Reality Winner, an Air Force veteran and former NSA contractor, was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison Thursday after pleading guilty to violating the Espionage Act of 1917.Whistleblower advocates condemned the sentence and its length as “shameful,” while President Donald Trump used the case to take a swipe at his political rival, Hillary Clinton, and Attorney
In 2017 Newsbud presented a one-of-a-kind all-star panel on the 16th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, and explored the road forward for a legitimate 9/11 Truth Movement. Now, for the first time, this nearly 3-hour conference is available to the public. *Follow us here at Newsbud Twitter **Subscribe here at BFP-Newsbud YouTube Channel ***Newsbud […]
In this video, Luke Rudkowski is joined by Jason Bermas to discuss the latest breaking news on the coming civil unrest and uprising which has escalated with immigration protests around the country and increasing animosity among American citizens. We also take a look at the latest on the economy, the Clintons and the NSA.
Source : Ray McGovern, Consortium News, 22-01-2018 Les récentes révélations de suppressions « par inadvertance » de données électroniques au FBI et à la NSA concernant des crimes présumés sont décrites comme une « erreur », mais les antécédents des agences de renseignement suggèrent une explication peut-être plus désagréable, explique Ray McGovern dans cet éditorial.
With Google's outrageous moves toward censorship increasingly in the news, perhaps it's time to review the history of Google's censorship, spying and governmental collusion. Join James for this classic Eyeopener report from 2012 about how Google's real motto should be "Just Be Evil."
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2017-05-25%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: A suspicious deep state leaker is arrested after her leak is intercepted by The Intercept; Britain turns to internet censorship after the latest false flag; and the Supreme Court strikes another blow against police theft.
Twenty-five years ago, a California jury failed to convict four cops accused of savagely beating a black man. What sounds today like an all-too-common story was anything but back then. The verdict triggered massive unrest and, within a week, parts of Los Angeles had gone up in smoke and 55 people had died. So what made this case of police brutality different? The beating of Rodney King was caught on tape.
We Are Change A request filed by Jeffrey Kaye through the Freedom of Information Act resulted in a 128 page declassified document. It illustrates that the CIA not only has a long history of engaging in torture and interrogation tactics. They also guide others to become the best interrogator possible. NSA archives also contain this document which states interrogations harnessed foreign intelligence during the Cold War era:
We Are Change For four years, the mainstream media has accused Edward Snowden of being a foreign spy due to the unknown nature of where Snowden spent his first 11 days in Hong Kong. Those rumors have been put to rest today by Intercept journalist Glenn Greenwald, who obtained documents debunking the conspiracy.
This will be a brief presentation on the sham called The War on Terror and the involved costs- in terms of scales in methods, dollars and lives. The price tag for the US War on Terror sham is placed at over $4 Trillion. We’ll be looking at mindboggling facts presented via comparison of scales and proportions when it comes to US Military-Intelligence vs. The Supposed Borderless Terrorists in the Middle East. A massive never-ending war against a fantastical network of technologically and militaristically dwarfed terrorists. Don’t you see who wins in this synthetically created perpetual war?
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Watergate is the quintessential conspiracy, one that went all the way to the White House and took down a presidency. But it is a story that is almost always provided without context, and with no mention of certain key facts. J Edgar Hoover died only a couple of months before the Watergate break-in, so the FBI was in the midst of a succession crisis when they were hit with the most controversial investigation in their history.
Welcome to the 25th edition of Probable Cause. This is our fourth episode on the ‘Real’ case of Dennis Hastert.
In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, disgraced former House Speaker Dennis Hastert has reached a plea deal to keep the details of his case sealed for good. Given that prosecutors wanted the details under wraps and the Judge donated to Hastert's campaigns on multiple occasions, was there any doubt this would happen? *Stay tuned to BoilingFrogsPost.com and CorbettReport.com for more details about the case, what really happened and what it really means.
A scandal too deep, too dark, and covers too many people from both sides of the political aisle for it to ever proceed in public
In 1971 DOD analyst and RAND Corporation employee Daniel Ellsberg leaked The Pentagon Papers - the DOD's Top Secret history of the Vietnam War. This is one of the biggest and most famous leaks in history, but there remain huge questions about why this happened. Was Ellsberg a genuine whistleblower? Or were the Pentagon Papers leaked as part of a distraction and disinformation campaign?
Former CIA officer and NSA contractor Edward Snowden has recently joined Twitter. While this is hardly headline news the story has gone around the world, reported on by dozens of major media outlets. A follow-up story, that Snowden accidentally received 47 gigabytes of emails as a result of joining Twitter also got enormous attention, despite being obviously untrue.
Three FBI Field Offices, Four Agents, One Linguist, and A Bucket Full of Dirties … Literally Right & Left
One has to give people the benefit of the doubt when they say they have left the employ of an outfit like the National Security Agency (NSA), which seeks to know, well, almost everything about us.Nonetheless, we note with interest this development: A former NSA employee has now joined the staff at Uber, the rapidly expanding — some might say exploding — provider of ride shares.Perhaps the word “exploding” should be used advisedly: This ex-NSA fellow, Charl