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Is The Intercept A "Honey Trap" For Whistleblowers?

MintPressNews.com | Whitney Webb | The Mint Press News (MPN) is reporting allegations that the decision by the Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) to stop accepting U.S. donations for WikiLeaks was based on the idealogical leanings of some of it's board members, including Daniel Ellsberg, Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras, John Cusack and Glenn Greenwald and the fact that many of it's board members work for organizations financed by eBay billionaire and PayPal owner Pierre OmidyarThe FPF has itself received large sums of money from Omidyar and his businesses and foundations.

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DNC Staffer Seth Rich Had Contact With WikiLeaks

Fox5DC.com | According to Rob Wheeler, an investigator hired by Seth Rich's family, there is evidence on Rich's laptop  that confirms he was communicating with WikiLeaks prior to his death.

  

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What the Wikileaks Dump Tells Us

YouTube.com | RT | Big Picture | Thom talks to former CIA analyst and whistleblower John Kiriakou and journalist James Bamford about the recent Wikileaks dump, known as “Vault 7” and what it reveals about hacking and surveillance techniques used by the CIA.

For more information on the stories we've covered visit our websites at thomhartmann.com - freespeech.org - and RT.com.

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Hillary Clinton: Saudi Arabia & Qatar Fund Isis

DailyCaller.com | Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sent an email to her campaign chairman John Podesta in 2014, who was then-counselor to PresidentBarack Obama, that said Saudi Arabia and Qatar are both giving financial and logistical support to the Islamic State and other extremist Sunni groups, according to a recent Wikileaks release.

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Judge Rules Assange Can Be Extradited


CNN | A judge ruled Thursday that Britain can extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden for questioning over allegations of sexual misconduct. At Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in London, Assange sat in the dock as the ruling was read and showed no emotion. Later at a news conference, he lashed out at the extradition decision. He said to thrust someone into a foreign land where someone does not speak the language or understand the judicial system "is a very grave matter."

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