PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Brian Eno, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Laibach are among the artists on board for a global event in support of Julian Assange. The events will take place on June 19, marking four.. Pitchfork
Officials reportedly claim the Department of Justice is ready to file arrest charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Press advocates warn that if the US goes after the pro-transparency.. Source: RT News Channel -
The U.S. Department of Justice is ready to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stated at a news conference that the department is stepping up their.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the Justice Department is ready to crack down on those who share sensitive government secrets. Its No.1 enemy? WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Jeff Pegues.. Source: CBS News -
President Donald Trump lied about his policy accomplishments, interrupted himself, and went off on series of incoherent rants during a recent interview with The Associated Press.
The AP released.. Huffington Post
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Don’t let his languid southern drawl or physical resemblance to the kindly Keebler elves fool you. Ever.
Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III,.. Huffington Post
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My current working hypothesis is that the U.S. is a *late-stage empire about to enter a more serious and dangerous period of collapse.* In case.. Zero Hedge
Following an announcement from President Donald Trump’s Justice Department that there are plans to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, the information dissemination group trolled the president.. Raw Story
The Trump Administration’s threat to criminally prosecute WikiLeaks could open the door to criminal charges against mainstream American news organizations because they also leak secret government.. The Wrap
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday refused to rule out whether the Trump Administration might criminally prosecute mainstream news organizations for leaking confidential federal documents.
CNN.. The Wrap
Watch VideoDespite his yearslong exile in an Ecuadorian embassy, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange hasn't been charged with a crime.
That could be about to change. Multiple outlets report the U.S... Newsy
After years of floundering, the U.S. government is finally getting ready to arrest WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and bring him to face justice in America. Assange will resist arrest and extradition.. Earn The Necklace
Media reports suggest that US prosecutors are preparing charges against WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. The move comes a month after the group revealed secrets concerning the CIA's cyber.. Deutsche Welle