The Week 1.Manhunt continues for suspects in Ferguson police ambush St. Louis County police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol took over security responsibilities at protests in Ferguson on Thursday night as a manhunt continued for whoever shot two officers outside the city’s police station early that morning. The parents of Michael Brown, an unarmed… More 10 things you need to know today: March 13, 2015
AlterNet America has the highest death rate for newborns on their first day in the industrialized world, according to the annual “Surviving the First Day” report published by Save the Children, an international aid group. An estimated 11,300 babies don’t make it past their first day in the United States. “This is 50 percent more… More More Babies Die in America on Their First Day Than Anywhere Else in Industrialized World
Now this should be interesting, and less intimidating to the U.S. Government…uh, on second thought… Raw Story WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Tuesday the Swedish women who have accused him of sexual assault had got into a “tizzy” about the possibility they had caught a sexually transmitted disease from him. Assange told the BBC that one… More Confirmed: WikiLeaks’ next target is Bank of America, Assange says
Update: Julian Assange remains in jail as Sweden appeals against bail decision Huffington Post WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is back in court today, and has been granted bail by a British judge. He has been in a British prison for a week after being denied bail last week. Assange is wanted for questioning for alleged sex crimes involving two… More Julian Assange Bail GRANTED; WikiLeaks Founder Back In Court
Real life cloak and dagger drama… Raw Story There is a new threat from the founder of the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. Julian Assange will release a “poison pill” that contains a “deluge” of secret information if he is killed, arrested or his website is permanently shut down, Daily Mail reports. “Due to recent attacks on our infrastructure,… More Assange threatens to release ‘poison pill’ if arrested or killed
Daily Mail Assange says he’s taking ‘precautions’ due to death threats Cables sent to 100,000 other people in case ‘something happens’ Website down for six hours after American firm pulls plug Suspicions it acted under pressure from Obama administration Scotland Yard won’t comment about arrest of founder France becomes first country to attempt to ban… More ‘WikiLeaks WON’T be stopped’: Founder reveals 100,000 encrypted versions of secret files have been
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange walked out of an interview with CNN in London. Huffington Post Julian Assange, who was being interviewed to discuss the 400,000 pages of documents WikiLeaks released about the Iraq War, grew upset when interviewer Atika Shubert asked about his personal legal issues. Assange was investigated in Sweden on charges of sexual abuse that were… More Julian Assange WALKS OUT Of CNN Interview (VIDEO)
Daily Beast Julian Assange, who Pentagon investigators fear may soon release State Dept. secrets, denies having them—but says he’s readying video of a deadly U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan. After several days underground, the founder of the secretive website Wikileaks has gone public to disclose that he is preparing to release a classified Pentagon video of a… More Wikileaks Founder Has Massacre Video?