THE BOSTON FILES
The Boston Files: Follow the Money, Not the Drugs
In September 1986, U.S. President Ronald Reagan broadcast live a message of urgency and warning about drug use while his wife peddled her “Just Say No” anti-drug campaign geared towards American children. But what Reagan’s viewers didn’t realize at the time, as they glued themselves to their TV set on that warm autumn night, was that the Reagan administration had been working directly with known drug traffickers the entire time. MORE
The Boston Files Part 1: Fueling the Mujahideen
The following is part one of a multi-part series that briefly explores the history of the U.S. government funding extremists throughout the 1980s and 1990s and the narco-arms trafficking business connected with these operations…MORE
THE GATEKEEPER FILES
A COMMUNITY IN SHAMBLES
Being Honest: Considerations of a Julian Assange Supporter
IF history has taught us anything it’s that there has always been someone who wanted to use Assange for their own benefit, or worse, betray him to the very people and governments that want to hurt him. It pays to be vigilant.
Llama: My Honest Response to Dishonest Accusations
On February 6, 2018, I published “Being Honest: Considerations of a Julian Assange Supporter,” which was met with an astonishingly high level of bitter criticism from supporters within the WikiLeaks activist community
Assange Supporters Question Who to Turn to For Information and Updates
Part 1. From the alt-right to to PR firms that were shut down years ago, part one of dissecting the Julian Assange support campaign and its lack of forthcoming and accurate information.
ASSANGE UNDER ATTACK
Ecuador Cuts Off Assange’s Ties From the Outside World
Is the U.S. Strengthening Relations With Ecuador To Get To Assange?
President Moreno Sells Out Ecuador’s Sovereignty to US, Expulsion of Political Asylee Julian Assange Likely
A Written Guide to the Guardian’s Smear Campaign Against Julian Assange
A History of Attacks Against WikiLeaks
An eight-part series about the difficulties WikiLeaks has faced over the years from the U.S. intelligence community, fellow journalists, Freedom of the Press Foundation, the enemy within, and hackers turned FBI snitches.
The Truth About Guardian Source Fernando Villavicencio
Ten Senate Democrats Sign a Letter Requesting Julian Assange’s Asylum Be Revoked
US Representatives Threaten Ecuador to Handed Over to the Authorities
Representative Adam Schiff of the House Intelligence Committee Refuses to Interview Julian Assange
How The Trump Admin Used a Livestream to Spy On Assange
Working directly with Ecuador’s corrupt government, the U.S. government abandoned all sense of legality and moral decency by spying on Assange twenty-four hours a day via an illegal livestream surveillance operation set up by a private security firm and approved by Ecuador’s president.
Through the Eyes of Whistleblower Attorney Jesselyn Radack
UN Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer Becomes One of Assange’s Most Vocal Advocates
Before Ousting Assange, Moreno Government Spied on the Journalist for Over a Year
Assange Ecuadorian Extradition Noose Tightens with INA Papers as Latest Slipknot
Whats Behind Australia’s Decision to Suddenly Grant Julian Assange a Passport?
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Stands Up for Press Freedom, Gets Jailed by US Gov’t
THE BROWDER FILES
Russia Files New Charges Against Browder, Accuses Him of Murder
Browder’s Family Ties to Russian Intelligence
Browder Engages In Voucher Scheme to Steal From Russian People
Browder Conspires with Kenneth Dart To Asset Skim From Titanium Company
After Stopping a Dilutive Share Issue, Browder Suspiciously Has Dinner With CEO
Browder Teams Up With Billionaire Diamond Magnate Beny Steinmetz