RSF Condemns “Unnecessarily Cruel” Decision to Keep Julian Assange Detained
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NEW YORK, NY — January 6, 2021 — In a 6 January hearing at London’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser considered Julian Assange’s application to be released on bail. She ruled against his release, stating that Assange had an “incentive to abscond,” and “as a matter of fairness” she needed to give the US government the chance to …

eHeziRSF Condemns “Unnecessarily Cruel” Decision to Keep Julian Assange Detained
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United Kingdom Court Blocks US Attempt to Extradite Julian Assange!
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LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM — January 4, 2021 —  Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is immensely relieved by the January 4, 2021 decision of UK District Judge Vanessa Baraitser blocking the United States’ attempt to extradite Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange, but is extremely disappointed that the court failed to take a stand for press freedom and journalistic protections. We disagree with the …

TribuneUnited Kingdom Court Blocks US Attempt to Extradite Julian Assange!
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Read The Westchester Guardian – November 14, 2013 Edition

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Ed Koch Commentary: Leaks and More Leaks By ED KOCH

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Last year, Thomas A. Drake, a former employee of the National Security Agency (NSA), was originally charged with a felony under the Espionage Act, a crime subject to a penalty of 35 years.  His defense, in effect, was that he was a whistleblower.  Recently, Drake was given a plea agreement of a misdemeanor with an agreement by the prosecution that …

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Ed Koch Commentary “Heretofore Too Big To Fail; Now, Too Big to Jail” BY Edward I. Koch

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Cement Flaw Revealed; Death Penalty; Julian Assange of WikiLeaks; and Bringing Troops Home An editorial in The New York Times of October 29th states it all: “We have known for some time that a flaw in the cement used on BP’s Macondo well contributed to the disastrous April 20 explosion in the Gulf of Mexico. What we did not know, …

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