If journalists and officials began talking about the tests that CIA psychologists conducted on suspected terrorists at U.S. black sites, would Americans demand the prosecution of those responsible?
Who’s really to blame when a big corporation breaks the law? The government thinks it’s the corporation itself. Wrong.
"For three years Bradley Manning and Julian Assange were accused of murder," writes Matt Sledge at The Huffington Post. "Members of Congress and the administration said their WikiLeaks document dump endangered U.S. interests -- and lives."
The judge overseeing former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's trial detained a senior Egyptian police official on a charge of perjury Wednesday after the official denied that security forces had used live ammunition against protesters during the revolution. (more)
The busy folks at Robert Greenwald's Brave New Films outfit have kicked off a Web-based campaign to send Karl Rove to the clinker for refusing to honor the subpoena sent by the House Judiciary Committee calling him to testify about his alleged involvement in the prosecution of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman.