Accuracy in Media

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Cut off from the Internet, Triggered ‘Dead Man’s Switch’

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange found out that his Internet access was cut by Ecuador, said Wikileaks. When three tweets from the Wikileaks account were sent out, with digits coming after the names ‘Ecuador”, John Kerry (U.S. Secretary of State) and a United Kingdom government office, it was a fail-safe, or a ‘dead man’s switch’ in case […]

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UN Panel Sides with Wikileaks’ Assange on Detention

From Fox News: A United Nations human rights panel sided Friday with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in his long-running battle with Swedish and British authorities, saying he should be freed immediately and compensated for the years he has lost — a decision hailed by Assange as a “vindication.” The U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, […]

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Obama Presides Over Security Meltdown

CNN’s story, “Chelsea or Bradley Manning: Addressing transgender people,” ignores the other alternative—he/she is simply a pervert who should have been booted out of the service years ago and should never have received a security clearance. The key question—not pursued by the media—is why Manning was allowed to remain in the Army when he was […]

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Bradley Manning Wikileaks Trial comes to a Close

WASHINGTON — The verdict in the trial of Bradley Manning, who leaked sensitive U.S. Army secrets to the unclassified publishing site Wikileaks, was handed down on Tuesday. Manning was found guilty on the majority of charges except for aiding the enemy, which was the most serious charge. However, the other guilty charges add up to […]

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Anti-NSA Campaign Reaches Capitol Hill

With his official request for political asylum in Russia, NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s true colors are out in the open for anyone to see. Those who proclaimed Snowden a “whistleblower,” rather than an enemy of America, have to explain themselves and take into account the significance of his plea to Vladimir Putin, the former KGB […]

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Socialist Latin American countries offer Snowden asylum

WASHINGTON — The more time goes on, it seems a few countries have chosen to defy the United States by hiding wanted NSA leaker Edward Snowden. After Russia, only Bolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua are offering him political asylum. Reuters reports that Snowden is thinking of moving on from his temporary home in a Moscow airport […]

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“Politico” Touts Russian Agent as Progressive Hero

The publication that calls itself Politico has a strange habit of ignoring the foreign backing and ownership of channels like Russia Today and Al Jazeera, preferring to treat them as legitimate news organizations. Its media reporter, Dylan Byers, is a virtual public relations agent for Al Jazeera America, which just hired Soledad O’Brien from CNN. […]

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October 2016

10/19/2016 - Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Cut off from the Internet, Triggered ‘Dead Man’s Switch’

August 2016

8/3/2016 - Wikileaks’ Julian Assange Won’t Confirm Specifics about Who Hacked the DNC

February 2016

2/5/2016 - UN Panel Sides with Wikileaks’ Assange on Detention

August 2013

8/26/2013 - Obama Presides Over Security Meltdown

8/25/2013 - Can’t Make This Up: Convicted Wikileaker Manning says he’s a Woman

8/20/2013 - Pro-Russian WikiLeaks Founder Praises Rand Paul Republicans

8/1/2013 - Bradley Manning Wikileaks Trial comes to a Close

July 2013

7/15/2013 - Anti-NSA Campaign Reaches Capitol Hill

7/8/2013 - Socialist Latin American countries offer Snowden asylum

7/7/2013 - “Politico” Touts Russian Agent as Progressive Hero

7/3/2013 - Democrat Feinstein Confounds Media on the NSA

June 2013

6/17/2013 - Conservative Media Personalities Embrace Traitor’s Charges

6/12/2013 - America is Under Attack and At War

April 2012

4/20/2012 - Holder Refuses to Enforce the Law Against WikiLeaks and Russia Today

December 2011

12/28/2011 - The Deceptions of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, and Ron Paul

February 2011

2/1/2011 - Poll: Just 9% Think WikiLeaks Is A Good Thing