Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

File photo of U.S. Army Military police escorting a detainee to his cell in Naval Base Guantanamo Bay

One of the requests to Congress would allow the department to petition a judge to indefinitely detain someone during an emergency.
DOJ seeks new emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic

The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the coronavirus spreads through the United States.

 

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Judge rips DNC repeatedly for having no evidence!
Judge’s ruling throws huge spanner into US extradition proceedings against Assange
  • Wikileaks has every right to publish stolen documents.
  • Wikileaks/Assange is a publisher.
  • DNC has no evidence of any Russian involvement at all.

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Life-Altering Copyright Lawsuits Could Come to Regular Internet Users Under a New Law Moving in the Senate

 

This bill creates a situation where Internet users could easily be on the hook for multiple $5,000 copyright infringement judgments without many of the traditional legal safeguards or rights of appeal our justice system provides.

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Abby Martin has a new investigation into the uprising in Gaza.

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Even the Washington Post (which I do not generally trust) is starting to shit itself in the face of blatant fascism.

Greenwald:

The First Amendment is meaningless if it only protects people the government recognizes as journalists

 

 

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This thread discusses what the government’s case is. It centers on allegedly trying to help Manning crack a password.

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Journalism has been officially outlawed.

Julian Assange Arrested in London After Ecuador Withdraws Asylum; U.S. Requests Extradition

 

 

 

Why the world needs Wikileaks

 

 

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Assange Arrest Sets Dangerous Precedent, Threatens Freedom of the Press