US Government Charges Julian Assange under the Espionage Act

The U.S. Justice Department has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with seventeen counts, including violations the Espionage Act. The new counts supersede an indictment that handed down last year but only unsealed in April. That indictment charged Assange with “conspiracy to commit computer intrusion.” In 2010 Army Intelligence Officer Bradley Manning illegally downloaded hundreds of […]

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Former Trump Adviser Roger Stone Shown to Have Direct Communications with WikiLeaks During the Presidential Campaign

Long-time Trump confidant and adviser Roger Stone communicated directly with the cyber-activist website WikiLeaks according to obtained direct messages from the social media platform Twitter.  Both Stone and WikiLeaks had denied communicating directly with each other in the past. As early as August of 2016, Stone had alluded to communications he had with the online […]

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