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DOCUMENT: Laquan McDonald Murder – Cook County Medical Examiner’s “Report of Postmortem Examination”

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Eva Cockcroft: “Abstract Expressionism, Weapon of the Cold War” (1974)

We are pleased to be able to publish one of the groundbreaking essays which exposed the US Government’s creation of the Abstract Expressionist “art movement” as a weapon to oppose “socialist realism” art and to “prove to the world” that in the USA, artists had a freedom of expression which could be found nowhere else … Continue reading

Demonstrations and Vigils Planned Worldwide June 17-21 to Defend WikiLeaks and End the Persecution of Julian Assange

[UPDATED – 18 JUNE 2018 11:38 PM Chicago time] With the US Government hell-bent on the persecution of WikiLeaks and its founder and editor Julian Assange for the “crime” of telling the workers of the world the truth about “our” governments, and with the UK, USA and Ecuadorean governments having conspired to turn an offer … Continue reading

Friends of WikiLeaks Chicago Monitoring Pro-Fascist Posts of Julian Assange

We would like to inform our readers that we are aware of the recent pro-fascist Twitter postings of @JulianAssange and that we have attempted to contact him in the past few hours directly via communication methods that have worked in the very recent past. We have, for years now, privately warned Julian Assange of the … Continue reading

DOCUMENT RELEASE: 26 Pages of Docs Related to Chicago Police Dept’s Cell Phone Spying Operations

We are pleased to publish a marvelous 26-page document trove which was released 6 February 2017 by “The Atlantic” magazine’s “CityLab” website.  CityLab published a collection of documents from 27 US police departments detailing the extent to which US big-city police agencies have acquired and are using cell phone spying hardware and software.  With this … Continue reading

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to Obama Administration SysAdmins: “Take The Data Now” Before They Destroy It

In a live-streamed interview and Q&A session on the “Periscope” website Monday (9 Jan 2017), Julian Assange of WikiLeaks charged the Obama Administration was in the process of committing “crimes against humanity” by rushing to destroy the most politically sensitive documents in US Government archives before Donald Trump takes office. “Past administrations of both the … Continue reading

US Government: Interfering in European Elections Since At Least the End of World War Two

During the 2016 US Presidential Election, the candidates of the twin parties owned and operated by the US capitalist class – the Republicans and the Democrats – began a campaign of lies and disinformation about what they charged was intolerable Russian intervention in the US electoral process.  The Russians, they alleged, were responsible for the … Continue reading

WikiLeaks Releases Emails from Hillary Clinton’s 2016 US Presidential Campaign Chairman John Podesta

Once again the political world has been stopped in its tracks as WikiLeaks has released yet another tranche of hacked documents leaked to it, this time from the email account of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 US Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Chairman  John Podesta. Podesta has twice been a top adviser to war criminals of the Democratic … Continue reading

Lauri Love case: Text of 16 September 2016 Ruling by Judge Tempia in USA v. Love

We present for our readers the actual ruling in the Lauri Love case handed down by Judge Tempia on 16 September 2016.  We obtained it via the Courage Foundation’s “Free Lauri” website. The Courage Foundation is hosting the international campaign to free Lauri Love and is raising money for the very expensive legal defense case … Continue reading

Free Lauri Love! Workers Should Face Trial In Their Home Countries and Only for Violations of their Own Countries’ Laws

We republish here our response to an op-ed published by Janis Sharp, (mother of Gary McKinnon who successfully fought extradition to the US on similar charges) in “The Guardian” (UK) regarding the decision of a UK judge to uphold the US’ request to extradite Love for alleged “hacker crimes”. The original article can be found … Continue reading

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