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Friends of WikiLeaks – Chicago Twitter Account Censored – Again!

Today, 31 May 2019 we had our Twitter account censored once again. This time it was ostensibly because we castigated a “nurse” who was illegally prescribing drugs to a person over Twitter! We kid you not! Here is the email we got from Twitter (we had to do multiple screenshots to capture it in its … Continue reading

BREAKING: JULIAN ASSANGE INDICTMENT – US v Julian Assange

USA vs JULIAN PAUL ASSANGE INDICTMENT (7 pages, .pdf, 6 March 2018; SOURCE: US Dept of Justice)   Text of official US Dept of Justice announcement announcing the indictment, 11 April 2019:   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, April 11, 2019 WikiLeaks Founder Charged in Computer Hacking Conspiracy ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Julian P. Assange, 47, the … Continue reading

Tor Project Salesmen Appelbaum and Gibson Continue to Flog Useless Tor “Anonymity Software” Around the World. Why?

On 28 December 2014, the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel released a huge tranche of documents from the Snowden archives to the public.  Some of these had been released by the Guardian, the New York Times and the website ProPublica earlier but in redacted or incomplete forms. The Der Spiegel article accompanying the release – “Prying … Continue reading

US Department of Defense Releases List of All 300+ Hollywood Films DoD Helped Produce

Hello friends!  Ever wonder what it means when you see on the Big Screen a reference to the fact that the movie you just watched and had an emotional response to was produced “with the assistance of” the US Military? Just how extensive has the US military’s influence on Hollywood been over the years?  How … Continue reading

Activists Beware: Avoid Making Libellous Statements Based on Info from PLUSD Cables

We’re all having fun rummaging through the US Government’s dirty linen revealed by WikiLeaks this week via the new “Public Library of U.S. Diplomacy” website.  There’s a lot of excellent research material in there, no doubt.  But it comes with a catch: a lot of that information may lead inexperienced activists to make rash and … Continue reading

Transcript: Bradley Manning’s Partial Guilty Plea, 28 February, 2013

This transcript was posted on the Bradley Manning Support Network’s website yesterday.  It is a “rush transcript” produced by Alexa O’Brien.  Thanks to both; FREE BRADLEY MANNING! – Friends of WikiLeaks, Chicago *********************************   http://www.bradleymanning.org/news/update-3113-bradley-mannings-statement-taking-responsibility-for -releasing-docs Update 3/1/13: Bradley Manning’s statement taking responsibility for releasing docs February 28, 2013. Rush transcript by Alexa O’Brien, originally … Continue reading

Tor Project Executive Director Andrew Lewman’s Response to Our 2nd “Open Letter” to Tor

We have just received an email response to our 2nd “Open Letter” to Tor from Andrew Lewman, Executive Director of the Tor Project.  His letter, which we reprint in its entirety, speaks for itself; however, we will publish our response to it later today or tomorrow. Lewman’s letter grossly misrepresents many of the points we … Continue reading

Tor “Sponsor F”: Make Your Product More Useful to Us for Attacks on China

Here is an example of one of the contracts the Tor Project has underway at the present time. Read this and try to figure out who is behind this particular project. You will not that, at the end of the list of project objectives, the country of China is mentioned specifically. We asked Tor Project … Continue reading

Happy 25th Birthday Bradley Manning! May Your Next Birthday be Celebrated in Freedom!

Today is Bradley Manning’s 25th birthday being “celebrated” in the custody of the US Military and the US Government, unfortunately.  We’d like to take this opportunity to send him our best wishes and to say that we hope we’ll all be celebrating his birthday next year at this time with him and his friends and … Continue reading

Julian Assange: Two Years of Cablegate as Bradley Manning Testifies for the First Time

[Note: This article is from The Huffington Post where, apparently, Julian Assange is a regular contributor. – FoWL Chicago] By Julian Assange, Editor-in-Chief and Founder, WikiLeaks Thursday, November 29th, Bradley Manning testified for the first time since his arrest two and a half years ago in Baghdad. Today also marks the two-year anniversary of the … Continue reading

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