their unlawful actions, they call themselves "secret whistle-blowers." The so-called "mainstream media" love them. Most American presidents do not. That's what makes the current commander in chief's reactions to a whole series of "leaks" so unusual. President Barack Obama doesn't seem to be concerned at all. President Ronald Reagan was infuriated by the publication and broadcast...
  • Newly released FBI documents reveal communication between Roger Stone, Julian Assange

    04/29/2020 7:12:16 PM PDT · by bitt · 4 replies ^ | 4/29/2020 | sophie mann
    The documents, which were FBI affidavits, were released following a lawsuit brought by several media outlets FBI documents made public Tuesday, show that Roger Stone, shortly after the Mueller Russia collusion investigation began, communicated to Julian Assange, telling the Wikileaks founder that he would step in if prosecutors came after Assange. “I will bring down the entire house of cards,” wrote Stone to Assange in a private Twitter message. “As a journalist it doesn’t matter where you get information only that it is accurate and authentic,” Stone told Assange in a message from the summer of 2017. “Between CIA and...
  • Tucker Carlson: Assange's real sin was preventing Hillary Clinton from becoming president

    04/12/2019 6:16:58 AM PDT · by workerbee · 27 replies
    Fox ^ | 4/12/19 | Tucker Carlson
    * * * SNIP * * * If you're upset about the theft of classified documents from the U.S. government -- and there is reason to be -- we already know who did that. A 22- year-old Army private named Bradley Manning, now called Chelsea Manning. In 2013, Manning pleaded guilty to stealing secret material and got 35 years in prison for it. Shortly after that, President Obama commuted Manning's sentence. This allowed Manning to leave jail decades early, go back on television as a commentator, and then run for political office. So if your real concern is America's national...
  • Federal judge orders Chelsea Manning's release from jail

    03/13/2020 5:53:50 AM PDT · by BBQToadRibs · 7 replies
    CNN ^ | March 12, 2020 | Katelyn Polantz, Veronica Stracqualursi and Mark Morales
    Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning will be released from jail after being held for 10 months because testimony she refused to give to a secret grand jury is no longer needed, a federal judge said on Thursday. Manning's release comes because "the business of (the grand jury) had concluded," Judge Anthony Trenga of the federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, wrote on Thursday. "The Court finds that Ms. Manning's appearance before the Grand Jury is no longer needed, in light of which her detention no longer serves any coercive purpose." Manning was fined $256,000 in fines for refusing to testify,...
  • So Chelsea Manning (Bradley) Attempted Suicide In Jail This Week

    03/12/2020 9:56:42 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 38 replies
    Hotair ^ | 03/12/2020 | Jazz Shaw
    The last time we checked in on Chelsea Manning, she had been in jail on contempt charges for nearly a year and was running up massive fines that the judge ruled would have to be paid. Manning also wasn’t being released without agreeing to testify before the grand jury investigating Julian Assange and the Wikileaks debacle. But now the story has reportedly taken a darker turn. Yesterday, Manning was transported to the hospital after allegedly attempting to commit suicide in her jail cell. (Fox News) Former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning tried to “take her own life” in a...
  • Lawyers: Chelsea Manning recovering after suicide attempt

    03/11/2020 5:33:31 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 88 replies
    The Hill ^ | March 11, 2020 | Zack Budryk
    Whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who is in federal custody in Alexandria, Va., is recovering after attempting to take her own life Wednesday, Manning’s legal team said in a statement. Andy Stepanian, a publicist for Manning, said Wednesday that Manning was hospitalized after the event and is currently recovering. “Ms. Manning is still scheduled to appear on Friday for a previously-calendared hearing, at which Judge Anthony Trenga will rule on a motion to terminate the civil contempt sanctions stemming from her May, 2019 refusal to give testimony before a grand jury investigating the publication of her 2010 disclosures,” Stepanian said in a...
  • Assange tried to call White House, Hillary Clinton over data dump, his lawyer says

    02/25/2020 8:40:55 AM PST · by yesthatjallen · 39 replies
    Reuters ^ | 02 25 2020 | Michael Holden
    Julian Assange tried to contact Hillary Clinton and the White House when he realized that unredacted U.S. diplomatic cables given to WikiLeaks were about to be dumped on the internet, his lawyer told his London extradition hearing on Tuesday. Assange is being sought by the United States on 18 counts of hacking U.S. government computers and an espionage offense, having allegedly conspired with Chelsea Manning, then a U.S. soldier known as Bradley Manning, to leak hundreds of thousands of secret documents by WikiLeaks almost a decade ago. On Monday, the lawyer representing the United States told the hearing that Assange,...
  • Bergdahl, Manning, Vindman: Heroes of the Progressive Socialist Left

    02/10/2020 8:59:36 AM PST · by jazusamo · 17 replies
    CNSNews ^ | February 10, 2020 | Allen West
    The progressive socialist left, along with their media accomplices, have gone into another apoplectic unhinged rage. I know, what else is new? This time it is all about the dismissal of one US Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. LTC Vindman has now risen to the dubious acclaim of being referred to as a hero. In the fall of 2018, here in Texas, there had to be an emergency session of the Texas State Board of Education because some leftists wanted to remove the term “heroic” from Texas state history curriculum in reference to the defenders of the Alamo. The left...
  • Manning faces deadline to testify or face daily fines

    06/15/2019 2:25:21 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 22 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | June 15, 2019 | Andrew Blake
    Chelsea Manning is slated to face daily fines for contempt of court due to a Saturday deadline for the jailed WikiLeaks source to start cooperating with federal investigators. Manning, a 31-year-old activist and former Army analyst, was found in civil contempt on May 16 for refusing to testify before a federal grand jury empaneled in Alexandria, Virginia, where the Department of Justice has for years helmed the government’s criminal investigation into the WikiLeaks website and its founder, Julian Assange. The second contempt ruling issued against her in nearly as many months, Manning was ordered jailed and given until this weekend...
  • U.S. NEWS WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

    05/24/2019 5:58:48 AM PDT · by Steve1999 · 41 replies
    NBC ^ | 23-05-19 | Ken Dilanian and Doha Madani
    The Department of Justice announced 17 new charges against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange on Thursday, including a virtually unprecedented move to charge him with publishing classified material — a move that could pose challenges to First Amendment protections. In a superseding indictment, a grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia, has accused Assange of breaking the law by inducing Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning to send him classified documents — and then publishing material that included the names of confidential sources who provided information to American diplomats. The 17 counts were tacked on to a single count accusing Assange of conspiring with Manning...
  • Chelsea (Bradley) Manning is jailed AGAIN after telling a judge she would 'rather STARVE to...

    05/16/2019 9:39:26 PM PDT · by Morgana · 13 replies
    DAILY MAIL UK ^ | May 16, 2019 | DM REPORTER
    FULL TITLE: Chelsea (Bradley) Manning is jailed AGAIN after telling a judge she would 'rather STARVE to death' than testify before a grand jury investigating Wikileaks Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning has been sent to jail - again - for refusing to testify to a grand jury. A judge on Thursday ordered Manning back to the Alexandria Detention Center until she agrees to testify to a grand jury investigating Wikileaks or until the grand jury term expires in 18 months. Manning, 31, has already served two months in jail but was released last week when that grand jury term...
  • Chelsea Manning will go back to jail after refusing to testify to grand jury probing Wikileaks

    05/16/2019 4:43:19 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 30 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 16, 2019 | Vandana Rambaran | Fox News
    Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning is headed back to jail for refusing to testify before a grand jury in the WikiLeaks probe. Manning served two months at William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center in Alexandria, Va. for a contempt charge regarding the same issue, but was released on Friday after the grand jury term expired. This time, a judge ordered Manning to the Alexandria Detention Center, where she can face up to 18 months in prison, the length of the grand jury term, unless she agrees to cooperate with the investigation sooner.
  • Chelsea Manning sprung from jail… but probably not for long

    05/10/2019 10:27:07 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 16 replies
    Hot ^ | May 10, 2019 | JAZZ SHAW
    After spending more than two months in a jail cell on contempt charges, convicted traitor Chelsea Manning was released yesterday. This was not a signal that she had finally decided to cooperate and answer questions before the grand jury. Nor was it an indication that one of her attorneys’ many motions to allow her to go free had been granted. It was just the fact that the grand jury had concluded their term and been dismissed. At that point, Manning could no longer be held in jail. (Gizmodo) Chelsea Manning was released today from the Virginia jail where she spent...
  • Chelsea Manning released from jail as WikiLeaks grand jury expires, risks returning next week

    05/09/2019 6:32:47 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 42 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 9, 2019 | Andrew Blake
    WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning was released from Virginia jail Thursday more than two months since being found in contempt for refusing to testify in front of a federal grand jury. Manning has been served with another subpoena to testify next week, however, and could be held again in contempt again and jailed accordingly, her legal team said in a statement. “Today marked the expiration of the term of the grand jury, and so, after 62 days of confinement, Chelsea was released from the Alexandria Detention Center earlier today,” her lawyers said late Thursday. “Unfortunately, even prior to her release, Chelsea...
  • Appeals court rejects Chelsea Manning appeal of contempt order

    04/22/2019 9:01:39 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 22 replies
    The Hill ^ | April 22, 2019 | Jacqueline Thomsen
    A federal appeals court has denied Chelsea Manning’s request to overturn an order finding her in contempt for refusing to testifying before a grand jury. The order, issued Monday, rejected Manning’s argument that a judge improperly denied her request to say whether she was illegally electronically surveilled after she was convicted in 2013 for leaking classified material to WikiLeaks. “Upon consideration of the memorandum briefs filed on appeal and the record of proceedings in the district court, the court finds no error in the district court’s rulings and affirms its finding of civil contempt,” the order reads. “The court also...
  • Hillary Clinton: Julian Assange must ‘answer for what he has done’

    04/13/2019 8:07:52 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 60 replies
    The New York Post ^ | April 11, 2019 | The Associated Press
    Newly arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange needs to “answer for what he has done,” Hillary Clinton said on Thursday. The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee and former secretary of state weighed in on Assange while at a speaking event with her husband, former President Bill Clinton. Assange was arrested earlier Thursday at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, and the US has charged him with conspiring with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government computer at the Pentagon. WikiLeaks’ publication of Democratic emails stolen by Russian intelligence officers during the 2016 election season hurt Clinton’s presidential campaign....
  • Hackers access FBI-affiliated websites to post personal info of agents and police officers

    04/13/2019 11:03:47 AM PDT · by detective · 16 replies
    American Thinker ^ | April 13, 2019 | Rick Moran
    The website Techcrunch has learned that hackers exploited a breach on several FBI-affiliated websites to acccess files containing the personal information of thousands of federal agents and police officers. The hackers breached three sites associated with the FBI National Academy Association, a coalition of different chapters across the U.S. promoting federal and law enforcement leadership and training located at the FBI training academy in Quantico, VA. The hackers exploited flaws on at least three of the organization’s chapter websites — which we’re not naming — and downloaded the contents of each web server. The hackers then put the data up...
  • A soldier is arrested for espionage, Army Times alludes to gay Wikileaker why? Is there more here?

    11/01/2011 12:55:59 PM PDT · by jmaroneps37 · 4 replies ^ | NOVEMBER 1ST, 2011 | Kevin “Coach” Collins
    BY COACH COLLINS, ON By Don’t look for this on the evening news, and don’t look for The Army Times to stay on this story. At 6:30 am last Friday FBI, Army Counterintelligence and Army Criminal Investigation agents arrested Spc. William Colton Millay, a 22 year old native of Owensboro Kentucky, and charged him with suspicion of committing espionage. Millay is being held without bail at the Alaska Dept. of Corrections Complex in Anchorage. :…known about Millay is sketchy. Available reports indicate the investigation which culminated in Millay’s arrest must have been going on for several months because when his...
  • Prosecution rests case against Manning

    12/20/2011 3:20:46 PM PST · by SmithL · 7 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 12/20/11 | DAVID DISHNEAU and PAULINE JELINEK, Associated Press
    FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) -- The prosecution has completed laying out its case against an Army intelligence analyst blamed for the biggest leak of U.S. classified information in American history. The government on Tuesday called a former hacker to testify. He told the military court that the depth of Pfc. Bradley Manning's confession in Internet chats compelled him to alert authorities. Shortly after Adrian Lamo's testimony, the government rested its case. Manning is accused of providing a massive trove of U.S. secrets to the WikiLeaks website. The hearing is to determine whether the 24-year-old from Oklahoma should be court-martialed. The...
  • Did Wikileaks pay Bradley Manning for information? (sure sounds like it)

    12/23/2011 6:08:23 AM PST · by Libloather · 1 replies
    CNN ^ | 12/22/11 | Charley Keyes
    Did Wikileaks pay Bradley Manning for information?By Charley Keyes, CNN Senior National Security Producer updated 3:51 PM EST, Thu December 22, 2011 WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Pfc. Bradley Manning allegedly suggested to someone at the Kansas military prison where he is being held that WikiLeaks paid for the hundreds of thousands of leaked documents, according to a legal document filed in the Article 32 proceedings for Manning. **SNIP** "PFC Manning allegedly responded with, 'I sold information to WikiLeaks,' " according to the defense document. "Shortly after this alleged statement, the guards realized that (name blacked out) should not have been in...