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Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

01:03 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. President Biden says the choice is clear after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade, talking with governors from states including New York and Illinois Biden said Americans need to elect individuals who will push to make row the law of the land in Congress. Biden said otherwise, Republicans will try for a national ban on abortions. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is appealing the UK government's decision to extradite him to the U.S.. Lisa Taylor has more. The appeal is the latest part of the story that began when Assange's website published classified U.S. documents. He faces 17 charges of espionage, and one charge of computer misuse, Assange has been in custody in the UK since 2019 when he was arrested for skipping bail in a different legal battle. His lawyer set Assange would face inhuman treatment in the U.S. and would be unable to receive a fair trial. Uber is releasing its latest safety report and the number of sexual assaults, according to the company it received just over 3800 reports of sexual assault and misconduct from 2019 through 2020. That's a 38% decrease from their prior report from 2017 through 2018. The decline coincides with the pandemic, which resulted in a drop in ridership, buying all the foods for that 4th of July cookout will cost about 17% more this year. That's according to the annual survey done by the farm bureau. That you're going to be buying perhaps for the hamburgers. You're also looking at things like eggs or really up compared to a year ago. Gary Joyner with the Texas farm bureau says this is all caused by high gas prices and inflation, which is driving up the cost of just about everything. Simone Biles and the late Steve Jobs will be among the latest recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Biles is a decorated Olympic champion and jobs cofounded Apple. They'll be honored in a White House ceremony next Thursday. I'm Brian shook. A Catholic Church in Kentucky is working to make amends with the LGBTQ community, Michael kasner explains St. Paul Catholic Church in Lexington held a service of apology to the community yesterday on the last day of Pride Month. Leaders at the congregation said they wanted to make up for the church's discrimination and lack of compassion toward the LGBTQ community. Multiple religious leaders spoke at the service about their journey toward acceptance in their lives, reverend Richard Watson called the service unprecedented within the region. I'm Michael kassner. Baltimore Ravens player Jalen Ferguson's death is being ruled and overdose from the combined effects of cocaine and fentanyl. The 26 year old was found unresponsive in his north Baltimore home last month. Ferguson's death was said to be an accident after an autopsy by a medical examiner's office. The outside linebacker was entering his fourth NFL season in Baltimore. He leaves behind his fiance and three children. A marker is being placed at a formally segregated middle Georgia cemetery, Matt McClure has more. The city of Jackson is recognizing a group of historical, black residents, the Jackson progress Argus, says that a plaque was unveiled during the city's Juneteenth celebration commemorating 100 people who were buried in unmarked graves. The plaque is in section ten of the Jackson city cemetery, the mayor said we don't know their names, but we do know their history and the price they paid. At the time, the cemetery was created, it was segregated and black and white graves were separated by a fence. That fence has since been long gone. I'm Matt McClure

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Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US

"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against the British government's decision last month to order his extradition to the U.S. The appeal filed at London's high court is the latest twist in a decade long legal saga sparked by his website's publication of classified U.S. documents no further details about the appeal were immediately available Assange's supporters staged protests before his 51st birthday on Saturday his wife Stella among people outside the home office calling for his release from prison Julian Assange has battled in British courts for years to avoid being sent to the U.S. where he faces 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misuse Charles De Ledesma London

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Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:30 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

"Are dealing with delays. Aviation consultant Mike Boyd said everything being electronic can cause issues. When I was at Laguardia, you had a lot of people there. Today it's all electronic. So when something works well, it works well, but when flights cancel or you have any kind of off schedule operations, it's very hard to yell at a ticket. So that's one of the problems. At least 14% of both airlines flights have been late in taking off. The founder of WikiLeaks is appealing a decision by the UK government to extradite him to the United States, the appeal is the latest part of the story that began when Julian Assange's website published classified U.S. documents. Stocks are higher to start the second half of 2022. All three major indexes were up about 1% as home builders stocks led the market higher. The Dow Jones gained 321 points to 31 O 97. I'm

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Judge sends Assange extradition decision to UK government

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Judge sends Assange extradition decision to UK government

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Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:41 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wikileaks" discussed on All Things Considered

"At one on 90.1. This economy is not just about the numbers. It's about the people showing up to work every day as well. We will tell you their stories, and time on marketplace. This evening at 6 30 on 90.1 WAB. Live from NPR news and Culver City California, I am Dwayne Brown. One week after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, President Biden met with a group of democratic governors today in an effort to consider ways to protect access to abortions. The president is calling on voters to turn out in force ahead of the midterm election, saying, if Republicans make gains in Congress this November, things could get worse. Not my I predict. If we don't, if we don't take this, keep the Senate increasing in the house, we're going to be in a situation where the Republicans are going to pass. A nationwide prohibition consistent with what the Supreme Court ruled. Several governors asked Biden to consider using federal VA and military hospitals to help provide more care, something The White House has previously ruled out. Biden says if Democrats make gains in the November elections, they can seek to protect abortion rights through Congress and federal law. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has sought permission at the high court in London to appeal his extradition to the U.S., where he faces dozens of charges, including spying, from London, villa Marx reports. Britain's my senior law enforcement official pretty Patel ruled last month there was no lawful reason Assange could not be extradited to the U.S. to stand trial after the UK Supreme Court confirmed his extradition should proceed. Assange in Australian citizen had until Friday to appeal Patel's ruling to London's high court after a years long legal tussle that stems from the publication more than a decade ago of leaked U.S. Military diplomatic documents tied to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He's been housed in belmarsh prison since the government of Ecuador withdrew his asylum state to several years ago, allowing British peace to take him from the country's London embassy. U.S. prosecutors want him on 18 separate charges, including one of spying, his lawyers say he could face a prison sentence of up to a 175 years for NPR news I'm villa Marx in London. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street as we head into a long holiday week. Weekend, this is NPR. From WAB news in Atlanta, good afternoon, I'm Jim burris. It's 5 32. Scattered thunderstorms are possible every day this holiday weekend and might put a damper on fireworks shows and backyard celebrations. Strong to severe storms have already hit north and central Georgia this week. Ansley long is a meteorologist with the national weather service's peachtree city office. She says, there are some primary threats to look out for. Some gusty winds possibly damaging winds as well as heavy rainfall and frequent lightning. That's kind of going to be the forecast for much of the weekend and for the July 4th as well. The national weather services don't expect a complete wash out though instead look for moments of sunshine that are disrupted by periods of showers and thunderstorms. That pattern moves in tomorrow and 6 with us into Sunday with more the same forecast for Monday, morning. New laws are

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Support True the Vote in Their Crusade for Election Integrity

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Support True the Vote in Their Crusade for Election Integrity

"Let's talk more about citizen empowerment to close out here. So this is all ongoing. There's going to be a lot of attacks against you guys a lot there. So what can people do? And then I want you guys to just totally you have my permission. Tell the audience how you can get support and help. Because you need it and you're going to need it because the Republican establishment, they won't be bothered by this. They'd rather lose admirably Vichy French. Most of these big D.C. organizations establishment, they're fine sitting down there endowments. You guys are in the trenches. You're the one that raised the 2 million bucks. You're the one that's connected to a supercomputer, right? So answer that first and then the citizen empowerment side. Well, what people can do to help. I mean, go to treat the vote dot org and support us. I mean, this is money. You guys need money. This is, this is not for the faint of heart. I mean, we are playing at a at a level beyond to get to this kind of data, and you are exactly right. The attacks are going to come and they're going to come hard, and that was part of the calculus that we signed up for. We know it. So I got to ask you, why are you doing this? Because you could just not do it. Well, can you though? I mean, plenty of people do, Brian Kemp does. Well, yeah. I guess that's true. I can't. I can't be complicit in this. I've long said if elections aren't truly fair, we are not truly free. And that's it. And Charlie, the other thing that we need money for is this movie is going to be huge. We believe. 2000 meals. It's going to do it. And you guys are the protagonists in the film. We brought it to dinesh because the news stations wouldn't run it. I think I was smart to do. But what we're planning on after that, remember, we have two petabytes of information. We have cell phone pings. We have video. We have all manner of documents. We have all sorts of things. Catherine and I have long talked about this in our intention at this point. Is at some point shortly after the video runs, we're going to pull the rip cord. We're going to release all of this. Totally transparent. All of it. Give it all to the American people. So like WikiLeaks style. But legal. But legal. And say, do with it what you will. Now you can see what nobody's shown you to this point. So the movie is the kind of the build up. And then you're going to get discredited, isolated incident, dinesh was a Fallon pardoned by Trump, all that crap they're going to try to do. And you'll say, you want to dance? Let's do it. Here you go. Let's

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Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Bio-Labs and Deep State Lies: The Truth With Candace Owens

"Work in Ukraine to eliminate the remnants of Soviet Union's illegal biological program. Like, okay, it takes 17 years to remove a buy a lot. Like maybe like 5, you know, maybe at the TSA speed like ten, but like 17 years to get rid of a bio lab, like really? I mean, that's where we're at the point where. And by the way, they lied about snake island, right? They lied about the ghost of Kyiv. You know, there's been a lot of kind of disinformation. That's what happens in war, right? So here's what it said in WikiLeaks really quick from 2008. We know that somewhat the government was doing in Ukraine from documents released by WikiLeaks. In a 2008 cable, it was revealed by Andrew Weber of OSD CTR, the type of cooperative threat reduction program held a discussion with the Ukrainian official, but the need to create one central lab in Ukraine that would house its most dangerous pathogens because amongst other reasons quote the U.S. seeks to consolidate the strains and pathogens that could be used by terrorists on humans or agricultural targets. That's WikiLeaks in 2008. Right. And this is all, these are the conversations that the American people should be having because as I said, the implications here are much larger and way beyond what's happening between Ukraine and Russia. What is art? We've never gotten an official answer about the Wuhan lab. And we know that American money was there. And I think what they're trying to do is play a game of semantics when it comes to bioweapon, right? Versus biological research. Here's the thing. If you're researching dangerous pathogens, those are weapons, right? If they are leaked out of a lab, they become well weapons. So for them to try to play this game of semantics and go, well, this is just for research purposes. Nobody should be accepting that as an excuse. Why are we researching so many dangerous pathogens? And like I said, the opposition party in Ukraine a few years ago before zelensky locked the guy up, was saying that they were having unusual outbreaks in Ukraine and serbians was reporting on this as well. All around these bio labs that our Department of Defense has been funding. And

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John Zmirak Has Some Thoughts About David Brooks and His Latest Article

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 5 months ago

John Zmirak Has Some Thoughts About David Brooks and His Latest Article

"But today somebody sent me an article written by David Brooks and I thought I'd like to talk to you about it. So I sent you the horrifying story and maybe we can talk about it. Yeah, first of all, I'd like to say that I heard through the Grapevine from the journalistic friend a couple of years ago that David Brooks was discerning and drifting near evangelical Christian circles. Yeah. So maybe we should be careful and criticizing him. Be gentle and criticizing him. Keep in mind that David Brooks, I think, was also one of the journalists named as being in the bag for Hillary Clinton in the WikiLeaks file. So put those two things together in your head. And what this column by Brooks column. It's a 3000 word rent. What it tells me is no. David Brooks has not become a Christian and David Brooks will not become a Christian barring some kind of Damascus road miracle. Because David Brooks is like the young man who went away sad. Remember the young man who came up to Jesus and said, I followed along. Look how great I am. Am I going to go to heaven and Jesus said, yo, well, this case sounds like you're following the rules, but the young man insists. And then Jesus says, well, in your case, sell all you have and give it to the poor, and the young man goes. That interested in the kingdom of God and walks away sad. David Brooks would not think of alienating the editors at The New York Times for the sake of his immortal

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 UK court to rule on Assange bid to prevent US extradition

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

UK court to rule on Assange bid to prevent US extradition

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UK court to rule on request to send Assange to US for trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

UK court to rule on request to send Assange to US for trial

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Assange partner: extradition to US is 'unthinkable'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Assange partner: extradition to US is 'unthinkable'

"The poem the wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the decision to extradite him to the US would be totally unacceptable as U. S. authorities launch a new battle to make a song face American justice Stella Morris spoke outside the court to assign to supporters you can't courts are now faced with this decision about whether they can extradite a journalist in the country that was plotting to kill it would be unthinkable that they would go along with it I hope the justice will be served appealing against an earlier legal decision on attorney for the U. S. government on Wednesday denied the song his mental health was too fragile to withstand the U. S. judicial system Charles the last month London

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 US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

"The US is asking the Britain's High Court to overturn a judge's decision that Julian a song she should not be sent to America to face espionage charges in January a local judge refused an American request to extradite assault on spying charges a decade ago denying extradition on health grounds and saying the sound was likely to kill himself if held under harsh US prison conditions now an attorney for the U. S. government James Lewis argues that judge was incorrect when she wrote the songs would be a risk of suicide because of any oppressive conditions the authorities also argue a song does not meet the threshold of being so ill that he cannot resist harm himself the hearing is expected to last from four to six weeks Charles Taylor this month

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"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

"Lead to bin ali in his wife being exiled to saudi arabia. And no they basically they you know what was uncovered was that ben ali's wife. Her family was basically just completely looting the fa- like looting the country just so you know oligarchy of looting stealing and they go to saudi arabia with gold bullion and gold bars and their plane. They become the government of tunisia station knelt. But then you know they're the one tunisia's like a one government or one arab country that doesn't end up completely screwed through a horrible civil war after After the arab spring because in the egypt said oh how about that and you know they went in they overthrew their puppet dictator hosni mubarak and know of course they ended up having elections and know the muslim brotherhood wins and then No in response to the muslim brotherhood winning. Which wasn't surprising at all day The american coup said. Hey you voted for the wrong person. So you know. They end up installing fata. El-sisi who's basically just mubarak's clone also led to the revolution libyan syria which were basically just subverted by now the quote unquote free world to remove qaddafi. And eventually well try to remove by sheer el-saad for power That's ramp another. Another thing to come out of the wikileaks was missing. Another massive consequence was So wiki leaks released that these. Us soldiers handcuffed and executed women and children during two thousand six raid and they killed the baby at point blank range and then what guys did is that. They called an air strike to destroy all the evidence and this was. This was the same time. When obama was trying to renegotiate with iraq to keep the keep american troops there and then when the news came out in iraq that confirmed these brutal murderers of this of this poor family in and they try to cover it up like the lapd..

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"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

"Excuse me After twenty years now and you know in in the news story in in the episode that we're Doing about it. You know we point out how you know we didn't win this war and that it was grossly under reported on terms of the violence and the chaos that ensued and and how unwinnable it was and the afghan war logs or i think they also call it. The afghan war diary was basically this massive dump by manning of internal us military logs of the in afghanistan and it it was at the time at least it was considered to be one of the largest military leaks in us history. It contained shift on documents over ninety thousand Reports and word documents In that span between two thousand four and two thousand nine which isn't even the full length of the entire war so you can imagine how much more shit as probably you know flying around and you beat before what's interesting about this. Particularly is that before They released it publicly. Wikileaks actually provided this to three major publications which i thought was a pretty smart move You know by by getting them to have that information first before they put it out to the public so that they can vet it And they were able to confirm the authenticity in the three publications that they send it to was the guardian New york times and dish beagle And in his like thousands of pages on boiling down to which is a couple of sentences here. But you know the these documents obviously showed. Hey gruesome picture of the death. Count's and the violence In this particular. Warren and there were an in particularly. There was many hundreds of incidents that you know went. Unreported of you. Excuse me of civilian casualties so you know. Be in probably very much like the in the baghdad attack. There was a similar situations happening in afghanistan. Where they just weren't officially reporting them but there were internal reports that were going around about him..

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"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on Bro History

"Well that is the consequence when you decide that you want to spread light or leak information to the public. The change policy because that's usually the motivation for leakers as at their leaking information to The public because they either have guilty conscious or you know. They think that there should be some sort of policy change right. We now all about that with our episode on the pentagon papers pretty much the exact situation yeah and daniel ellsberg knew very well that he was going to go he was probably going to serve life in prison and now it was it was. He was lucky that he didn't go to jail right. He was he didn't go to prison. Didn't serve life in prison just because of nixon's shenanigans making it just like kind of a circus trial As far as like you know burglarizing ham and allegedly trying to assassinate him and trying to bribe the judge. Obviously it's now his nixon kind of screwed himself. But i mean that's good. Because i think it's a great that daniel ellsberg is not rotting in prison right now and he's been an activist for this for owner ninety in his nineties exactly. He's still an activist to vital. He still kicking. Listen to that episode's really really interesting. Yeah and there have been people in the national security state leaking documents since forever and major newspapers have been publishing them. So in the case of daniel ellsberg with the pentagon papers. That's the new york times in washington post and it's hard to kind of like the line where people are trying to figure out now is what's the difference between wikileaks and the new york times when they published classified materials or classified documents. Is there a difference. Do you think there's a difference Maybe we'll see well according to new york times legal team they don't see difference that essentially prosecuting julian assange for leaking classified information. That basically gives a right to really put anyone in jail either. The leaky or the league. The league leaky or the leaker. I mean the which which is scary. Which is a very scary precedent. That very mu very is the whistleblower. It's it's very much so a scary president. I think you know. There's there's certain components of assange story specifically that i think warrant some conversation Particularly in his motivations To get some of the documents and in his methods in order to get them i think. Many of those arguments are are weak in comparison to the overall judgment. That as you pointed out in your times as legal team sees no legal difference between But their columnists still call mister. Very anti sanju. But their legal team their legal analysts are like. There's really no difference between what we do and what he does it. It says at the president precedent that if they can do this to assange they can do this to any reporter with of with any type of classified secret for any palladian read as far as freedom of speech in as far as your first amendment rights in just transparency among.

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Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an Ecuadorean court revokes the citizenship for Juliana Sasha Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of wikileaks founder Julian Assange he received Ecuadorian citizenship in January twenty eighteen as part of a failed attempt to make him a diplomat to get him out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London Sandra native of Australia spent seven years inside the embassy trying to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault the song has been held in London's high security Belmarsh prison since April twenty nineteen after being arrested for skipping bail seven years earlier in a separate case Saanjh is under indictment in the US on espionage charges related to wikileaks publication of thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents hi Mike Rossio

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"wikileaks" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today we're covering the leak of seventy five thousand documents detailing top secret. Us war intelligence to major news media around the world. Let's go back to eastern baghdad iraq on july twenty fifth two thousand ten that morning americans woke to something they thought they'd never see headlines from the guardian dir sh- beagle and the new york times screamed. The nation's darkest secrets about the war in iraq case files regarding civilian casualties war footage and battle reports were splashed across screens and newsprint. Any one of those stories would have made a bad day for us military commanders and politicians. The press had gotten a hold of seventy five thousand of them. The source was said to come from an obscure open. Government website called wikileaks from that day forward. Wikileaks founded by thirty eight year old. Julian assange became an irritating and untouchable thorn in the us. Government side but the true origins of the leak came from a military camp in war torn baghdad the culprit twenty two year old chelsea. Manning wasn't sure if she'd done the right thing on one hand. She wanted accountability for those responsible for the top secret crimes on the other hand she worried that because of her actions innocent people might be put in danger while top u. s. officials tried to contain the damage they also launched an investigation to find out how the information got out in the first place chelsea. Manning had always believed in fighting injustice in her youth. She presented as a gay man. She was raised mostly by her older sister since her actual parents were severe. Alcoholics at school bullies ridiculed her for her more feminine behavior finding herself alone without a future and struggling with her identity chelsea heard her calling across the seas. The iraq war was launched in two thousand three when she was fifteen and the. Us army was looking for men and women who wanted to make a difference..

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UK Court Allows US to Appeal Denial of Assange's Extradition

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

UK Court Allows US to Appeal Denial of Assange's Extradition

"Britain's High Court who's going to do the U. S. government permission to appeal the decision the wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be sent to the U. S. to face espionage charges the judicial office says the appeal had been granted and the case would be listed for a High Court hearing although no dates being set so far the judge ordered the song she must remain in prison during any potential U. S. appeal as he has an incentive to abscond if you were freed in January a local judge had refused an American request to send the song to the U. S. the district judge had denied extradition on health grounds saying the signage was likely to kill himself if held under harsh US prison conditions Charles the last month London

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Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon, dozens of others

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon, dozens of others

"President trump issues a hundred and forty three last minute pardons and commutations before leaving office among them former chief strategist Steve Bannon allies of trump and his family ex members of Congress and some rappers besides Bannon others include former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick convicted of corruption former congressman Duke Cunningham convicted of accepting more than two million in bribes Republican fundraiser Elliott Brady who pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate foreign lobbying laws Jared Kushner's friend can person charged with cyberstalking Lobsang Grillo a dad caught up in the college admissions scandal rapper Lil Wayne convicted on weapons charges death row records co founder Michael Harry O. Harris behind bars for attempted murder Paul Erickson ex boyfriend of Russian agent Maria BUTINA convicted of defrauding oil investors missing from the list wikileaks founder Julian Assad and hard working star Joe exotic I'm Julie Walker

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail by London court

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail by London court

"Judge has denied bail to wikileaks. Founder julian assange who has been jailed in britain since twenty nine as he fights extradition to the united states ordering him to remain in prison while the courts consider an appeal by us authorities against a decision to not extradite him on monday. The judge rejected the request. Sentence on should the us face espionage charges on health

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U.K. judge denies Julian Assange's request for release on bail

NPR News Now

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. judge denies Julian Assange's request for release on bail

"A judge has rejected wikileaks founder. Julian assange is bid to be released from prison as he fights. Us extradition attempts on espionage charges assange has been held at london's high-security belmarsh prison since april of twenty nineteen arrested for skipping. Bail on a separate legal battle two days ago. A judge denied the. Us request send assange to the us to face those charges for publishing secret military documents a decade ago. The us says it will appeal that decision. North

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WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail in UK

Hugh Hewitt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail in UK

"A British judge, denying bail to Wikileaks founder Julian Asan, who has been jailed in Britain since 2019 as he fights extradition to the US, the judge ordering a sandwich to remain behind bars. The courts consider an appeal by U. S authorities against the decision not to

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Microsoft Solar Winds Breach, Slack Outage, Assange Denied Extradition, Singapore Police Use Contact Tracing Data

Cyber Security Headlines

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Solar Winds Breach, Slack Outage, Assange Denied Extradition, Singapore Police Use Contact Tracing Data

"Microsoft source code accessed by solarmax attackers as part of its ongoing investigation into the solar wind supply chain attack. Microsoft discovered it systems were infiltrated beyond just the presence of militia code with the attackers able to view source code in a number of repositories while able to view the code. The attackers did not gain permission to modify any code or systems. The company said it did not see any production systems or customer data access or found any indication. It systems were used to attack. Other organizations slack suffers a massive outage. Looks like slack head a case of the mondays because the team messaging service was down for several hours on january. Fourth uses began reporting issues around ten am eastern with slack. Managing the issues on its support page around ten fourteen. Am saying the issues connecting to the service and messaging but classifying it as a full blown outage around eleven. Twenty am by one pm slack. Support advise that users should be able to reconnect with degraded performance but that counter integrations and email notifications for. Dm's we're still having issues. Slack did not specify the reason for the outage. uk judge denies assange extradition to the us. The judge ruled that wikileaks founder. Julian assange cannot be extradited to the united states to face trial on charges for violating the espionage act. the judge ruled that extradition would be unjust and oppressive. Setting assange is mental. Health would put them at extreme risk of suicide if extradited to the us the judge rejected assange s defence however that the charges weren't attack on press freedom and politically motivated saying the. Us brought the case in good faith in two thousand nineteen asandra charged with seventeen counts of violating the espionage act resulting from the publication of documents provided by former us army intelligence analyst chelsea manning. Singapore police can use contact tracing data in criminal investigations. Singapore's minister of state for home affairs desmond tan confirmed that law enforcement can use data from the country's trace together contact tracing app and wearable token as part of the country criminal procedure code. When the app token were introduced the government said data would never be accessed unless there was a positive test insisting token was not a tracking device and that all data would be encrypted for twenty five days before being automatically deleted tan also said that misuse of contact tracing data by unauthorized users was still subject to fines and up to two years in jail

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UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

Daily Tech News Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

"Uk judge vanessa. Barrett sir westminster magistrates. Courts ruled that wikileaks founder. Julian assange cannot be extradited to the united states to face trial. On charges of violating the espionage act the judge ruled that extradition would be unjust and oppressive citing that assange is mental. Health would put him at extreme risk of suicide if extradited to the us the judge rejected us on just defense at the charges. Were an attack on press freedom seeing that the brought the case in good faith in two thousand nineteen assange was charged with seventeen counts of violating the espionage act resulting from the publication of documents provided by former us army intelligence analyst chelsea. Manning

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

"Judge in London today ruled against the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange Onge to the U. S. He's been indicted on charges of violating the Espionage Act. The judge said the risk of suicide if a Sanchez extradited is too high. The verdict was a surprise. It prompted a huge cheer among Assan just supporters outside the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court. The judge's verdict says that Julian Assange will not be extradited to the United States to stand trial on mental health grounds. She says that he's the past is despairing on that conditions in U. S jails, which she described as oppressive could make him a serious suicide risk that CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer

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"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Wikileaks founder Julian Osanai continues his fight against extradition to the US where he faces the likelihood of spending the rest of his life in prison. A judge in London Monday denied his request to push an extradition hearing into next year. Wiki Leaks editor Christian ref Tsen Says the US just recently accused of sands of conspiring with hackers to obtain classified information. It's preparation, of course, has been thrown off track because only three weeks ago, the Americans introduce a totally new document, which is an insult to UK. Just a system on DH is an attempt to derail the entire proceedings. The president said he wants slavery taught in schools but decried what he calls Revisionist history President Trump criticizing protesters who are trying to eliminate the Confederate flag and other reminders of the nation slave past. I'm not a believer in cancel culture the good of the dead. But the president himself has urged Americans to cancel companies that took actions which angered him. He has urged boycotts on Goodyear, Apple, Macy's, HBO, Mexico, Italy, Even Oreos and the field. ABC NEWS Washington, New Hampshire Republican State representative James Spillane is under investigation and facing calls to resign after putting up then taking down a social media post calling for the burning and looting of houses displaying black lives matter. Signs. This is ABC News. How do smart, hardworking roofing contractors run job smoothly? Even remotely? They save time with Beacon Beacon Pro.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

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"wikileaks" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Out secrets concerning the US government, and very classified sensitive documents is arrested and charged with a plethora of crimes, hey, everybody, Kate Delaney. That's where we start. It is all about Julian Assange because it's been a long time where he was holed up in an embassy in London. If you remember it's been seven years so WikiLeaks, founder Assange who has portrayed himself as a champion of free press is now under the thumb of the US government. The US department of Justice's decision to charge him with conspiring to government computers limits ability certainly to mount of vigorous free speech defense. That's what a lot of legal experts. Anyway, are saying, and you know, you think about this. What's the attorney general is saying? Is that a Sasha put millions of lives at risk all over the world. When the president was asked for his reaction to Assange's arrests. He said, I know nothing. The US indictment is pretty interesting. I have to say that. And the Assange deal is something that will be watched closely. He was picked up at the Ecuadorian embassy, and the hacking charge really would undercut any free speech defense for house that I can imagine you can remember when he was out there pumping fists, and as the WikiLeaks founder and the man who was champing champing really champing of free speech easy for me to say. Now again, under under US charges, and what the charge alternately means. You know, the indictment of Lookie leaks publications of emails damaging the twenty sixteen democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Excetera a British police carried us on out of Vic doors embassy in London on Thursday after his seven years Silom. There was revoked the US department of Justice said the forty seven year old was arrested under extradition treaty between the US and Britain. Berry Pollock a lawyer. For Sonn suggested the statement that the indictment could chill press freedom. He said this is damaging journalists should be deeply troubled by the unprecedented charges. So, you know, the Justice department debated for years whether prosecuting Assange and WikiLeaks quitting Crotone first amendment protections or not what do you think does trample on the first amendment? So the department under President Obama made a conscious decision not to bring charges against him on the grounds that WikiLeaks activities were too similar to what controversial journalist do. Now. That's over. So prosecutors are. Going to emphasize the cracking password as far outside the realm of what respectable journalists do. And as the world turns in this is huge huge news. So no more asylum extradited from England and facing charges, and there's no question. He's either hero to some or treasonous enemy to to others. Assange has been that guy from day one. When he dumped a lot of secret information, you know out there. So this is the story that is getting a lot of attention and not surprisingly because should be it should get a lot of attention. Because to what we were always talking about fake news and news that's real and freedom of the pros and the kind of nut kind of. But the tricky waters that we have already, but he definitely released sensitive documents. And it comes down to that comes down to what sticks. I mean. You know that ole to midly is the bottom line. That's the deal. All right. If I was gonna pick out a story that affects all of us, probably listening to this show say probably because they can't one hundred percent claim that every single one of us every one of affected by it. But it's really feels that way to me a look around the cities where I'm traveling to including my own city. And you look at infrastructure and we've talked about that for a long time money for bridges. That look like, they're, you know, there's aging and crumbling the ground, and the Democrats are trying to up to two trillion to invest in infrastructure that will be an interesting battle, the the leaders in congress said on Thursday that they're going to seek Trump support in the coming weeks for that legislation to dump two trillion to rebuild that like I said cities infrastructures roads, bridges schools that whole kind of thing and I'm thinking. Nancy Pelosi saying it has to be at least one trillion I'd like to see closer to two trillion. She said there'd be discussions on hell such an amount could be financed. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell Republican told reporters that the financing issue was a major obstacle. And he said, I'm all for taking it up infrastructure legislation. Once you know, once the president and Democrats and everybody says, okay, here's how we're gonna pay for it soon as that magically. And I like what he said as soon as that magically appears I think we have a way forward McConnell makes sense here at where's the way forward. Of course, we need help with infrastructure. Of course, we need to put money into that. Where's that money coming from? Anything of the president? He hasn't gotten any funding for his wall. The arguments over the southern border. I don't know. This could be an interesting in a way, it could be an interesting cell because the president wanted I think at one time he he announced the interest for infrastructure, and certainly on this show. We've had those discussions. I I think this is again, another another sticky issue. Give me what I want give you you want. And there's no way the Democrats are gonna fund that wall a hundred percent, there's just no way. So he's not going to get the ultimate. He's not gonna get the ultimate thing that he wants. And does that what does that mean that backs off of a planned somebody else puts out there for infrastructure problems? I'm gonna say. Yeah. I'm going to say that there's a good cans that happens. They sense to me for sure right? In the meantime, no surprise just small let has been smacked with a lawsuit. And of course, city Chicago's furious about what happened there, and they say that that this is wrong. This carriage of Justice that small Smallwood is not being charged for anything that he's done. He's out. And the lawsuit says he misled cops by describing white attackers washed for this case because it could be precedent-setting. If you know what I mean could be is the is the word they're not that it will be. But it could be I just regret when the spread of this in talking to somebody about space today that used to work at at NASA and was glowing about some of the work. They did. And I happen to see this space x launch mega mega racket. 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"wikileaks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Us from WikiLeaks. It's been amazing. What's coming out on WikiLeaks? Now, he's referring to that over and over joined the campaign. He continues extrapolates even more the corruption of the Clintons knows no limits. And we've known that for a long time today WikiLeaks release new emails from early two thousand fifteen from Clinton campaign staffers discussing how friendly Hillary was with attorney general, Loretta Lynch. Oh, I'm shocked to hear. So this was a very very critical piece of his happiness during a period of time, there Wiki leaks WikiLeaks provided him with endless moments of delight Blee. But not only the president journalists couldn't wait. He will. Wait, you know, they'd be waiting for that tweet. Right. That would say new drop, and they'd have hold the visions within the newspapers TV stations. Twenty four hour news stations couldn't get enough of the Wiki leaks crops, and we couldn't I think Americans even though I don't think. Really weighed that much on their thought process. They just have carriers interests. Like, we always have Icaria Cinches. I wonder what they've got. I wonder what inside of tease us said. Well, the the world five minutes, and you're going to get the drop your it is good. But then all of a sudden after almost pudding Assange on pedestal even to the point with Sean Hannity, which interviewing Sean, you know, the Fox News channel seemed that. He wrote a solvent hero it to some to some people in the realm. Then all of a sudden as United States has moved to have him sent to the United States for prosecution from the UK indicted over the the manning issue, that's a whole other separate issue. But he was the president all of a sudden, maybe it's the mention that setting and cuts. He didn't seem to remember. We can eat sit. All I know nothing.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

10:55 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"What happened with Assange that will be a determination? I would imagine mostly by the attorney general doing extreme job sober. He'll be making a determination. I know nothing really about something. Not my deal in life. Nobody not my deal in life. So we have the contrast thing spin on Julian Assange here, we have a WikiLeaks person. The WikiLeaks editor Kristen roughness son on indictment to poor the poor basically doing what you should be doing that his publishing. So he's given the, you know, he's a journalist. He's journalist, and he it should be treated like a journalist. Here's the judge Andrew Napolitano, I have to tell you in my opinion. Julian Assange is a hero. What he published was truthful information that the American public and the world had the right to see. Well, do you think he's a hero? He may have published truthful injuries. What he did was he he hacked into computers, and then he leaked classified information. All right. And he he was assisted by that manning character who's in jail. Now. Manning a soldier? Was working for the US military. So we'll explain the differences there at because you as you know, Assange is a foreign dude. He's a stray line, right? He was born in Queensland, and he is on a straight news, a foreign national, and he he's going to be judged on for different reasons than people like manning or Snowden who definitely committed treason. They're Americans that went against their sworn oath, sworn either military oath or national security oath. So let's you know, let's let's contrast. The opinions Jay Johnson. I saw him. I was on FOX and friends this morning. You know, it's national barbershop quartet date guys. Who are you aware that it's national barbershop quartet day? Of course. Yes. That was one of the big important things on FOX and friends this morning that and former head of homeland security Jay Johnson. I think we should have taken priority. But we went on after him. But here's Jay Johnson. He doesn't think Assange he thinks he is no hero out some point. There may be a debate about whether he is legitimate journalist, and that was legitimate journalistic activity. But I do not regard him as a hero. Okay. He does not regard him as a hero and Meghan McCain does not regard him as a hero. This is some of the ladies on the view giving all of their opinions on Julian Assange or is the president calls him, Julian Assange, or Chelsea Manning was granted clemency Chelsea Manning in two thousand seven hundred and fifty thousand classified and sensitive military documents that had our national security under the Obama administration. She was given clemency something that a lot of people who put national security. I I put myself in that category had been warning about and warning about warning about and the only time the Democrats started carrying is when it started affecting them, politically and Hillary Clinton's emails were released John Podesta's emails released doesn't. Happen with him. That's my so, here's here's the hell. Hope he rots in L says Meghan McCain and she went on and on about how she's been consistent on this. She was consistent on it. During a bomb consistent on during Trump. Clemency is manning out. What's up with manning in jail out of jail and who granted clemency? Obama. Well, let's find out what kind of clemency and for what reason because I was not aware that manning was completely released. If that's the case. I think manning is a lot guiltier than Assange, but we will go on here. Here's sunny hostile. She says watch out, you know, this is our constitution protects people like this. First of all, it has nothing to do with our constitution because he's foreign guys. This is where we draw the difference. Snowden US guy he is part of our country. People have to remember there's a difference between Americans and not Americans because Americans have to be loyal to the United States. And when they're not which him with treason. The the foreigners. If they do something illegal like hack into a computer, you know, the Russians did the Russians did that. So Muller swore. You know, he he put out a bunch of indictments of them. But we didn't go kicking down doors and picking them up. Did we know we have no plans to but we did with Assange? Why why they they're both being charged with the same things? Whether Assange is a journalist or not you can't do things like hack into computers. That's what he did. And so he is being charged with that crime. Specifically the question is. When people do these kind of things like hack into computers, which has you know, the Russians did that do we usually? Find a way to. Put them in a van and and put them on a plane and get them to the United States. Do we do what we're doing to Julian Assange, here's sunny halston? If you have a problem with Julian Assange, and what he released in terms of national security than you need to have a problem with the Pentagon papers. He needs to have a problem with the Panama papers, you need to have a problem with the Iraq and Afghanistan a war logs being released because those items being released, I think protected our democracy, and the reason that the Obama administration and Eric Holder decided not to punt. But decided that our constitution protected Julian Assange is because our constitution does protect Juliane. I don't even think that's correct. Our constitution doesn't protect Julian Assange as far as I know the Julian Assange, we we have to remember. And it's not something these ladies in the view were mentioning that. There is a difference between. The people. Who are in the US military or people who work for the national security agency and foreign nationals who are doing dastardly, thanks to the United States. But here is Abby Huntsman, this is where we get into the Trump administration versus the Obama administration. Now, a lot of people have this perception out there is so funny because I see celebrities tweeting out angry tweets about the president look at what's going on. They're blaming the president the president has been most of the the far, right? Supporters of the president are huge defenders of Julian Assange. Okay. And like the president said, I don't know nothing about WikiLeaks. He kind of doesn't know I think this is not a matter. It's not his it's not his thing. He's not his life's work or whatever he said, Abby Huntsman, though points out the difference that the the Trump administration because you have reporters snarky reporters asking do you still love WikiLeaks is if the president has some attachment to WikiLeaks because we've that's been part of the whole Russia thing that the president was. Tied to WikiLeaks when he wasn't. But the president has been much tougher on WikiLeaks and people associated with WikiLeaks than Obama ever. Did Abby Huntsman here we go. Since two thousand ten as far as I know. And that's when Trump in an interview back in two thousand ten said that he hated the sky in that he thought that he would deserve the death penalty along those lines then in two thousand sixteen when it was hacking, the DNC he promoted said that he loved WikiLeak and basically promoting information sharing family loves it. Your thing though, is even after praising him it was under the Trump administration the DOJ in two twenty seventeen that prosecuted, Julian Assange, Obama and holder could have done that the year before and they punted it. So that's where I get confused is where you hear from Trump praising the guy and under his administration. They're the ones that actually prosecutor that left everybody silent that was so funny because I love how Abby made the point that one time he said when when he was first leaking information leaking classified US information. The President Trump complained about Assange and city ought to be in jail or whatever punishment. He was going to get. And then during the campaign, he said I love WikiLeaks. Obviously, we know what he was doing there. He was saying, Hugh, he loved that. This information was getting out about Hillary and use even teasing people av. Anybody knows if you get those hidden emails of Hillary's release them that was one of his favorite things to say. But then and then, you know, joy Behar chimed in and said, you know, he likes if it's good for me doesn't like. And then Abby Huntsman kinda shut the whole panel up and said, oh, but guess what? The Trump administration was a lot tougher on WikiLeaks than the Obama administration was eight three three eight five two four eight six six eight three three eight five two four, Tom. I wanna get your take on this. Judge nepal. Polito says he's a hero. Jay Johnson former head of homeland security. He is no hero. President trump. I don't know. The guy is I he's agnostic on the issue. Wikileaks is saying he's being punished for being a journalist. Do you agree with that? And do you agree that all of these people, the Pentagon papers, different whistle blowers? Manning Snowden, do you think that they have been good for the United States because Assange, certainly he doesn't oh more allegiance to the United States than those two manning and Snowden pledged allegiance in the United States and broke their pledge Julian Assange, never pledged to anybody. What do you expect we hope to get out of this? I'm talking about the United States. Why do we want him on US soil? What do we want to get out of Julian Assange? Do we want to punish him? He's claiming that they're going to bring them over here and torture him. And he's got a hold up the journalist thing. He's gonna say, oh, you're, you know, you're torturing journalists. Or is it other information that we want the president says he he's kind of playing dumb on this? I don't know. This isn't my thing. It's not my bailiwick. It's not my area of expertise. But if the attorney general bar wants Assange yesterday, he was talking about spying does he want to use this on and get to the bottom of his connection or lack thereof to the Russians because Assange still says I didn't get Hillary's emails from the Russians. Even though we say he definitely did. Why did.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And it's Friday that means it's Kelly stupid criminals this morning at six fifty eight ten. One one. We see is offense. And it is an offence to destroy. Unfortunately today, we've been proven rice Mr. Sanju was arrested this morning in about ten. Join him see off to the. British police. Distract us from WikiLeaks. About wikileaks. It's not my thing. I know there is something to Julian Assange I've been saying what happened with so nothing really about them. Frackdown in the door looking like Santa Claus with a manifesto? And chill question about the person who disclosed the crimes? Attempted to say that people expose potential ten attempt to create an alien definition of internet whistleblowing older. Sation independence statement represents a. Style. Curious. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero triple eight six three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Jefferson Morley with us tonight on grounds. Excellent point that I was going to bring up bring it up now, actually. The problem with Julian Assange is I guess the problem that I think people.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Wiki leaks. I love WikiLeaks these WikiLeaks WikiLeaks WikiLeaks has confirmed today, by Wiki leaks. It's been amazing coming out onto WikiLeaks. They want to distract us from WikiLeaks wonder what what now WikiLeaks has done a job on our as we've learned so much from what we love Wicky leaks have really WikiLeaks WikiLeaks WikiLeaks. Wikileaks is fascinating nowitski league. Revelation just days for the democratic convention in Philadelphia Lookie it's exposing the Democratic Party for the frauds that they really are. So for example, Hillary Clinton claimed that she never sent more received a classified information the DNC maintain that it was entirely neutral throughout the primary process. They never tried to slander Bernie Sanders. From that that is a complete lie. Julian Assange is now preparing to release a more lady males in this time. He says they will provide enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton should US media is being conflation between two years. Leaks. Potty. The code loss to use. So there's direct evidence of media with the DNC lot in that's pretty damaging. National committee is neutral when it comes to this. Just absolutely deplorable. Visit sort of things that people were acting Donald Trump. During. And yet. Visit wealthy on that town. Now, it's just the iceberg. Stay by. Thousand females but best. We're gonna five whatever's left stupid to put some Email last forever, saying, let's go. Because. Yes, you are. Maybe he's eighteen. You are listening to ground zero. The Wikki freaks. Rest developments Wicky break. Six huger the Wicky Wicky clicking around and Donald Trump. Not my thing. He says. Meanwhile, Julian Assange goes to jail, and you know, we wonder just.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And when I saw him I thought, oh, that's Jonas Reiner's using the spotlight to draw attention to one of the big threats to marine life everywhere. Plastics. Do you think that it was at all dangerous for the whale? It would have been head. I've been a plastic bag because it would have been more difficult for the whale to actually spit me out. He probably would have ended up swallowing me as a plastic bag and dying after the whale spat him out Rainer returned to his boat caught his breath. Then got right back in the water to film, the wild glory of the sardine run. I mean, I love my job. I converted my hobby to be my job. So I seriously enjoy it and adore it. And it's amazing. Wow. While photographer Rainer skimp in South Africa. He shared a story of ending up in the mouth of a well with the BBC's, Neil resul. Before we leave you on this busy news day. A quick recap of the top stories Julian Assange, they controversial founder of WikiLeaks was hauled out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London this morning by police. Hey lived inside the embassy for seven years while trying to avoid extradition. The US says Assange conspired to publish classified military and State Department documents through WikiLeaks Assange lawyer, Jennifer Robinson spoke outside the courthouse in London today. We will be fighting tradition, and he'll be brought before the quote again within the next month and the big news out of Sudan, the president who ruled the country for twenty nine years is no longer in power after weeks of protests, Omar al-bashir was forced out by Sudan's military today. But here is the second longtime ruler in the region to be forced out by protesters this month, the other being Algieria Abdelaziz Bouteflika one of our favorite satirist. Karl shero tweeted today Arab spring season nine is not bad at all from the nanna Bill Harris studios at W. GBH in Boston. I'm Marco werman. Tomorrow's friday. We'll see then. Our public radio international..

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"wikileaks" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was forcibly removed from the Ecuadoran embassy today in London UK Prime Minister, Theresa may says many sides were involved in the arrest. I would like to thank the metropolitan police for carrying out their duties with great professionalism. And welcome the cooperation of the Ecuadorian government in bringing this matter to a resolution. Justice department has announced charges against the WikiLeaks founder accusing Assange of helping former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning hack into classified computers in two thousand ten manning. Use the computers to download classified documents and transfer them to WikiLeaks lawmakers we'll hear from the former White House security official who allegedly overruled career officials to grant dozens of security clearances, Harold client who oversaw the White House personnel security office for the first two years of the Trump administration has agreed to be deposed by the house oversight committee on April. Twenty third committee voted along party lines to subpoena Klein earlier this month after hearing from whistle blower who claimed that White House officials overruled recommendations to deny clearances to some twenty-five individuals. The White House has accused the committee of overstepping its authority noting that the power to grant or deny clearances lies solely with the executive branch. Capitol hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Also at townhall dot com. President Trump speaking to reporters during meeting with South Korean president moon today, says attorney general William bar was correct in describing the two thousand sixteen race spying in my campaign and his answer was a very accurate run during Senate testimony Wednesday bar said he was launching an investigation into the PIN Justice Department's handling of the Russia probe on Wall Street. Stocks are lower. The Dow off sixty one points, the NASDAQ down twenty six more on these stories at townhall dot com. This show is bonded by the word on welfare financial network..

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"wikileaks" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Roger stone says the guy on the right is how he tried to contact WikiLeaks. Actually, it was the guy on the left. The guy on the left has provided forty hours of testimony Muller's team making him a key witness. According to molar in the probe. That's a conclusion we reached on this show before the indictment cited Coursey so much. It's why we interviewed him about his alleged activities regarding stone, Assange and Muller, including courses Wednesday interviewed that did appear to bother stone who you can see right here posted a picture of the interview with a caption calling Coursey, quote, Judas stone. Posting on Thursday the same day Muller was filing a sealed indictment against him based on that. Same to Rome Coursey, aka Judas, aka person, one with me is drum corps. We will refer to you as you were referred to legally as person one not the other name. I prefer used by legitimate name Jerome Corsi. Thank you for coming back. Sir. Pleasure. Thank you, given what we've seen now in the evidence in this indictment. Let me ask you point blank, very clear. Are you in? Roger stone's telling the actual intermediary to WikiLeaks. No, I'm not I don't have any tied to WikiLeaks. I've never as I've said repeatedly. I've never spoken to doing. You saw never communicated with them directly or indirectly. And so it's impossible that I be Roger stone's link to Julian Assange is there anything in here about your dealings that you think is wrong in this indictment. I think it's entirely correct. If it's consistent and consistent with my forty hours insistence, you gave a lot of tests when if this is entirely correct doesn't this state that essentially Roger stone took what he did with you. And then tried to blame it on another person person to well, it sounds like that. But that's really all. I know it does sound like that it does. But well, I'm sticking to is would I can testify to. And I've said that I'll be willing. Going to testify, and I'm going to tell the truth and everything that's in that statement. I affirm is true. Right. And that goes to your testimony. Let me read them this because it starts out real simple. Which is Roger stone's accused of bad things in lying about them. But then you get into the details. Here it is Muller saying stone, directed person one. That's you not person to to contact the head of WikiLeaks person. One not person to told still in the word is friend in the embassy plans to more dumps. So when Roger stone was out bragging about his intermediary and access to WikiLeaks, perhaps on bones to you. According to Miller, he was actually referring to you. I think that's quite possible. I mean, it's taken me a long time to kind of sort through that. But it doesn't seem to fit together. And why does Roger lie about all this? According to Miller, I you know, I just don't know as I said many times, I failed to take the mind. Reading course at Harvard. You'll just have to ask Roger people always wonder if that's just your way of h bombing. Which means citing Harvard. No, that's true. I mean, the fact is I don't know what Rogers thinking you'll have to ask Roger here is some of what Rogers saying I wanna play this for your benefit issues, Fox News interview. And he's speaking about you Jerome Corsi, take a look. Who do you expect the prosecutor will indict next if anyone where's this going? I have no idea they seem to be in hot pursuit of Dr Jerry Corsi. Dr Corsi said a number of things about me that are not true. But he says he won't testify against the president in a research memo that Jerry Corsi wrote me regarding the pedestrians extensive and lucrative business dealings in Russia is not part of a cover up because no cover-up was required. Response. Why don't I don't anticipate being indicted? Now, I think it's far less likely the indictment for Roger stone indicates no wrongdoing on my part. And Secondly, if I'm going to be used as a witness or even if my emails are going to be used as a witness. I don't think it will serve Mueller's purpose to indict me and undermine my credibility. So that's very important. You had previously said you were willing to fight this and afraid of dying in jail. You have some foundation for some of that fear because Muller sent you a written draft indictment, which I rejected which you rejected..

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"wikileaks" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Intelligence agency. What I would say to my Republican colleagues some of whom may be disappointed by the position. I've taken is tomorrow today. It's them tomorrow. Could be us. If you work with WikiLeaks are you working against America? Well, look, I don't know if everybody had the same idea that I did or how to access the same information. I did when I said that suffice it to say it should be clear by now, and I think should have been clear to people long time ago that WikiLeaks and others like that could have been tools of foreign intelligence used to divide America. And so I do believe that anyone who is cooperating with them winning or unwittingly is doing the work of a foreign intelligence agency to harm us. But I know what you're getting out with Roger and all that stuff. I can also tell you, and frankly, I mean this, you know, in truth, not in the spirit of nastiness. The media wasn't a winning in this too. Because the media reported breathlessly on a lot of the revelations that were leaked that we know we're now the product of the work of Russian intelligence and think all of us need to be wiser when we see this thing or something hits your inbox or another reporters in box from third party source that we don't know who it is. We have to be careful that we are not doing the work of the Russians or some other intelligence. Agency, that's trying to undermine us. We all need to be wiser about this movement. Should it be a crime working with WikiLeaks? Well, it's a good question. I think certainly if your wittingly doing it. It should be considered a such. I mean, you're participating in the work of a foreign intelligence agency. But one of the keys that they do their unwitting. It's not like they have a sign at the front door. That says, you know, we're we are an instrument of Russian intelligence that we're being used by Russian intelligence for this purpose. But that's why I have supported the special prosecutor and the work they're doing I think it's important for them to finish. We'll have all the facts before us, and then we can render judgment. I think it's a real big mistake. Trust me to jump to any conclusions until Mr. Muller's work is done. Senator Marco Rubio Republican from Florida, thanks for coming on sharing your views with you when we come back as the Democrats,.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"News absolute bombshell? I think Donald Trump Donald Trump. He's done. He's done. He's cooked. Stick a fork. Or as we say in Kentucky. Stick a FARC getting here. Lawful is stick a get him. I don't know if I'd go that far yet either Dan Abrahams legal analyst on ABC news one step back here and say still no evidence that President Trump was involved in this, right? This is talking about Trump, campaign officials, etc. And number two no indication yet that there was any direct contact with the Russians. This is about WikiLeaks. This is about what did WikiLeaks have how did they get it? Well, at least all the news shows finally got off talking to the native American elder Nathan Phillips, who by the way, his checkered past keeps bubbling up to his his his run ins with the law and so forth and going AWOL from the marines three times. It's like, I'm sure he wishes seen it just beating his drum in front of actually ABRAHAM LINCOLN statue up in front of the Lincoln Memorial instead of the teenager back and forth. And I only asked the same question over and over again, why didn't Nathan Phillips if he wanted to defuse the situation. Why didn't he go beat his drumming the face of the black? Hebrew, Israelites goes, boys. Look like an easier. Target figured you'd probably get popped into noggin. You go to those grown men. The black. Hebrew, Israelites calling everybody filthy names out there. Anyway, there we go that is the update on is Donald Trump through or the anchors every time get all excited. This is it's walls closing in. This is going to be the achilles heel breaking news tonight. I expect to depart this week will be the watershed. We Trump is in big trouble. Well, okay. You said that last week the week before the week before and a week before the week before let's to see don't anybody tweet anything yet. That's gonna make you look stupid tomorrow. Iheartradio has given wonks their.

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"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"wikileaks" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I think one of the advantages of hiring crooks to work for you is you can just assume they're going to do what they're supposed to do. You don't have to tell them. I know from reading all the coverage I can find because I want to give everybody all y'all's a good thorough account of what this isn't what it means. What it doesn't mean them because you're gonna hear wildly spun versions of it. I went too far left outlet, vox dot com. Which briefly describes the charges then says the indictment does not however attempt to explain why stone would lie about this or lay out a definitive story about what did happen between stone and WikiLeaks back then stone also has not been charged with any criminal activity occurring during the campaign. That's an important statement. Right there at the end, right? So, and that's the thing that Alan Dershowitz is always talking about all these crimes have happened host investigation. The investigation exists, right? Yeah. Now, why people lie? That's if indeed they are lying because you can get busted flying to the feds because you made a mistake or your memory failed you or whatever I'm not saying that happened in this case does happen. His stones lawyer is out today. Saying that he forgot he forgot he talked to WikiLeaks said be one of the biggest stories in the entire world. If you got WikiLeaks information on on the opponent, you're running for president of the United States for it would be. But you'd think you remember it. Well, did you but you live a boring lives compared to Roger? So at the risk of spending all of our time on this. It is.

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