In David Miranda’s Case, UK Security Services Argue Traveling with Secret Documents Is ‘Terrorism’

By: Saturday November 2, 2013 11:35 am

Security services in the United Kingdom have accused David Miranda, the husband of journalist Glenn Greenwald, of being “involved in espionage activity” when he traveled from Berlin to Heathrow Airport on his way back to Brazil, where he lives with Greenwald. The security services, Scotland Yard and MI5, decided this “espionage activity” could have potentially [...]

Murdoch Phone Hacking Scandal: Private Investigator Ordered to Reveal Who Gave Hacking Orders

By: Friday August 19, 2011 3:26 pm

Actor Steve Coogan, who has been fighting to uncover details on phone hacking by News of the World. (photo: Beacon Radio) A court has ordered Glenn Mulcaire to disclose information on who gave him the order to hack the phones of Elle Macpherson and at least five other public individuals, including a Liberal Democrat deputy [...]

Letters Reveal Law Firm’s Assessment Did Not Clear News International of Criminal Activity

By: Tuesday August 16, 2011 5:24 pm

James Murdoch at a CSMC parliamentary hearing in July. Murdoch oversees News International. (photo: Ben Terrett) A UK parliamentary committee, the Culture, Sports & Media Committee (CSMC), which has been investigating the News of the World phone hacking scandal for the past months, released letters from various individuals involved in the scandal. The contents include new [...]

London Riots: A Symptom of the ‘Burning’ & ‘Looting’ of UK Public Services

By: Tuesday August 9, 2011 6:21 pm

Birmingham – Tuesday (photo: Beacon Radio) Riots have gripped London for the past four nights and, as communities attempt to clean up, there is increased tension and the possibility of more property damage. Last night, a Sony warehouse was destroyed in a blazing fire. BBC News broadcast images, which would elicit a visceral reaction from [...]

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