Nobody should face the charge unless they are working for a foreign power and mean harm to the United States.
Tag: Daniel Hale
Killing Children in ‘Self Defense’
Nobody can tell you how many children have been killed by drone strikes or “targeted” missiles and bombings in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Somalia, Yemen or Libya, writes Craig Murray.
Chris Hedges: When the Just Go to Prison
The imprisonment of Daniel Hale, federal prisoner 26069-075 in Marion, Illinois, is a microcosm of the vast gulag being constructed for all of us.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Whistleblower Crackdown
National Whistleblower Week is a call to action on behalf of Julian Assange, who marks a new extreme in a series of legal reprisals that have gotten more draconian since Kiriakou’s own national-security case in 2012.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Hold the Fireworks
From the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade to the persecution of whistleblowers, this July 4th exploded with reasons not to celebrate.
Destroying the Town Does Not Save It
In an imaginary graduation speech to the U.S. Air Force Academy, graduate William J. Astore introduces cadets to the real history of U.S. air power.
WATCH: THE KILL CLOUD — Networked Warfare, Drones & AI
A two-day conference on drone warfare and other advanced technological means of killing starts at noon EDT today from Berlin. Watch it here.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: My Resolution to Write
In 2022, I’m going to write more to people in prison and in Congress too, the author vows.
Pentagon’s 20-Year Killing Spree
U.S. government policies have treated civilians as expendable, writes Norman Solomon. Meanwhile truth tellers such as Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Nathan Hale get punished for what they expose.
New York Times Airstrikes Reporting Ignores Daniel Hale
The influential news organization should give the whistleblower proper credit and call for Biden to immediately pardon him, writes Sam Carliner.