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Old 02.25.2011, 02:22 PM   #181
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http://www.counterpunch.org/shamir02252011.html
This article relates a couple of the wikileaks turncoats writing for the Guardian are actually falsifying the cables

article also describes our "free press":

Bill Keller confesses that before publishing, his “colleagues were invited to a windowless room at the State Department, where they encountered an unsmiling crowd. Representatives from the White House, the State Department, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the C.I.A., the Defense Intelligence Agency, the F.B.I. and the Pentagon gathered around a conference table. Others, who never identified themselves, lined the walls.” Keller reveals that US authorities actually vetted the NY Times “news” release and that corresponding orders were conveyed to the London outlet.
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Old 02.25.2011, 02:48 PM   #182
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you know, lately I been thinkin, maybe Assange did rape or coerce these chicks into sex, and he preemptively went public with all this to get a smoke screen. Wikileaks has been around for years long before all this controversy, why would the govt suddenly now chose to target him, and further, if they really wanted him shut down, wouldn't they have just done it by now? I mean, its hardly a secret that the govt uses assassinations to silence its enemies..

so perhaps Assange really fucked with these chicks, and is using this all as a pretext and subterfuge to juke the convictions?
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Old 02.25.2011, 05:36 PM   #183
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read a good Katha Pollitt article: the idea that Assange can be both a first amendment hero and a possible filthy little creep in the bedroom are not necessarily incompatible. The idea that they went after him so heavily does show that they are wanting to get him for political reasons, but he may be guilty of the coercive sex deal
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Old 02.25.2011, 05:54 PM   #184
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I believe he is accused of engaging in intercourse without condom with a woman he had previously (several hours earlier and they were sleeping together) had consensual sex with - she claims she was asleep and woke up with him inside her, but you know people do things in their sleep - its an "only in Sweden" kid of thing, and its totally bogus that one of them works for a CIA cutout. As always, the Spectacle has to distract and turn it into a personal attack.

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Old 02.25.2011, 05:55 PM   #185
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n. Wikileaks has been around for years long before all this controversy, why would the govt suddenly now chose to target him,?

it was the batch of US State Dept cables and the internal Pentagon reports that did it - when they were releasing shit about China or Europa who cared?

Its all a distraction so we forget these cables show the US murdered civilains and covered it up.
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Old 03.07.2011, 02:29 PM   #186
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....The next morning, policewoman Sara Wennerblom telephoned Anna Ardin and told her that she would have to give evidence. They did the interview by telephone that same day. In this phone interview Anna said that she freely consented to have sex with Assange, but that she wouldn't have let it happen if she'd known he didn't have a condom. So much for the rape charge! A few hours later, the warrant was voided when another prosecutor, Eva Finne, looked at the reports and concluded that no crime was committed. Case closed.
...The right-wing Swedes were supported and guided by Karl Rove, the American political operator who has been advising Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt for the past two years.....
In order to reopen the case, a law firm run by two political heavyweights was brought in, Bodstrom and Borgstrom. Thomas Bodstrom was once a Justice minister whose claim to fame is that he delivered two hapless Swedish-resident Arabs to a CIA rendition plane so that they could be tortured in one of Mubarak’s jails.
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Old 03.13.2011, 02:20 PM   #187
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WASHINGTON — State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley quit on Sunday after causing a stir by describing the military's treatment of the suspected WikiLeaks leaker as "ridiculous" and "stupid," pointed words that forced President Barack Obama to defend the detention as appropriate.
"Given the impact of my remarks, for which I take full responsibility, I have submitted my resignation" to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to a department statement attributed to the office of the spokesman.
Crowley's comments about the conditions for Pfc. Bradley Manning at a Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Virginia, reverberated quickly, from the small audience in Massachusetts where Crowley spoke to a White House news conference Friday where Obama weighed in about the 23-year-old soldier believed responsible for the largest leak of classified American documents ever.
Manning is being held in solitary confinement for all but an hour every day, and is stripped naked each night and given a suicide-proof smock to wear to bed. His lawyer calls the treatment degrading. Amnesty International says it may violate Manning's human rights.
Crowley was quoted as saying in Massachusetts that he didn't understand why the military was handling Manning's detention that way, and calling it "ridiculous, counterproductive and stupid." Crowley also said "Manning is in the right place" in military detention.
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Old 03.30.2011, 08:46 AM   #188
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… In light of disturbing WikiLeaks cables, American and worldwide human rights and environmental organizations will also be questioning why the Obama administration is covertly pushing for Bangladesh to reverse course and acquiesce to an internationally condemned open-pit mine that will displace an estimated 100,000-200,000 villagers and ravage desperately needed farmland and water resources. … The Phulbari coal mine is nothing less than a “humanitarian and ecological disaster.”
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Old 07.12.2011, 05:02 PM   #189
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He's an American hero

On the same day that a major human rights organization issued a scathing report on Bush-era prisoner abuses, the United Nations alleged that the United States had violated a "long-standing" rule meant to prevent the torture of prisoners, by denying an official access to Pvt. Bradley Manning, the lone soldier accused of turning over secret documents to WikiLeaks.
Juan Mendez, the U.N.'s special rapporteur on torture, criticized the U.S. government for preventing a meeting with Manning, meant to ascertain whether the conditions of the soldier's confinement constituted torture. He insisted that an unmonitored meeting is standard practice around the world.
According to the International Committee of the Red Cross, that's something even Bush officials permitted (PDF) for their alleged high value al Qaeda detainees, but Manning seems to be a special case for the Obama administration.
"At the Special Rapporteur’s request and after several meetings, the US Department of Defense has allowed Mendez to visit Pfc. Manning but warned him that the conversation would be monitored," a prepared statement from the U.N. Human Rights Commission explained.
"Such a condition violates long-standing rules that the UN applies for prison visits and for interviews with inmates everywhere in the world. On humanitarian grounds and under protest, Mendez offered to Manning, through his counsel, to visit him under these restrictive conditions, an offer that Manning has declined."
“The United States, as a world leader, is a strong supporter of the international human rights system," Mendez is quoted as saying. "Therefore, its actions must seek to set the pace in good practices that enhance the role of human rights mechanisms, ensuring and maintaining unfettered access to detainees during enquiries."
Despite repeated petitions from Mendez, the U.S. has continued to refuse an unmonitored visit for Manning and insists his detention at Ft. Leavenworth is consistent with human rights standards.
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Old 09.01.2011, 02:50 PM   #190
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wow, its more obvious with every release why the elites hate this guy - some people claim it is a cia/mossad front and if so I can't imagine why they'd release this or what propaganda purpose it would serve, other than to create more hate against the US, which would cause more attacks and then provide an excuse to keep the death machine going....no they'd never do that

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/09/0...ldren-in-raid/
According to a diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks, U.S. troops massacred an Iraqi family in the town of Ishaqi in 2006, handcuffing and then shooting 11 people in the head including a woman in her 70's and five children ages five and under.
McClatchy is reporting that the soldiers then called in an air strike on the house to cover up evidence of the killings.
This account differs sharply from an official version of the 2006 incident, which indicated that coalition forces captured an al Qaeda in Iraq operative in the house, which was destroyed in a firefight. The WikiLeaks cable, however, corroborates accounts by Ishaqi townspeople and includes questions about the incident by Philip Alston, the U.N.'s special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.
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