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  • Report: Witness Prepared to Identify Two Killers of Seth Rich

    07/09/2018 11:44:06 AM PDT · by Meet the New Boss · 131 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 9 July 2018 | Alicia Powe
    Disclaimer: This shocking information was given to The Gateway Pundit this weekend. We decided to report this news and will post an update following Tuesday’s press conference. The Washington, D.C. lobbyist who has been on the hunt for Seth Rich’s killer found a “credible” witness who will identify the two men he believes murdered the DNC staffer. Jack Burkman, a Washington-based attorney and lobbyist who has worked with a private investigative team to solve the Seth Rich murder mystery, told The Gateway Pundit that the witness has conclusive evidence that will bring Rich’s killers to justice within a month. “We...
  • There is a Russian Scandal. But It's Hillary's Scandal.

    03/07/2017 11:48:38 PM PST · by Brad from Tennessee · 18 replies
    Townhall ^ | March 8, 2017 | By Wayne Allyn Root
    The entire “Trump Russian scandal” narrative is complete utter nonsense. Democrats are so desperate to stop Trump, they’re clinging to a Saturday Night Live comedy skit- with the full cooperation of their liberal lackeys in the mainstream media. They’ve just made a YUGE mistake. And it’s all going to blow up in their face. There is a "Russian influence scandal." It just has nothing to do with President Trump. It belongs to Hilary and the Democrats. First, a few Trump aides had conversations with the Russian ambassador, or Russian officials. Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a U.S. Senator at...
  • A 'Worst Nightmare' Cyberattack: The Untold Story Of The SolarWinds Hack

    04/17/2021 5:22:59 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 23 replies
    NPR ^ | April 16, 2021 10:05 AM ET | Dina Temple- Raston
    "This release includes bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements." The routine software update may be one of the most familiar and least understood parts of our digital lives. A pop-up window announces its arrival and all that is required of us is to plug everything in before bed. The next morning, rather like the shoemaker and the elves, our software is magically transformed. Last spring, a Texas-based company called SolarWinds made one such software update available to its customers. It was supposed to provide the regular fare — bug fixes, performance enhancements — to the company's popular network management...
  • Snowden Didn’t “Flee to Russia”: Obama Trapped Him There

    10/01/2022 9:19:46 PM PDT · by george76 · 36 replies
    Nation and State ^ | OCT 01, 2022 | Brian McGlinchey
    When Russian President Vladimir Putin granted citizenship to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday, the news revived a long-simmering debate about the propriety of his revelations of U.S. government secrets. At the same time, it prompted reiterations of a widely-embraced falsehood: that Snowden “fled to Russia.” That disinformation-trafficking wasn’t limited to random people on social media. Among others, The New York Times, The Guardian, ABC, Christian Science Monitor and Canada’s CBC all asserted in the past week that Snowden “fled to Russia” in 2013 after revealing that the United States government had created a mass surveillance regime targeting its own...
  • Edward Snowden Didn't "Flee to Russia": Obama Trapped Him There

    10/01/2022 10:50:39 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 36 replies
    Stark Realities ^ | 10/01/2022 | Brian McGlinchey
    When Russian President Vladimir Putin granted citizenship to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday, the news revived a long-simmering debate about the propriety of his revelations of U.S. government secrets. At the same time, it prompted reiterations of a widely-embraced falsehood: that Snowden “fled to Russia.”The disinformation-trafficking wasn’t limited to random people on social media. Among others, The New York Times, The Guardian, ABC, Christian Science Monitor and Canada’s CBC all asserted in the past week that Snowden “fled to Russia” in 2013 after revealing that the United States government had created a mass surveillance regime targeting its own citizens,...
  • Former CIA engineer convicted in WikiLeaks espionage case

    07/14/2022 7:47:28 AM PDT · by aspasia · 15 replies
    Reuters ^ | July 13, 2022 | Jonathan Stempel
    NEW YORK, July 13 (Reuters) - A former CIA software engineer was convicted on Wednesday of leaking classified information to WikiLeaks from the spy agency, in one of the biggest such thefts in CIA history.
  • Police arrest 92-year-old grandfather for participating in Julian Assange's defense rally

    06/20/2022 8:31:49 AM PDT · by sushiman · 6 replies
    Youtube ^ | 6/20/22 | Djuki San
    The video was shot at a rally in London. The day before, Great Britain decided that the United States would extradite WikiLeaks founder
  • Mike Pompeo summoned by court to explain alleged US government plot to assassinate Julian Assange, say Spanish media reports

    06/05/2022 12:06:39 PM PDT · by RandFan · 32 replies
    Business Insider ^ | Jun 4, 202| | Alia Shoaib
    Mike Pompeo, former Secretary of State under President Donald Trump, has been summoned by a Spanish court to explain an alleged US government plot to assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to ABC Spain. The alleged plot was first revealed by Yahoo News in September, which reported that senior CIA and Trump administration officials discussed possibly kidnapping or killing Assange after being angered by Wikileaks' publication of sensitive CIA hacking tools. The discussions took place "at the highest levels" of the Trump administration, a former senior counterintelligence official told the outlet, with officials even requesting "sketches" or "options" for how...
  • Russian oligarch who met with Hunter Biden sanctioned by UK — but not US

    04/29/2022 5:45:05 PM PDT · by marcusmaximus · 13 replies
    NY Post ^ | 4/29/2022 | Bruce Golding
    Hunter Biden once met with a controversial Russian oligarch who’s been sanctioned by the UK over the deadly invasion of Ukraine — but hasn’t faced any punishment from the US. An itinerary for a three-day visit to the US by billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov shows a breakfast scheduled with President Biden’s son at the swank Ritz-Carlton hotel near Central Park from 9 to 10 a.m. on March 14, 2012, investigative journalist Vicky Ward revealed on her Substack account Wednesday. -snip- Online reports, including one cited in a secret US government cable posted online by Wikileaks, have said he is married to...
  • The Neoliberal War on Dissent in the West

    02/21/2022 12:21:22 PM PST · by george76 · 18 replies
    Glenn Greenwald ^ | 2/21/2022 | Glenn Greenwald
    Those who most flamboyantly proclaim that they are fighting fascists continue to embrace and wield the defining weapons of despotism. When it comes to distant and adversarial countries, we are taught to recognize tyranny through the use of telltale tactics of repression. Dissent from orthodoxies is censored. Protests against the state are outlawed. Dissenters are harshly punished with no due process. Long prison terms are doled out for political transgressions rather than crimes of violence. Journalists are treated as criminals and spies. Opposition to the policies of political leaders are recast as crimes against the state. When a government that...
  • DOJ Russian Indictments; BITCOIN; GUCCIFER 2.0; FUSION GPS: Imran Awan; and Servers.

    07/18/2018 5:30:39 AM PDT · by Yosemitest · 21 replies
    Many Sources | July 18, 20148
    This is a summary from many sources, the first of which is the full text of Robert Mueller III's Inditement of July 13, 2018. (I won't quote that Inditement here, but you should take the time to read it, so as to get an understanding of the transcript below.) Most important is HOW those 12 Russian Agents were identified, and how that evidence was obtained. Also in question is, "Does the United States actually have the ability to track all of this evidence; or is it just built upon fiction and is unprovable ?" And IF the evidence is...
  • U.S. stonewalls probe into security firm that allegedly spied on Assange for CIA, says Spanish judge

    11/26/2021 11:05:30 PM PST · by blueplum · 8 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 26 November 2021 | Michael Isikoff
    MADRID — The Justice Department has failed to respond to multiple requests from Spanish authorities for help in an investigation into a local security firm suspected of being used by the CIA to conduct aggressive — and potentially illegal — surveillance of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. “I am not so pleased about it,” said Santiago Pedraz, the investigating judge in charge of the case, in an exclusive interview with Yahoo News, when asked about the failure of officials in Washington so far to cooperate with his probe. “They have absolutely not answered anything.”... ...Since June of last year, Spanish judges...
  • U.S. DOJ Wins Court Case Seeking Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Extradition

    12/10/2021 8:45:04 PM PST · by Bratch · 7 replies
    The Last Refuge ^ | December 12, 2021 | sundance
    U.S. DOJ Wins Court Case Seeking Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange ExtraditionDecember 10, 2021 | Sundance | 64 CommentsThe United States government (specifically the Fourth Branch) has won an appellate level legal case in the U.K. as they seek to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for crimes against U.S. national security interests.However, Assange’s lawyers have a few more avenues left to block the extradition.As much as I would like to see a Julian Assange trial reveal all of the corruption inside the dark parts of the U.S. political and intelligence system, I can also see how our government would have a...
  • UK High Court rules Julian Assange can face extradition to USA

    12/10/2021 8:38:37 AM PST · by Tench_Coxe · 15 replies
    A British appellate court opened the door Friday for Julian Assange to be extradited to the United States by overturning a lower court’s decision that the WikiLeaks founder’s mental health was too fragile to withstand the American criminal justice system. (Snip) U.S. authorities have told British judges that if Assange is extradited for prosecution, he would be eligible to serve any U.S. prison sentence he receives in his native Australia. The authorities also said he wouldn’t be held at the supermax penitentiary in Colorado, the highest-security prison in the United States.
  • BREAKING: U.S. government WINS appeal against decision not to extradite Julian Assange

    12/10/2021 2:21:21 AM PST · by RandFan · 31 replies
    twitter ^ | Dec 10 | James Doleman
    @jamesdoleman New,: The US government has won it's appeal over the decision of the UK courts not to extradite Julian #Assange on charges of espionage. More to follow.
  • The Fourth Branch of U.S. Government Targeted Julian Assange For Kidnapping or Assassination in 2017, A Transparently Obvious Motive Being Overlooked

    10/11/2021 7:17:05 PM PDT · by White Lives Matter · 7 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | October 11, 2021 | Sundance
    On September 26, 2021, Yahoo News published an extensive article about the CIA targeting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2017 and the extreme conversations that were taking place at the highest levels of the U.S. government about how to control him. There is a much bigger story transparently obvious when overlapped with CTH research files on the Intelligence Branch of government; specifically the motive missed by Yahoo News for the stunning activity they outline. What I am going to outline below, is a deep dive using the resources and timeline from within that article and the specific details we have...
  • Key Witness for Prosecution in Case Against Assange Arrested in Iceland

    10/08/2021 7:47:40 AM PDT · by sockmonkey · 5 replies
    Sputnik ^ | Thursday, October 7, 2021 | Staff
    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - One of the key witnesses for the prosecution in the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Icelandic national Sigurdur Thordarson, was arrested in his home country over sexual misconduct involving minors, the local Stundin newspaper reported, citing his lawyer. On September 24, Thordarson, who has been charged with sex crimes against minors, was sent to Litla Hraun, the most secure prison in Iceland, the media said. Thordarson's lawyer, Hunbogi Andersen, confirmed the arrest. In 2019, the US Justice Department announced new accusations against Assange, and a former FBI informer, Thordarson, was presented as the main witness. The...
  • Is it OK to use stolen data? What if it's scientific research in the public interest?

    09/20/2021 3:17:38 PM PDT · by algore · 5 replies
    There's a fine line between getting hold of data that may be in the public interest and downright stealing data just because you can. And simply because the data is out there – having been stolen by online intruders and then leaked – does not mean it is right to use it. A paper published in Nature Machine Intelligence this week is an effort to help guide data scientists and researchers through the ethical dilemmas which present themselves when considering using information obtained from data breaches. To kick off, Marcello Ienca, a research fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of...
  • <SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 14pt"><STRONG>ALL JULIAN ASSANGE'S FILES_RELEASED ON LINE MIND BLOWING: WANT TO SEE DC'S ,DIRTY LAUNDRY!

    08/22/2021 5:24:57 PM PDT · by VideoDoctor · 30 replies
    Wikileaks ^ | Unknown | Julian Assange
    ALL JULIAN ASSANGE'S FILES_RELEASED ON LINE MIND BLOWING: WANT TO SEE DC'S ,DIRTY LAUNDRY! These are Clinton’s emails: , McCain's being guilty, Vegas shooting done by an FBI sniper, Steve Jobs HIV letter, Pedo 's, Afghanistan, Syria, Iran--WHO pandemic. Do NOT let the time/date stamps on the files throw you.https://file.wikileaks.org/file/
  • Breaking: US government wins appeal to challenge psychiatric evidence in the Julian Assange extradition case.

    08/11/2021 6:35:28 AM PDT · by RandFan · 9 replies
    twitter ^ | Aug 10 | James Doleman
    @jamesdoleman Breaking: US government wins appeal to challenge psychiatric evidence in the Julian Assange extradition case. More to follow