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Julian Assange: The CIA director is waging war on truth-tellers like WikiLeaks 26.4.2017 Washington Post
Julian Assange: The CIA director is waging war on truth-tellers like WikiLeaks
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WikiLeaks: 31-page 'alleged' code for CIA device that can use Smasung TVs to spy released 23.4.2017 DNA: Evolutions
This leak is the latest from among a series of leaks including those by Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden.
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US prosecutors weighing charges against WikiLeaks: Reports 21.4.2017 Zee News : World
Two media reports say US prosecutors are preparing or closely considering charges against the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, including its founder Julian Assange, for revealing sensitive government secrets.  
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Arrest of Assange a priority: US Attorney General 21.4.2017 TOI: Home
Prosecutors in recent weeks have been drafting a memo that looks at charges against Assange and members of WikiLeaks that possibly include conspiracy, theft of government property and violations of the Espionage Act.
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Reports: US prosecutors weighing charges against WikiLeaks 21.4.2017 Hindu: News
CIA Director Mike Pompeo last week denounced the group as a “hostile intelligence service” and a threat to U.S. national security. And Attorney General Jeff Sessions told reporters on Thursday that Mr. Assange’s arrest is a priority.
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U.S. prosecutors weighing charges against WikiLeaks, reports say 21.4.2017 LA Times: Commentary

U.S. prosecutors are preparing or closely considering charges against the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, including its founder Julian Assange, for revealing sensitive government secrets, two media reports say.

CNN reports that authorities are preparing to seek Assange's arrest.

The Washington Post...

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Reports: US prosecutors weighing charges against WikiLeaks 21.4.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two media reports say U.S. prosecutors are preparing or closely considering charges against the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, including its founder Julian Assange, for revealing sensitive government secrets. CNN reports that authorities are preparing to seek Assange’s arrest. The Washington Post reports prosecutors are weighing charges against the organization’s members after the Obama-era […]
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Justice Dept. debating charges against WikiLeaks members in revelations of diplomatic, CIA materials 21.4.2017 Washington Post
Prosecutors are examining the 2010 leak of cables and military documents, as well as the more recent revelation of CIA cyber-tools.
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WikiLeaks a 'non-state hostile intelligence service': CIA director 14.4.2017 New Kerala: World News
WikiLeaks a 'non-state hostile intelligence service': CIA director
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Prosecutor: Interview of Assange now translated from Spanish 15.3.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish prosecutors say a recent interview of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, at the center of an inquiry into a possible sex crime in Sweden in 2010, has now been translated from Spanish into Swedish. The Prosecution Authority said Wednesday it will now analyze the interview before deciding what further investigative steps might […]
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El Chapo meets his match: Brooklyn 25.1.2017 CNN: Top Stories
One of the world's most notorious drug kingpins and prolific prison escape artists, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was extradited to the United States last Thursday in what was undoubtedly a pre-Trump inauguration gift from Mexican authorities to the Obama administration. "El Chapo," as he is customarily known, was immediately brought to the federal courthouse in Brooklyn for his arraignment on a 17-count indictment for which he faces life in prison.
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Clemency for Chelsea Manning - but will Assange, Snowden find US merciful? 23.1.2017 All International Stories
Manning's lawyers argued she was motivated by a desire to expose reality of war to American people
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Famous US extradition cases 20.1.2017 CNN: Top Stories
The extradition of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States is the latest among famous US extradition cases. Here is a look at several.
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Clemency for Manning- Will Assange and Snowden have the same fate? 19.1.2017 Latest News
Chelsea manning will be released in May 2017 after serving 7 of her 35-year's imprisonment sentence
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Snowden, Ellsberg Issue Heartfelt Support for Almost-Free Chelsea Manning 18.1.2017 CommonDreams.org Headlines
Nadia Prupis, staff writer

President Barack Obama's commutation Tuesday of Chelsea Manning's 35-year prison sentence brought about ecstatic reactions from the whistleblower's supporters, who have waged a campaign for her freedom for years.

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More clemency coming after Obama shortens Manning's sentence 18.1.2017 Yahoo: Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) — Embracing his clemency powers like never before, President Barack Obama is planning more commutations in his final days in office after a dramatic move to cut short convicted leaker Chelsea Manning's ...
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More clemency coming after Obama shortens Manning’s sentence 18.1.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

WASHINGTON (AP) — Embracing his clemency powers like never before, President Barack Obama is planning more commutations in his final days in office after a dramatic move to cut short convicted leaker Chelsea Manning’s sentence. Obama became the president to have granted more commutations than any other when he announced Tuesday that Manning will be […]
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Julian Assange welcomes Obama's decision to commute Chelsea Manning's sentence 18.1.2017 DNA: India
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has welcomed the decision by US President Barack Obama to commute the sentence of Chelsea Manning, jailed for leaking classified US documents, while calling for an end to a "war on whistleblowers". "I welcome President Obama's decision to commute the sentence of Ms. Chelsea Manning from 35 years to time served," Assange said in a statement yesterday sent to AFP by one of his lawyers. He said Manning should never have been convicted and described her as "a hero, whose bravery should have been applauded not condemned". "In order for democracy and the rule of law to thrive, the government should immediately end this war on whistleblowers, and publishers such as WikiLeaks and myself," Assange added. Manning was convicted in August 2013 of espionage and other offenses after admitting to leaking 700,000 sensitive military and diplomatic classified documents to WikiLeaks. A transgender soldier, she was sentenced by military court martial as Bradley Manning and has since been ...
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Transgender US soldier at center of WikiLeaks case 18.1.2017 Yahoo: Politics
Chelsea Manning, the transgender American soldier whose prison sentence President Barack Obama commuted Tuesday, became a hero to anti-war activists and a villain to government officials outraged over her leaking of classified files. Originally named Bradley, Manning was convicted in August 2013 and sentenced to 35 years in prison for espionage and other offenses after admitting to handing a massive trove of classified documents to the WikiLeaks website. After sentencing, Manning announced that she identified as female and later obtained legal authorization to change her name and receive hormone ...
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Obama shortens Manning's term, grants clemency to hundreds 18.1.2017 Yahoo: Politics

Obama shortens Manning's term, grants clemency to hundredsWASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama granted clemency to Chelsea Manning on Tuesday, allowing the transgender Army intelligence officer convicted of leaking more than 700,000 U.S. documents to go free nearly three decades early.


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