Support independent journalism on press freedom, whistleblowers, and government secrecy. Become a subscriber of The Dissenter today. A federal judge ruled that four American attorneys and journalists, who visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange while he was in the Ecuador embassy in London, may sue the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for
A federal judge pushed back when a government attorney refused to confirm or deny whether the CIA had engaged in warrantless surveillance
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
This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter Newsletter. Become an annual paid subscriber to help us continue our independent journalism. A group of journalists and lawyers, who visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange while he was living under political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy, sued the CIA and
Former CIA director Mike Pompeo, who could not stop thinking about how to kill Assange | Photo by Gage Skidmore [https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/51329197001/sizes/c/]There were no criminal prosecutions for anyone in the Central Intelligence Agency when they operated a torture program. The White House under
Whistleblowers called the January 11 speech a "publicity stunt," "political propaganda," and a "gross misuse of government resources."