As I’ve done for the previous five weeks, I will be updating news and views on all things WikiLeaks over the three-day weekend, with new items added at the top. All times are ET. For more follow me on Twitter. Read about my latest book here.
UPDATE: Here’s the Tuesday edition of this blog.
11:30 "X7o" at WL Central rips James Richardson piece in The Guardian today that used the term "Collateral Murder" for possible result of Wiki cablegate on Zimbadwe. Among issues raised is one we noted today: That The Guardian itself seems to have been first to post the fateful cable. Just now the "official" @WikiLeaks twitter feed added: "It is not acceptable the Guardian to blame us for a cable the Guardian selected and published on Dec 8."
10:25 Bradley Manning’s lawyer David Coombs with new blog post on motion to dismiss due to lack of speedy move to trial. "The Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial is applied to military jurisprudence through two separate and distinct provisions….."
10:20 Jay Rosen tweets: "For each week I’ve followed the Wikileaks story, the significance of this Oct. 2009 article in Computer World has grown.
9:20 Remarkable charting here of the more than 2000 cables now published, broken down several ways.
9:15 Psychologists for Social Responsibility send letter to Robert Gates protesting inhumane treatment of Bradley Manning.
9:10 Interesting Haaretz piece on the media "revolution" promised by WikiLeaks and the Web — or, maybe not.
5:20 Foreign Policy writer on Issa: Yeah, why haven’t we prosecuted Assange–under non-existent laws? Maybe should call it The Rule of Non-Laws?