Daily Archives: January 23, 2014

Why Edward Snowden Wouldn’t Get a Fair Trial

By Jesselyn Radack While the controversy surrounding Edward Snowden’s dissemination of National Security Agency information continues, members of Congress, journalists and advocacy groups keep repeating the same argument: Mr. Snowden should turn himself in, mount a solid defense and all … Continue reading

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Five Reasons the Latest Report on Syria War Crimes Might Not be True

By Brandon Turbeville In a recently released and conveniently timed report, complete with references to Nazi Germany and concentration camps, efforts to ramp up support for a “tough line” against Syria at the upcoming Geneva II conference and even possible … Continue reading

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