As I’ve done for over six months (with one week off recently), I’m updating news and views on all things WikiLeaks and Bradley Manning all day, with new items added at the top. All times ET. Contact me at email@example.com. Read about my books The Age of WikiLeaks in print or as an e-book, and Bradley Manning: Truth and Consequences as e-book here and print here.
UPDATE:The Monday edition of this blog here.
9:55 Don Hazen of Alternet says recent story there on five WikiLeaks stories overlooked was most popular one there in months…
9:40 As I noted in my review (see below), a low point of the CNN doc on WikiLeaks was Gen. Kimmit explicitly blaming Reuters photog for getting killed by trigger-happy US gunners in Iraq. And with no pushback from CNN correspondent Larsen. Tonight Larsen tweeted that he did push back in interviews with the general but it all got edited out. As if he had no say in that.
7:00 “The WikiLeaks Revolution is Here to Stay,” it sez here.
4:25 Josh Gerstein of Politico on “incoherent” US policy on WikiLeaks docs and lawyers of Gitmo detainees.
12:55 My friend and two-time book co-author Robert Jay Lifton in chat re his brand new memoir at FireDogLake salon at 5 pm today ET.
12:30 Scott Horton of Harper’s on the DOJ cave on Thomas Drake NSA whistleblower prosecution.
8:50 Net serve:Major NYT piece on Net freedom.
8:40 My review of tonight’s CNN WikiLeaks special now posted.
8:35 Stir It Up:A summary of the first weeks of Jamaica Leaks.
8:30 Times Square “I Am Bradley Manning” rally.
11:15 Crude reply: Kevin Drum weighs in on Greenwald’s claim about US war in Libya based largely on oil (and Wash Post use of WikiLeaks cables today): “Sorta,” he says.