A Coalition Of Support: Parliamentarians For Julian Assange

By Binoy Kampmark, Ahtribune.com -

Australian politicians, and the consular staff of the country, are rarely that engaged on the subject of protecting their citizens.  In a couple of notorious cases, Australian authorities [...]

Whistle-Blower Reveals Flawed Construction At North Dakota Gas Plants Where Massive Spill Was Downplayed

By Justin Nobel, Desmogblog.com -

Two North Dakota gas processing plants in the heart of the Bakken oil fields have shown signs of an eroded safety culture and startling construction problems, according to Paul Lehto, a [...]

Julian Assange – ‘Find Justice And Make It Quick’

By Alison Broinowski, Ahtribune.com -

With the US on the warpath and Australia sending military, air, and naval support for American activities in the Gulf, three Australian and British nationals are being made an example of in Iran, [...]

Red ‘Whistleblowing’ Herrings

By Ray McGovern. -

On CNLive yesterday evening (link below), Ray discussed the new “Ukraine-gate” whistleblower, who is reported to be a CIA officer who spent some time on detail to the White House. Ray begins with [...]

What’s Really Behind Julian Assange’s Arrest

By Robert Scheer, Truthdig.com -

The recent arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has provoked a wide spectrum of responses in the media, but many journalists seem to recognize the Trump administration’s attack on the [...]

Assange And Manning Sacrifice Their Freedom For Our Right To Know

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

Julian Assange, the editor of Wikileaks, a media outlet for information provided by whistleblowers, has been in confinement in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for almost seven years and is [...]

Pentagon: 95,613 Whistleblower Complaints, Trillions Of Tax Dollars Unaccounted For

By David DeGraw, Degraw.media -

According to a new report from the Government Accountability Office, in fiscal years 2013 – 2018, the Department of Defense Inspector General (DOD IG) received 95,613 whistleblower complaints. [...]

Ecuador’s Government Cuts Off All Access To Julian Assange

By Mike Head, Wsws.org -

According to the Courage Foundation, which has campaigned against the persecution of Julian Assange, the Ecuadorian Embassy in London has forbidden access to all visitors to the WikiLeaks [...]

WikiLeaks Releases A Detailed List Of All Amazon Web Services Data Centers Ahead Of DoD Decision

By Aaron Kesel, Activistpost.com -

WikiLeaks has published an alleged “highly confidential” document outlining the addresses and operational details of Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers called Amazon Atlas. The international [...]

How The FBI Silences Whistleblowers

By John Kiriakou, Consortiumnews.com -

The problem is that we are the exception to the rule. Most whistleblowers either suffer in anonymity or are personally, professionally, socially and financially ruined for speaking truth to [...]

Long Before Scott Pruitt, EPA Colluded With Industry

By Johnathan Latham, Salon.com -

When Scott Pruitt took the helm of the Environmental Protection Agency in 2017, public health activists, environmentalists and ordinary citizens expressed outrage. How could a politician with [...]

Whistleblowers Sue City’s Top Health Insurance Providers

By Brigid Bergin, Wnyc.org -

Three whistleblowers representing New York City employees and retirees are suing the city’s top health insurance providers for defrauding taxpayers of more than a billion dollars. The lawsuit [...]

Julian Assange’s Health In ‘Dangerous’ Condition

By Ewen MacAskill, Theguardian.com -

Julian Assange’s long stay in the Ecuadorian embassy in London is having a “dangerous” impact on his physical and mental health, according to clinicians who carried out the most recent [...]

Tribute To James Dolan, Co-Creator Of SecureDrop; Tragically Passed Away

By Trevor Timm, Freedom.press -

Beyond a couple references on our website, that New Yorker story is virtually all that is in the public domain about James’s involvement in the project—and that’s how he preferred it. James was [...]