Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson told the Belmarsh Tribunal in Sydney the very C.I.A. that plotted to kill the WikiLeaks publisher also would have a major say in the conditions of his imprisonment if he is convicted in the U.S.
Tag: Central Intelligence Agency
The Victory of ‘Perception Management’
The origins of the Russiagate psyop unleashed on the American people can be traced back to a secret government program unearthed by this site’s founder.
Sterling: Espionage Act Like Slave-Era Anti-Literacy Laws
C.I.A. whistleblower Jeffery Sterling, who was sentenced to 3½ years in prison, says punishing Julian Assange for publishing critical information is designed to keep us enslaved in ignorance.
On the Influence of Neo-Nazism in Ukraine
A short history of neo-Nazism in Ukraine in response to NewsGuard’s charge that Consortium News published false content about its extent.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: CIA Should Get Out of the Laboratory
The C.I.A. has long had labs, whether overt or covert, where terrible things happened.
Pompeo Sued Over Surveillance of Assange Visitors
Guests who visited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in the Ecuador embassy have sued the C.I.A., former C.I.A. Director Mike Pompeo and Spanish security firm UC Global for allegedly violating their 4th Amendment rights.
US State-Affiliated NewsGuard Targets Consortium News
The Pentagon and State Dept.-linked outfit, with an ex-N.S.A. and C.I.A. director on its board, is accusing Consortium News of publishing “false content” on Ukraine, reports Joe Lauria.
Warnings for Washington About Cold War 2.0
The authors raise the brutal U.S. military misadventures committed during the first Cold War in the name of defending “the free world,” a term Biden ominously revived in his State of the Union address.
‘CIA Sidekick’ NED Gives £2.6M to UK Media Groups
A U.S. government-funded agency that claims to promote democracy but which helps undermine governments independent of Washington has moved decisively into Britain’s media space since 2016.
High Court Allows Assange Extradition, Quashing His Discharge
The High Court allowed the U.S. appeal to reverse an order not to extradite Julian Assange and to send the case back to magistrate’s court.