Assange STAYS — Why We All Knew This Was Coming

Assange STAYS — Why We All Knew This Was Coming By Jason Bermas The travesty being committed against Julian Assange continues as it’s been ruled that the political prisoner must remain in custody even after he serves his most recent sham sentence. Jason is joined by Steve Poikonen from Slow News Day and the Free Assange Vigil Series to cover the latest details about the indictments, the narrative being constructed in the mainstream media, as well as the most effective forms of activism for getting justice for Julian Assange and…

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Court Rules VA Must Pay for Veterans’ Emergency Room Care, a Decision That May Be Worth Billions

Court Rules VA Must Pay for Veterans’ Emergency Room Care, a Decision That May Be Worth Billions By Sean Walton The Department of Veterans Affairs must reimburse veterans for emergency medical care at non-VA facilities, a federal appeals court ruled Monday — a decision that could be worth billions of dollars to veterans. The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims said the VA has been wrongfully denying reimbursement to veterans who sought emergency medical care at non-VA facilities, and struck down an internal VA regulation that blocked those payments.…

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Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided

Snowden Spills: Infamous Whistleblower Opines on Spycraft, AI, and Being Suicided By Tyler Durden Edward Snowden has finally laid it all out – documenting his memoirs in a new 432-page book, Permanent Record, which will be published worldwide on Tuesday, September 17. Meeting with both The Guardian and Spiegel Online in Moscow as part of its promotion, the infamous whistleblower spent nearly five hours with the two media outlets – offering a taste of what’s in the book, details on his background, and his thoughts on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, and other intelligence gathering tools coming…

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The New Target That Enables Ransomware Hackers to Paralyze Dozens of Towns and Businesses at Once

The New Target That Enables Ransomware Hackers to Paralyze Dozens of Towns and Businesses at Once By Renee Dudley On July 3, employees at Arbor Dental in Longview, Washington, noticed glitches in their computers and couldn’t view X-rays. Arbor was one of dozens of dental clinics in Oregon and Washington stymied by a ransomware attack that disrupted their business and blocked access to patients’ records. But the hackers didn’t target the clinics directly. Instead, they infiltrated them by exploiting vulnerable cybersecurity at Portland-based PM Consultants Inc., which handled the dentists’…

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ICE Accidentally Reveals Fascist “Hyper-Realistic” Urban Warfare Training Facility At Army Base

ICE Accidentally Reveals Fascist “Hyper-Realistic” Urban Warfare Training Facility At Army Base By Aaron Kesel The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency accidentally revealed the location of a new “urban warfare” training facility that is expected to include “hyper-realistic” simulations of homes, hotels and commercial buildings in Chicago and Arizona, Newsweek reported. The “hyper-realistic” urban training ground will be housed in Fort Benning, Georgia the report details. The information was revealed after ICE failed to redact its acquisition form document that was posted online. After copying and pasting the document’s…

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The Prosecution Against Julian Assange: Where 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand

The Prosecution Against Julian Assange: Where 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand By Kevin Gosztola WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been jailed in London’s Belmarsh Prison since April 11, when Ecuador authorities revoked his political asylum in their embassy and British authorities arrested him. The United States government had Assange arrested for extradition on charges of violating the Espionage Act and conspiracy to commit a computer crime that stem from the disclosures from U.S. Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning that were published in 2010. As part of a questionnaire on presidential executive power,…

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Julian Assange To Remain Jailed After Serving Sentence

Julian Assange To Remain Jailed After Serving Sentence By Tyler Durden WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange was ordered to remain in prison once his 50-week prison sentence ends on September 22, over concerns that he will evade a US extradition request due to his “history of absconding,” according to the BBC. Magistrate says Assange to remain in prison indefinitely. He has been in increasing forms of deprivation of liberty since his arrest 9 years ago, one week after he started publishing Cablegate. The Cablegate portion of US charges amount to a life…

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Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity

Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity By Aaron Mackey The FBI must delete its memo documenting a journalist’s First Amendment activities, a federal appellate court ruled this week in a decision that vindicates the right to be free from government surveillance. In Garris v. FBI, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ordered the FBI to expunge a 2004 memo it created that documented the political expression of news website www.antiwar.com and two journalists who founded and ran it. The…

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Update on CA Family Kicked Off YouTube for Fighting Verizon 5G Cell Tower 45 Feet From Their Home

Update on CA Family Kicked Off YouTube for Fighting Verizon 5G Cell Tower 45 Feet From Their Home By B.N. Frank Activist Post has been reporting about the Sacramento family trying to get Verizon to remove the 5G small cell tower next to their home.  Other residents also aren’t happy about 5G AND 4G small cells installed throughout their community so the city council paid for a long-time industry funded expert, Jerrold Bushberg, to appease residents at a special “safety” meeting.  Here’s Jerrold in this Cellular One promotional video from…

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Growing Number Of States Adopting “Red Flag” Gun Seizure Laws In Wake Of Mass Shootings

Growing Number Of States Adopting “Red Flag” Gun Seizure Laws In Wake Of Mass Shootings By Tyler Durden A growing number of states are now allowing family members and law enforcement officials to confiscate an individual’s guns via so-called red flag laws in the wake of several recent mass shootings, according to Roll Call‘s Jacob Fischler. In Ohio, for example, Republican governor Mike DeWine has been hard at work pushing such gun control proposals following an August 4th mass shooting in Dayton which left 10 people dead and 27 injured. DeWine’s 17-point proposal —…

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