Antequinus: Civil Law Suit Against Alleged War Criminals Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Powell, Rice, and Wolfowitz

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Antechinus

Historic Civil Law Suit against Alleged War Criminal George W. Bush in California: Chilcot Report Submitted to the Ninth Circuit Court

Currently, Saleh v. Bush is on appeal before the Ninth Circuit.  Ms. Saleh’s lawsuit in federal court against US government leaders named as Defendants — George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Paul Wolfowitz alleges that they  were acting from personally held convictions that the US should invade Iraq, regardless of any legitimate policy reasons.

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Jul 28

Neal Rauhauser: DC Leaks a Republican Hit Job on Democrats?

Neal Rauhauser

Neal Rauhauser

There has been a lot of noise about the stolen Democratic National Committee documents appearing on Guccifer 2.0’s WordPress.com blog, but there is another equally impressive document cache out there.

DC Leaks (dcleaks.com) are pitching themselves as hackers, but the presentation is more consistent with political opposition researchers. The registration of a domain, the bare web server, albeit offshore, instead of hiding behind Cloudflare, and a slick, responsive site that expects visitors to let it run JavaScript are all cringe-worthy missteps. An actual hacker would be more likely to have a Twitter account, be using pastebin or some other text hosting site, and releasing torrent downloads of large caches of documents.

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Jul 20

Antechinus: CIA Manipulates It Own Biographies of Foreign Leaders to Pander to Policy Preferences of the Day…

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Newsbud-BFP Exclusive- What the CIA Sent Me About Its 1990s Foe Slobodan Milošević: The Gimmick of Declassification

The most important lesson is that the CIA is ready and willing to doctor its own reports in order to make them suit the foreign policy agenda of an administration. What we learn from the reports is that the CIA tells its government clients what they want to hear about given geopolitical issues or foreign leaders, not reporting as an impartial, non-partisan intelligence agency.

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Jul 19