114 posts and columns on WikiLeaks
I first became vaguely aware of the WLO during my AIT at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, although I did not fully pay attention until the WLO released purported Short Messaging System or SMS messages from 11 September 2001 on 25 November 2009. At that time references to the release and the WLO website showed up in my daily Google news open source search for information related to US foreign policy.
– Pfc. Bradley Manning’s court statement from his pretrial hearing in Fort Meade, Md., on how he first became aware of WikiLeaks
You don’t have to embrace Julian Assange as a kindred spirit to believe that what he did in publishing those cables falls under the protection of the First Amendment.
DH: I invoke.
PM: Is that because of the phalanx of attorneys present here today?
Court Stenographer: I’m sorry, the what of attorneys?
PM: Phalanx … the phalanx of attorneys.
DH: As to the phalanx of attorneys, I invoke.
– David House, invoking the Fifth Amendment for every question except his name and date of birth in his testimony front of a grand jury about his alleged association with Bradley Manning