Wikileaks Newslinks 27 October 2012: WikiLeaks reveals US detainee policies: Camp Delta

27 October 2012

Ecuador’s President suggests Assange be questioned at Embassy
Voice of Russia, News Today at 00:44 Sweden may send a representative of its prosecutor’s office to Ecuador’s Embassy in the UK to question Wikileaks founder Julian Assange . This was stated by the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, who cited instances when representatives of the prosecutor’s office interrogated suspects on the territory of a foreign embassy.

WikiLeaks reveals US detainee policies: Camp Delta
Voice of Russia, News Yesterday at 16:20
The US War on Terror is an illegal war and WikiLeaks has even more proof. The aggressive invasions are a crime against humanity, the killing of civilians and people defending their homelands are war crimes, the extra-judicial executions are illegal under all international standards and laws, the drone– strikes, Obama’s daily kill list, the black sites and illegal prisons worldwide, the torture and the illegal prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba are all criminal acts.

WikiLeaks and the Anarchistic Roots of Global Uprising
Dissident Voice 24/10/2012 at 16:00
There has been increasing interest in anarchism, with people around the globe writing and talking about it. A whole new generation is beginning to discover anarchists from the past like Emma Goldman and Alexeyevich Kropotkin and a new documentary is in the works. The word anarchy is swimming through twitter feeds and Facebook shares, coursing through avenues of the public mind. Ideas of mutual aid and voluntary association are becoming more and more relevant as the world stands in dire need of solutions to the current ballooning crisis of economic and political corruption.

CIA Look to Swamp Correa
Craig Murray 22/10/2012 at 10:13
About a month ago I asked a former colleague in the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office what Hague saw as the endgame in the Julian Assange asylum standoff, and where the room for negotiation lay. My friend was dismissive – the policy was simply to wait for the Presidential election in Ecuador in February. The United States and allies were confident that Correa will lose, and my friend and I having both been senior diplomats for many years we understood what the United States would be doing to ensure that result. With Correa replaced by a pro-USA President, Assange’s asylum will be withdrawn, the Metropolitan Police invited in to the Embassy of Ecuador to remove him, and Assange sent immediately to Sweden from where he could be extradited to the United States to face charges of espionage and aiding terrorism.

America Freaked Out by the Cyberboogeyman It Unleashed
China Matters 12/10/2012 at 20:56
The theme of Secretary of Defense Panetta’s remarks at the Intrepid Air and Sea Museum on October 12 before the ‘Business Executives for National Security’, in the words of the BBC: Leon Panetta warns of ‘cyber Pearl Harbor’

WikiLeaks’s possible case against Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard – Scott Ludlam
Voice of Russia, News 12/10/2012 at 18:35 
John Robles Australian Green Party Senator Scott Ludlam, granted the Voice of Russia an exclusive interview in which he discussed the possible case against Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and the political aspects in Australia regarding Wikileaks, Julian Assange and whistleblowers.

Military court asked to remove shroud of secrecy surrounding Bradley Manning case
Russia today.ru 11/10/2012 at 19:26
A five-person panel of civilian judges heard arguments on Wednesday from journalists and activists determined to have greater access to the records relating to the case against accused Wikileaks source Private First…

Assange’s guarantors ‘failed in their basic duty’ – London Court
Voice of Russia, News 09/10/2012 at 13:52 
Wikileaks founder’s guarantors have been ordered by Westminster Magistrates Court in London today to pay thousands of pounds each, as they ‘;failed in their basic duty, to ensure his surrender’

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