Tag Archives: Glenn Greenwald

Did US threaten Germany over Snowden asylum?

US Threatened Germany Over Snowden, Vice Chancellor Says – The Intercept … one of two things is true: 1) the U.S. actually threatened Germany that it would refrain from notifying them of terrorist plots against German citizens and thus deliberately … Continue reading

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David Carr did not go gentle into that good night

TimesTalks – Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden with David Carr Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden with David Carr Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 watch now via TimesTalks – Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald and Edward Snowden with David … Continue reading

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Defamed, detained, dead journalists. Everywhere.

Arrested Turkish TV chief writes an open letter from his jail cell | Media | The Guardian Any journalist who uncovers the dirty laundry of senior government officials is immediately labeled a traitor and subjected to character assassination, harassment, persecution … Continue reading

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The Nation listened to Leahy on Intelligence Oversight. Wondering why.

With Confirmation of CIA Spying on the Senate, It Is Time for Serious Oversight | The Nation As the senior member of the Senate, Judiciary Committee chairman Leahy says, ‚ÄúCongressional oversight of the executive branch, without fear of interference or … Continue reading

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Tell ’em, Taibbi!! Sorkin sucks.

Hey, MSM: All Journalism is Advocacy Journalism | Matt Taibbi | Rolling Stone So New York Times Dealbook writer Andrew Ross Sorkin has apologized to journalist Glenn Greenwald for saying he’d “almost arrest” him, for his supposed aid and comfort … Continue reading

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Glenn Greenwald: Meet the Journalist Rotting in Prison for Crossing the FBI | Alternet

The US government’s serial prosecutorial excesses aimed at internet freedom activists, journalists, whistleblowers and the like are designed to crush meaningful efforts to challenge their power and conduct. It is, I believe, incumbent on everyone who believes in those values … Continue reading

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