Posted by: quiscus | December 9, 2010

December 9, 2010

1.  “Geraldo Rivera Tells Bill O’reilly Recent Domestic Terror Plots Are Fake

He explains the role of the FBI in all of the most recent cases and how they take depressed gullible morons and walk them into to attempting terrorist acts.”

2.  “Obama DOJ flailing on Julian Assange prosecution theories
An administration official says WikiLeaks leader could be prosecuted — if only facts of the case were different

We’ve been focusing on whether and how the Obama administration could try to extradite Julian Assange to the United States to face criminal charges. But whether any such charges will be brought is still a major unresolved question.

And judging from new media reports describing the administration’s thinking on this, there is currently no plausible theory under which Assange could be charged with a crime — despite claims by Obama officials that WikiLeaks has broken the law.”

3.  “Antitrust Settlement: Visa, MasterCard Payoff for Anti-WikiLeaks Moves?

Companies’ Legal Woes Vanished Ahead of Move

Most people have to wait until the end of the month to cash in their credit card rewards. For Visa and MasterCard the reward came in advance, as the companies agreed to stop allowing customers to donate to WikiLeaks after one of their biggest legal headaches conveniently disappeared.

An antitrust suit brought by the Justice Department was recently settled, and on terms extremely favorable to both companies. Indeed, MasterCard reported that the terms are entirely consistent with their existing policies.”

4.  “Amazon Selling WikiLeaks Cables as eBook

Already with enough egg on its face to endanger a species of birds,’s WikiLeaks headaches don’t appear to be going away. Having ousted the whistleblower’s website from their web hosting service under Sen. Joe Lieberman’s orders, Amazon has now taken to publishing the same cables it was insisting just a week ago were cause for termination.”

5.  “Secretary of the Navy Hatches Brilliant Plan to Sell More Gulf Seafood and Transport Oil to the War Zone”


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