In the failed corporate coverage of Steven Donziger and Julian Assange there is an imposition of darkness, ignorance inflicted on Americans with intent.
Category: Julian Assange
CIA Plan to Poison Assange Wasn’t Needed
The U.S. had already found a “lawful” way to disappear him, writes Jonathan Cook.
What the Yahoo! Assange Report Got Wrong
The Yahoo! report provides important new details of facts reported a year ago, but contains several errors, including a fabricated story about Russian operatives exfiltrating Assange from the Ecuador embassy, writes Joe Lauria.
Pompeo Effectively Admits To Assange Allegations
Pompeo’s point that U.S. law prohibits carrying out assassinations is not convincing considering how the Trump administration openly assassinated Iran’s top military commander Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike last year, writes Caity Johnstone.
Assange Extradition Case Has So Far Cost British Public Over £300,000
America’s bid to extradite Julian Assange from London is costing the British public hundreds of thousands of pounds in prosecution fees and prison costs, despite serious flaws in the US case, Declassified UK has found.
With Clinton Lawyer Charged, Russiagate Scam Now Under Indictment
Michael Sussmann is charged for failing to disclose he was acting on behalf of Clinton’s team, Aaron Maté reports. But the indictment makes clear the special counsel uncovered a wider deception.
‘The Longest War’ in US History Is Not Over
Two recent instances of “force and precision” ordered by Biden marked the presumed end to the war in Afghanistan just as it had begun, writes Brian Terrell.
Pepe Escobar: Afghanistan? Follow the Money
With the fall of Kabul, Pepe Escobar says it’s becoming clear that financial soft power tactics may be even more deadly than a NATO occupation.
Afghan Refugees’ Long Search for Sanctuary
To grant U.K. asylum was to admit the occupation was failing to provide safety, writes Phil Miller. The extent of civilian casualties only became know because of Julian Assange.
The Leak That ‘Exposed the True Afghan War’
The Afghan Diaries set off a firestorm when it revealed the suppression of civilian casualty figures, the existence of an elite U.S.-led death squad, and the covert role of Pakistan in the conflict, as Elizabeth Vos reports.