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10:00  Getting lot of attention: former Lebanon leader said in cables he wanted new Syria regime.

9:45  I did radio/podcast late last night, here.

8:45 New low prices for my book The Age of WikiLeaks in print or as an e-book, or brand-new Bradley Manning: Truth and Consequences as e-book here and print here.

From late Friday

Wash Post finally gets around to reviewing Domscheit-Berg book on Assange, and likes it.

@WLLegal: 6th man arrested—a 22-year-old from Cleveland—in Fed’s probe of pro-#WikiLeaks Anonymous DDoS attacks .”

State Dept. spokesman (successor to fired P.J. Crowley) grilled about UN rep being denied unmonitored visit with Manning. Passes buck to Pentagon. Video. “We have nothing to hide.” Claims being “forthright,” but reporter grills him heavily. “Only person who was forthright forced to resign.”

Al Jazeera: After Wikileaks revelations, is Nigeria ripe for its own revolution? “Despite attempts by Nigerian leaders and state-run media to discredit WikiLeaks, the cables have been a powerful reminder for residents and the international community on the extent of corruption in the country and how deep its problems go. But as voters head to the polls for presidential and regional elections, how many will be influenced by the material published over the last few months, and could such revelations bring about real change?”

Don’t miss important interview with Evan Knappenberger, a former military intel specialist, who contacted me earlier this week to say he’d been flown to West Coast to be interviewed for Part II of Frontline’s look at his former colleague Bradley Manning. He’s also a member of Iraq Veterans for Peace.


The WikiLeaks News & Views Blog—Special Weekend Edition! | The Nation - Greg Mitchell - 2011-04-16
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