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US government caught collecting phone records of millions of customers of Verizon users


To read the full court order click here. The National Security Agency is currently collecting the telephone records of millions of US customers of Verizon, one of America’s largestĀ telecomsĀ providers, under a top secret court order issued in April. The order,Ā a copy of which has been obtained by the Guardian, requires Verizon on an “ongoing, daily basis” to give the NSA ... Read More »

Worldwide protests planned on eve of Bradley Manning trial

Free Bradley Manning

Supporters of U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning protest during his scheduled motion hearing, outside the gates of Fort Meade Rallies are planned this weekend in dozens of cities across the globe in support of Private first class Bradley Manning as the former Army intelligence analyst prepares to stand trial for the largest intelligence leak in United States history. The military ... Read More »

Julian Assange sues US military over secrecy of Bradley Manning trial

Julian Assange

Julian Assange (above) and a coalition of activists and journalists filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the military judge overseeing Army Pfc. Bradley Manningā€™s trial in a bid to open access to the secretive proceedings. During the trial both access to transcripts and prosecution and defense motions have been virtually inaccessible. Bradley, who faces a life sentence over the leaking ... Read More »

Manning: US Army like ā€˜child torturing ants with a magnifying glassā€™ (FULL LEAKED TESTIMONY)

Pfc. Bradley E. Manning is escorted from a hearing in Fort Meade, Maryland

Pfc. Bradley E. Manning is escorted from a hearing in Fort Meade, Maryland. A speech freedom advocacy group has released audio of Bradley Manningā€™s testimony about his motives for leaking secret US government documents to WikiLeaks. It marks the first time the public has heard Manning’s voice since his 2010 arrest. Defying the military’s ban on making recordings at Manningā€™s ... Read More »

Berlusconi sentenced to 1 year behind bars in wiretap trial


Italyā€™s former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to one year in jail after a wiretap trial linked to a 2005 banking scandal. The ex-premier is accused of violating secrecy laws after making public a police wiretap concerning his political rival in 2005. They were published in Il Giornale, Ā a newspaper run by his brother, who was also sentenced ... Read More »

‘Vaccine court’ awards millions to two autistic children damaged by vaccines

Autism vaccine

Quietly and without much fanfare, the federalĀ Vaccine Injury Compensation ProgramĀ (VICP), or more accurately the congressionally-sanctioned kangaroo court whose sole purpose is to shield the vaccine industry from liability for vaccine injuries, has essentially admitted that vaccines cause autism. As reported by theĀ Huffington Post, two more children who developed autism following routine vaccinations have been awarded millions of dollars to help ... Read More »

Aurora theater shooting court documents blows inside job conspiracy wide open

James Holmes

A seemingly completely drugged individual alleged to be James Holmes, yet appearing to be someone totally different, is seen barely able to stay awake next to a very quiet defense attorney in a court and case that has been suspect from the very beginning. Newly releasedĀ court documentsĀ in the Aurora, CO theater ā€œBatman massacreā€ case reveals startling inside accusations about who ... Read More »

Bradley Manning demands dismissal of his case due to inhuman punishment

bradley manning court case

Bradley Manning is expected to testify in a pretrial hearing that he has been punished illegally by being locked in solitary confinement. The whistleblower hopes that his inhumane punishment is grounds for having all charges against him dismissed. Manning, who is accused of sending classified information to WikiLeaks, will testify in a pretrial hearing in Fort Meade, Maryland. ā€œUntil now ... Read More »

Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi jailed for fraud


Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to four years in prison for tax evasion by a Milan court. His sentence was immediately reduced to one year under a 2006 amnesty plan to ease overcrowding in in Italian jails. The court also ruled on Friday that Berlusconi is forbidden from holding any government post for three years. His lawyer ... Read More »