Snowden assisted by WikiLeaks' 'gatekeeper'

World Jul 6, 2013

Snowden assisted by WikiLeaks' 'gatekeeper'

He didn't have the space for it, but Gavin MacFadyen needed more bodies. The American running a British think tank for investigative journalism had eight employees crammed into a 4.5-by-3.5-meter office in east-central London, trying to crack a story on wrongdoing at a multinational ...

Manning 'harvested' secret papers: prosecution

World Jun 4, 2013

Manning 'harvested' secret papers: prosecution

by Julie Tate and Ellen Nakashima

Opening the court-martial of U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, a military prosecutor charged Monday that he "harvested" a massive trove of classified information from secure networks and made it available to America's enemies by dumping it onto the Internet. In a nearly hourlong statement to ...

World / Crime & Legal Feb 19, 2013

Standoff costs London police millions

London AFP-JIJI The cost of keeping police round-the-clock outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London in case Julian Assange emerges has hit $4.5 million, British police said Friday. Officers have been stationed outside ever since the WikiLeaks founder jumped bail and fled there on June 19 after ...