Jail Killer Drone Operators Instead Of Drone Whistleblowers

By Ann Wright, Popular Resistance. -

For decades the U.S. has been murdering innocent civilians, including U.S. citizens, in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, Mali and who knows where else.   Not one person in the [...]

Ruth Etzel Speaks Out Ahead Of EPA Whistleblower Hearing

By Carey Gillam, The Guardian. -

The US Environmental Protection Agency is failing to protect children by ignoring poisons in the environment and focusing on corporate interests, according to a top children’s health official who [...]

Politicians Globally Call On Biden To Drop Prosecution Against Assange

By Don't Extradite Assange. -

Politicians around the world are sending a message to US President Biden to drop the charges against Julian Assange ahead of his 50th birthday. Julian Assange, an unconvicted, remand prisoner who [...]

Whistleblower Shares Perspective On End To Afghanistan War

By Kevin Gosztola, The Dissenter. -

David McBride is a former military lawyer in the Royal Australia Regiment and Australia Special Forces. He completed two tours in Afghanistan and submitted an internal complaint against what he [...]

Actors For Assange: Julian Assange’s Defence Statement, Acted Out

Julian Assange's defence team were prevented from delivering his defence statement verbally in court, so it was submitted only for the record, to maintain the secrecy surrounding the case. 49 [...]

Ag-Gag Law Suppressing Whistleblowers Is Defeated

By Kevin Gosztola,  The Dissenter. -

Laws intended to suppress journalism, whistleblowing, and speech on the food and agriculture industry continue to experience defeats in the United States court system. Known as “ag-gag” laws, [...]

Truth Is National Security

By Jeffrey Sterling, Reader Supported News. -

Drone whistleblower Daniel Hale was sentenced to spend 45 months in federal prison. Once again, so-called justice in this country will subject a person of truth to the desolate confines of [...]

A Day In The Death Of British Justice

By John Pilger, Consortium News. -

I sat in Court 4 in the Royal Courts of Justice in London Wednesday with Stella Moris, Julian Assange’s partner. I have known Stella for as long as I have known Julian. She, too, is a voice of [...]

The Nature Of Prosecutors

By John Kiriakou, Consortium News. -

For the past two weeks I’ve been ruminating about the prosecution of drone whistleblower Daniel Hale, who was sentenced on July 27 in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of [...]

Whistleblowers Step Forward With New Complaints Of Abuses At Site For Immigrant Children

By Government Accountability Project. -

Today, Government Accountability Project, filed its second complaint with federal oversight agencies detailing abuses at the Fort Bliss, Texas Emergency Intake Site (EIS) for unaccompanied [...]

Julian Assange And CIA Backed Assassination Plots

By Lowkey and Stella Moris, A/Political. -

In the interview Stella Moris speaks to Lowkey about huge new revelations about the case “The key witness is a diagnosed sociopath, a fraudster who was already convicted of embezzling Wikileaks [...]

The Obsessive Pursuit Of Assange As UK Prepares Its Own Espionage Act

By Alexander Mercouris, Consortium News. -

The single-minded U.S. pursuit of Julian Assange as Britain proposes changes to its official secrets law shows the fierce determination of both governments to conceal their secrets. Recent [...]

Preliminary Assange Appeal Hearing Scheduled For August 11

The United States government has been given limited permission to appeal the District Court’s decision to block the extradition of Julian Assange from the UK to the U.S. Britain’s High Court [...]

Craig Murray Will Surrender Himself For Prison

By Kevin Gosztola, The Dissenter. -

In the case against former United Kingdom diplomat-turned whistleblower Craig Murray, the UK supreme court refused to hear Murray’s appeal. He will now surrender himself to police for an [...]

The Price Of Conscience

By Chris Hedges, Scheer Post. -

The Justice Department coerced Hale, who was deployed to Afghanistan in 2012, on March 31 to plead guilty to one count of violating the Espionage Act, a law passed in 1917 designed to prosecute [...]