Earlier today the United States Department of Justice revealed 18 new charges against Julian Assange under the US espionage act. Here’s everything you need to know about the circumstances surrounding these new charges.
Yesterday Chelsea Manning’s legal team presented an 8 page OpEd to a Virginia Courtroom, detailing first hand accounts of what she calls “torturous conditions and ‘abuse of the judicial system for political ends.”
Wikileaks Publishes Letter from US Justice Department Outlining Potentiality of Future Charges Under US Espionage Act
Julian Assange’s legal team publishes copy of a letter from US Department of Justice, asking Assange to cooperate with US law enforcement less he be charged with death and/or life imprisonment under US Espionage Act.
Sc0rpi0n Gh0s7 Hacks, Leaks & Defaces Several Government Websites Across Ecuador In Protest of Julian Assange’s Incarceration
For the second time in a week Scorpi0n Gh0s7 of Shad0w Security released a data leak effecting Ecuadorian Government servers, only this time Rogue Media Labs was able to back it up before international authorities took it down.
Anti-Fascist hackers Anonymous Espana release hacks/leaks of 4 Government agencies/offices across the United Kingdom and US in protest of Julian Assange’s arrest last week.
Military documents stolen from France’s Ministry of Defense were leaked online, revealing France’s role in Yemeni War Crimes.
In June 2016 Wikileaks posted a mysterious encrypted torrent file online, with the decryption key kept private as “insurance,” set to a deadmans’s switch, should Assange ever be arrested or killed one day. So, where is it?
Quietly lost in all the shuffle Thursday morning was a press release from the US Department of Justice, outlining the charges/case being brought forward against Assange along with a copy of his official indictment.
Op-Ed: The Upcoming Trial of Julian Assange Is Much More Than A Court Case, It’s A Symbol of Our Time
I woke up this morning and had this on my brain. Sometimes being a content specialist, news writer and activists gives you a perspective few can understand, so I attempted to do my best to put you all in my brain as I sit here today.
Hacktivists Team Up To Hack, Deface, Leak or Crash 39 Ecuadorian Websites Within First 24 Hours After Assange’s Arrest
Almost immediately after Julian Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in handcuffs, hackers the world over began launching cyber attacks against Ecuadorian infrastructure in protest.
The Courage Foundation Publishes “The Assange Precedent,” Outlining The Dangers To Journalism Presented by The Trial of Julian Assange
Earlier today The Courage Foundation released “The Assange Precedant,” outlining the future dangers to all publishers/journalists should Trumps prosecution or the DNC’s lawsuit against him go forward.
Transcript of Trumps estranged lawyer reveals that Donald Trump was in contact with Julian Assange throughout the course of his Presidential campaign, and had been made aware of leaks well before Wikileaks ever released them to the public.
Wikileaks Releases “US Embassy Shopping List,” +16,000 Procurement Requests/Documents Released from US Embassies Worldwide
Wikileaks announces their latest release, a database of +16,000 documents from US embassies worldwide, chronicling international procurement requests attempting to mooch off the US Governments tit for free funding, supplies, surveillance equipment and more.
In a joint operation between AnonOps and CyberGuerrilla, hackers released a dox of thousands of FBI agents/officials and hundreds of French Police officers, as well as a list of subdomains and IP Addresses attached to MI6, CIA and FBI websites.
An inside look at how the fall of AnonHQ has helped me on through today, as well as what I am attempting to accomplish through this site and the material I cover on it.
In one of the most ironic mistakes I have ever heard of, the US DOJ has just accidentally leaked some of the charges expected to be filed against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange once his asylum in Ecuador comes to an end.