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Two days ago another federal judge handed down what has been described as a “stiff” and “draconian” sentence, this time against NSA engineer Nghia Pho for taking home “a ‘massive trove’ of top secret information between 2010 and 2015.”  Pho’s five and a half year prison sentence comes off theContinue Reading

There’s a certain level of absurdity that’s going into writing this because the accusations I’m about to address are so ridiculous, fabricated, and of absolutely no value that it’s really not worth the time. However, we all have that one friend, neighbor, or annoying co-worker who always buys into theContinue Reading

In the last two months the situation with Julian Assange has escalated to the point where it’s now believed that his expulsion from the Ecuadorian embassy in London is imminent.  Of course if this happens not only will Ecuadorian President Moreno be violating international laws and court rulings, it isContinue Reading

“All hands on deck.” — Randy Credico On July 20, 2018, RT Editor in Chief, Margarita Simonovna, told the twittersphere that her sources had indicated that Julian Assange would be handed over to UK authorities in the following weeks or even the next few days.  She added, “Like never before IContinue Reading

On June 21, 2018, WikiLeaks released an ICE database called ICEPatrol and in what can only be described as a grotesque display of hypocrisy, conservative support for the organization came to a screeching halt.  Citing the alleged dangers of releasing such information but failing to note that the data wasContinue Reading

  “We are conveying the message in private that Correa’s actions will have consequences for his relationship with the new Obama administration, while avoiding public comments that would be counterproductive. We do not recommend terminating any USG programs that serve our interests since that would only weaken the incentive forContinue Reading

In the last forty-eight hours we’ve witnessed yet another appalling development in both Julian Assange’s situation and in the U.S. government’s investigation into Russian interference.  On Friday, journalist/radio host Randy Credico joined Ari Melber on his show, “The Beat With Ari Melber,” during which Credico dropped some surprising news thatContinue Reading

Fifty-three days ago Ecuador cut off Julian Assange’s communications to the outside world and although the official reason given was because Assange had breached an agreement not to meddle in Ecuador’s affairs via Twitter (WikiLeaks vehemently denies there was an agreement), there appears to be more to the story.  Yes,Continue Reading

For more than seven years, Julian Assange has been threatened, pursued, and detained without charge for publishing the truth about government and corporate corruption around the world. Although his situation jeopardizes not only his well-being but a free press, many, even those in the same profession, have chosen to standContinue Reading