Category Archives: Press Freedom/Whistleblowing

Breaking The Media Blackout on the Imprisonment of Julian Assange

The role of journalism in a democracy is publishing information that holds the powerful to account — the kind of information that empowers the public to become more engaged citizens in their communities so that we can vote in representatives that work in the interest of “we the people.” 

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Trump Pardoning War Criminals, Prosecuting Whistleblowers

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has already made clear his soft spot for war criminals, having brought one – Elliot Abrams – into his administration. Then, earlier this month, Trump pardoned Army First Lieutenant Michael Behenna. Now, reports indicate Trump is just getting started. Continue reading Trump Pardoning War Criminals, Prosecuting Whistleblowers

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Picked Up by UK Police (SERCO Operatives?)

Ecuadorian Moreno just handed Julian Assange over to the UK police for a possible extradition to the United States, where Collateral Murder whistleblower Bradly “Chelsea” Manning is incarcerated again for refusing to snitch on Wikileaks. Continue reading WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Picked Up by UK Police (SERCO Operatives?)