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Arresting Private Manning

After spending more than eighteen months of pre-trial confinement in a military prison, most of it under “maximum custody,” alleged WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning has finally begun the judicial process in a military court.

In the second day of his (UCMJ) Article 32 pre-trial hearing, it was revealed that the affidavit that served as the basis for his arrest appears to have been based in large part on unconfirmed or erroneous information.

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Did Wikileaks Force America’s Hand to go after Bin Laden?

One of the more interesting wikileaked cables to come out in the few weeks is a cable from 2008 detailing prisoner files from the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center. In the document released last week it names the courier who we tracked to find Osama, and his working location, namely Pesahwar and Abbottabad.
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Amazon shuts down the Wikileaks site, Lieberman ejaculates in pants.

“The company’s decision to cut off Wikileaks now is the right decision and should set the standard for other companies Wikileaks is using to distribute its illegally seized material…I call on any other company or organization that is hosting Wikileaks to immediately terminate its relationship with them.”
-Joe “Immensely Punchable Face” Lieberman

Luckily for those of us who like government transparency and the reminder that the government doesn’t care about citizens or the UN, you can’t kill anything once it’s on the internet. Right, Tom?

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