A federal judge pushed back when a government attorney refused to confirm or deny whether the CIA had engaged in warrantless surveillance
When it comes to their war on WikiLeaks, there is strong reason to believe that the three-letter agencies didn’t stop at its founder. The question is: how far beyond Assange did they go?
Support independent journalism on the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Become a subscriber of The Dissenter with this 60-day free trial. In addition to targeting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a CIA-linked private security company based in Spain allegedly spied on former Ecuador president Rafael Correa. Spanish newspaper El País
The following independent journalism was made possible by paid subscribers. Take advantage of this discount offer and support The Dissenter Newsletter today. Attorneys and journalists, who were allegedly spied on by the CIA and former CIA director Mike Pompeo, responded to the CIA and Pompeo’s arguments for dismissal of
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This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter. To support journalism on whistleblowers and related press freedom issues, become a subscriber. The Central Intelligence Agency and former CIA director Mike Pompeo contend that attorneys and journalists, who visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, had no “legitimate expectation of privacy”
This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter Newsletter. Become a monthly paid subscriber to help us publish more independent journalism. The United States Justice Department (DOJ) will fight a lawsuit intended to force President Joe Biden and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to release records