Weekly Wrap-Up on Week 2 of Bradley Manning’s Trial

By: Saturday June 15, 2013 1:51 am

With the identity of Edward Snowden, the whistleblower behind disclosures on National Security Agency top secret surveillance programs, forming a backdrop that dominated the news, Pfc. Bradley Manning’s trial entered its second week.  Another whistleblower, who the military has aggressively prosecuted for releasing US government information to WikiLeaks, the trial received minimal attention from media [...]

Jónsdóttir: If Bradley Manning Had Leaked State Secrets in Iceland, He’d Have Been a Hero

By: Tuesday April 9, 2013 10:29 am

Icelandic parliamentarian Birgitta Jonsdottir, who has been a target of the United States’ government’s wide investigation into WikiLeaks, visited the US to show her support for Pfc. Bradley Manning. She was involved in the release of the “Collateral Murder” video of a 2007 Apache helicopter attack in Baghdad, Iraq, that was released just over three [...]

One Year Ago, WikiLeaks Released the Iraq War Logs

By: Saturday October 22, 2011 1:27 pm

More than 390,000 US military field reports from the Iraq War were released by WikiLeaks one year ago. The reports—the Iraq War Logs, which range from 2004 to 2009, revealed the truth of the US occupation of Iraq. When they were released, editor-in-chief Julian Assange hoped the logs would help correct the attacks on the [...]

Another ‘Collateral Murder’ Incident Highlighted in the WikiLeaks Cables

By: Monday August 29, 2011 11:03 am

(photo: Screen shot from the “Collateral Murder” video released by WikiLeaks) Iraq war veteran Ethan McCord, who appears in the “Collateral Murder” video leaked and publicized by WikiLeaks in April 2010, has said the atrocity seen in the video is “one incident of many.” Similar abuses like that happen in Iraq on an almost daily [...]

Documentary on ‘Collateral Murder’ Incident Needs Your Help to Qualify for Academy Award Nomination

By: Wednesday August 17, 2011 12:00 pm

A short documentary film, “Incident in New Baghdad,” has been earning critical praise and awards as it goes from film festival to film festival. The short tells the story of Iraq war veteran Ethan McCord, a soldier who was at the scene of the “Collateral Murder” incident uncovered by WikiLeaks over a year ago. McCord [...]

This Week in WikiLeaks Podcast – Joshua E.S. Phillips on US Military’s Failure to Investigate Torture

By: Sunday July 24, 2011 2:46 pm

Update: Link has been fixed. You should now be able to listen to the podcast. For the past months, I have hosted a show called “This Week in WikiLeaks,” where I bring a guest on to talk about a WikiLeaks-related story or to talk about the latest news and updates on WikiLeaks, an organization that provides [...]

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