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Blu-ray Review: ‘The Fifth Estate’ (2013)


'The Fifth Estate' provides a tremendous insight into the world of Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Read More »

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Mastermind of 9/11, Speaks Out to Trial Judge

As a new phase of the 9/11 terrorist trial begins, discussion centers on the admissibility of testimony regarding pre-Guantanamo Bay torture allegations. Read More »

Book Review: WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy by David Leigh and Luke Harding

The Guardian book on Wikileaks is full of Bond-esque characters. Read More »

New Information from WikiLeaks: bin Laden, The September 11 Attacks, and More

A readable summation of new information from just-released WikiLeaks documents. Read More »

Police Interrogator Knew Alleged Victim in Assange Case

The Swedish police interrogator who first interviewed the alleged victims in the Assange rape case was a friend of one of them. Read More »

Could It Be that Assange Would Be Safer in Egypt?

The way things are going Julian Assange might be safer in one of the newly freed Arab nations. Read More »

Female Activist, Not Pentagon, May be Behind Assange Prosecution

New evidence from Sweden suggests a female activist prosecutor is behind Assange's rape charges. Read More »

Wikileaks Cables Claim U.S. Supporting Egyptian Revolution

Once again Wikileaks appears to have shown the perfidity of the U.S. in its dealing with even important allies. Read More »

In Defense of Anarchism, Part III: A Recap

The war on terror and the resulting "state of exception" are quickly becoming regular features of everyday life. The question is, have we reached the end of history or are we about to enter another chapter? Read More »


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