Wikileaks Posts Script To Julian Assange Movie ‘The Fifth Estate’ Online
WikiLeaks has posted the script online for the upcoming movie, The Fifth Estate, about the anti-secrecy website's creation and its controversial founder, Julian Assange. Also posted was a memo from WikiLeaks that calls the DreamWorks film, quote, "irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful," and offers a point-by-point rebuttal of events portrayed in it, including the suggestion that d
Edward Snowden Leaves Hong Kong
In a real-life version of "Where's Waldo," Edward Snowden, the man wanted on U.S. espionage charges fled Hong Kong and reportedly arrived in Russia. Snowden’s final destination remains unclear. Multiple news agency's are reporting Snowden my travel to Cuba and then on to Caracas, Venezuela...
Political Tax Evaders? Oxymoron?
Can you believe this? Politicians and celebrities accused of tax evasion. Former Swiss banker, Rudolf Elmer, has handed over a disc to wikileaks containing 2,000 names including 40 politicians he believes are guilty of tax evasion. Politicians not paying taxes? If they are found guilty they should be immediately removed from their positions. What do you think?
Wikileaks Strikes Again
Wikileaks is still causing stirs in our political affairs. In a recently released cable, a document written by Gene Cretz about Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi may cause Cretz to lose his role as Ambassador to Lybia. One might think Cretz wrote terrible things to cause his possible resignation but you won't believe what the sensitive material actually is.
So How Was 2010?
From Lame Ducks to poisonous food, news room errors and Beatles on the web. John Stewart and the Daily Show do a quick five minute recap of notable news from what was December 2010. Video inside.
Airplane For Assange?
There is talk that the U.S. is putting together actions to have Mr. Assange, Wikileaks founder, extradited Stateside to be charged with espionage. But could this have a much bigger recoil than anything Mr. Assange is planning to do?
Assange Turns Himself In
After the advertised manhunt yesterday for Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange turned himself in to the authorities. London (CNN) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange handed himself over to police Tuesday, promptly appeared in court where he was denied bail, and left for jail in a police van...
WikiLeaks Founder Offers His Own Threat- The Globe and Mail
Founder, Julian Assange, attempts to fight back against death threats and criminal allegations toward him and his family by threatening the release of his entirety of stolen documents if he is forced to go on trial over sex crime allegations in Sweden.

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