A new batch of emails released by Wikileaks from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta confirmed what many suspected about the Democratic Party debates.
Labor secretary had an idea for how narrative could change from “Bernie kicks ass among young voters to Bernie does well only among young white liberals.”
With no specific evidence, President Barack Obama’s administration explicitly claimed the Russian government was responsible for stealing emails from the Democratic National Committee and other individuals and organizations closely linked to the Democratic Party. The accusation came just as WikiLeaks published emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. The
Craig Murray is currently scheduled to speak at a conference and present an award to CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou, but the U.S. has refused to grant him “entry clearance.”
To use the words of Times reporters, whether by conviction, convenience, or coincidence, their attacks on Wikileaks dovetail with the interests of the Clinton campaign.
The resignations appear to signal that further disclosures promised by Wikileaks could prove to be equally embarrassing for the DNC.
Regardless of who hacked the DNC and what their motives were, the DNC emails make it clear there was a concerted effort to sabotage the Sanders campaign.
It appears the actual culprit behind the computer hacking of the Democratic National Committee is a lone hacker using the name “Guccifer 2.0.”
United States military whistleblower Chelsea Manning has filed an appeal and argues a military judge’s decision to convict her of seven Espionage Act offenses violated her due process and First Amendment rights. Nearly three years ago, Manning was convicted of offenses, which stemmed from her decision to provide WikiLeaks with
Commercial diplomacy strongly resembles the Public Diplomacy 2.0 dynamic between the US government and tech firms detailed in Julian Assange’s book.