WikiLeaks founder lashes out at CIA - wwlp.com

(CNN) – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is bashing the CIA amid reports that the u-s may soon seek his arrest. From his confinement inside the tiny Ecuadorian embassy in London, Julian Assange lashes out at the CIA. Julian Assange, founder of ...

Julian Assange Speaks Out: The War On The Truth - Antiwar.com (blog)

Are Wikileaks and other similar organizations “hostile foreign agencies,” as CIA Director Mike Pompeo asserted recently? He's looking at a way to punish media organizations for telling their readers the truth while being able to avoid going after the ...

Assange: CIA Trying to Redefine Media to Assault Free Speech - IVN News

During the Thursday episode of the Ron Paul Liberty Report, Dr. Ron Paul interviewed WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange. Paul and Assange discuss CIA Director Mike Pompeo's remarks about WikiLeaks, calling it a “non-state hostile intelligence service,” ...

New doc reveals WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's misogyny, distaste for Clinton and Trump - VICE News

Julian Assange had given filmmaker Laura Poitras unprecedented access for over five years, and she had hundreds of hours of footage in her possession. But last summer, the WikiLeaks co-founder started to have second thoughts. “Presently, the film is a ...

'Risk' Review: Julian Assange Gets An Unflattering Closeup From A Former Friend In New Edit - Yahoo Movies

Some movies are ahead of their times, but Laura Poitras' “Risk” has grown into its moment. When the Julian Assange documentary premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in the Directors' Fortnight sidebar, it was a sturdy, one-sided salute to the ...

Even If You're Sick of Julian Assange, Go See This New WikiLeaks Documentary - Gizmodo

Risk should be a boring movie. Sure, it's the latest documentary from Academy Award-winner Laura Poitras, but it's also about WikiLeaks. Haven't we all had enough of Julian Assange and his cadre of world-warping weirdos? The thing is, you've never seen ...

Persecution of free speech - Mmegi Online

US authorities are reported to have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. This overreach of US Government toward a publisher, whose principle is aligned with the US Constitution, is another sign of a crumbling façade ...

The End of The Road for Assange? - Sputnik International

In a speech last week at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, CIA Director Mike Pompeo said: “It's time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors ...

After a Flurry of News, Assange's Lawyer Is Still Waiting to Hear From the Justice Department - Mother Jones

More than a week after reports that the US government is preparing criminal charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other members of his organization, a lawyer for Assange says he's received no information about what the government wants ...

Ron Paul To Interview Julian Assange Today On His Liberty Report - The Liberty Conservative

Libertarian stalwart Ron Paul will broadcast an interview with Wikileaks' Julian Assange today, following recent news of President Trump's Department of Justice potentially pursuing criminal charges against the controversial whistleblower. “The CIA has ...

Assange reveals himself - Tribune-Review

The United States soon may have the opportunity to request the extradition of WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange to its shores, which would allow criminal proceedings against him to finally begin. Given his focused mission to cause momentous damage to the ...

Could WikiLeaks Prosecution Impact Future of First Amendment? - Florida Political Review

The protections allowed for under the First Amendment could be altered with the United States Justice Department's recent pursuits to charge WikiLeaks for its 2010 publications of the U.S. State Department's cables and release of CIA hacking tools.

Feds Planning To Arrest WikiLeaks Founder, Julian Assange - Florida Sentinel Bulletin

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has apparently lost his shield of the First Amendment and will be arrested. U.S. authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Justice Department investigation of Assange ...

News Conference at Department of Justice on Threats to WikiLeaks' Julian Assange by Attorney General Jeff Sessions - Institute for Public Accuracy (press release)

CIA Director Mike Pompeo recently called WikiLeaks a “hostile intelligence service.” Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently stated that Julian Assange's arrest is a “priority” of the Trump administration. This has caused numerous individuals — with ...

In pursuit of WikiLeaks - The Economist

THE hypocrisy is breathtaking. But it looks as if the Trump administration really is going after WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, the self-styled transparency campaigner who runs it from the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he has been holed up for ...

Report: The United States Plans to Arrest Wikileaks Julian Assange - DailyNewsKs

Unites States authorities arranged charges to plan out the arrest of Julian Assange who is the founder of “wikiLeaks'. The United States officially recognized with the substance. Thousands of files filched by the Army Intelligence known as “Chelsea ...

Wikileaks Being Singled Out? Assange Responds To US Calls For Arrest - Mintpress News (blog)

Recent statements by U.S. government officials seem to indicate that leaks published by WikiLeaks warrant persecution of the leaks' publisher, while those leaks published by the Washington Post or the New York Times are evidently not worth prosecuting ...

Trump Administration Turns On Wikileaks Co-Founder Julian Assange - The Wire

Glen Ford, a distinguished radio-show host and commentator in the US, says Trump is trying to “normalise” his presidency by doing what US intelligence services want. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable JavaScript if ...

Prosecuting Wikileaks staff would set dangerous precedent - UT The Daily Texan

Wikileaks has been attacked by both sides of the political spectrum over the past year. The website's release of thousands of DNC and CIA documents has led many politicians and pundits on both sides to label the organization as an arm of Russian ...