Uno-Bericht: Britische Regierung nennt Assange-Urteil lächerlich

Uno-Bericht: Britische Regierung nennt Assange-Urteil lächerlich

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 05, 2016

Der britische Außenminister Hammond weist den Uno-Bericht über WikiLeaks-Gründer Julian Assange zurück. In dem Gremium säßen Laien, keine Juristen. mehr... Forum ]

Offizieller Bericht: Uno-Gremium urteilt zugunsten von Assange

Offizieller Bericht: Uno-Gremium urteilt zugunsten von Assange

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 05, 2016

Julian Assange lebt seit mehr als drei Jahren in der ecuadorianischen Botschaft in London. Für Uno-Rechtsexperten ist das "willkürliche Haft" - sie verlangen Entschädigung für den WikiLeaks-Gründer. mehr... Forum ]


WikiLeaks-Gründer: Assanges Mutter sorgt sich um ihren Sohn

WikiLeaks-Gründer: Assanges Mutter sorgt sich um ihren Sohn

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 05, 2016

Seit mehr als drei Jahren lebt Julian Assange in der ecuadorianischen Botschaft in London - "in willkürlicher Haft", sagt die Uno. Die Mutter des WikiLeaks-Gründers zeigt sich besorgt: Ihrem Sohn gehe es schlecht. mehr... Forum ]

WikiLeaks-Gründer: Darum ist der Fall Assange jetzt wieder spannend

WikiLeaks-Gründer: Darum ist der Fall Assange jetzt wieder spannend

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 04, 2016

Julian Assange verschanzt sich seit Jahren in London - jetzt kommt Bewegung in den spektakulären Fall des WikiLeaks-Gründers. Verlässt er wirklich sein Exil? Was steckt hinter der Aktion? Die Fakten im Überblick. mehr... Forum ]


Detox Man versus KSM: The 9/11 Prosecutor's Quest for Transparency

Detox Man versus KSM: The 9/11 Prosecutor's Quest for Transparency

SPIEGEL ONLINE - October 23, 2012

Pre-trial hearings in the prosecution of 9/11 mastermand Khalid Sheikh Mohammed began last week at the US base at Guantanamo. Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins hopes to create as fair a trial as possible, despite the death penalty being almost a foregone conclusion. But the challenges are daunting and the American government is making his task difficult. By Matthias Gebauer more... Comment ]

A 'Fundamental Human Right': Ecuador Grants Assange Political Asylum

A 'Fundamental Human Right': Ecuador Grants Assange Political Asylum

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 16, 2012

Ecuador on Thursday said it would grant political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the country's embassy in London for weeks now. Britain says it still intends to extradite the whistleblower to Sweden, where he faces questioning over allegations of sexual offenses. more... Comment ]


Traitor or Whistleblower? The Divided Life of Bradley Manning

Traitor or Whistleblower? The Divided Life of Bradley Manning

SPIEGEL ONLINE - July 18, 2011

Chat transcripts by Bradley Manning, the alleged source of secret US government documents for WikiLeaks, will be used as evidence in his military trial. They reveal a conflicted and lonely young soldier who felt strongly about revealing "almost criminal" behavior. He's spent 14 months in jail, but there is still no date for his trial. By Marcel Rosenbach more...

US-Pakistani Relations: A Forced Marriage Plagued by Ever-Deepening Distrust

US-Pakistani Relations: A Forced Marriage Plagued by Ever-Deepening Distrust

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 07, 2011

America's relationship with Pakistan has always been one of ups and downs. Although they teamed up to fight terrorists after 9/11, their mutual trust has been steadily eroding ever since. And, now, suspicions about whether Pakistan knowingly harbored Osama bin Laden will usher in a new era of difficult -- but necessary -- relations. By Susanne Koelbl more...


Applying the Law in Guantanamo: 'The Government's Narrative Was a Lie'

Applying the Law in Guantanamo: 'The Government's Narrative Was a Lie'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 02, 2011

When he arrived at Guantanamo in 2005 as chief prosecutor, Colonel Morris Davis thought that he would be dealing exclusively with fanatical terrorists. But he soon realized that many prisoners shouldn't have been imprisoned at all. In a contribution for SPIEGEL, he describes his path from idealism to disillusionment. more... Comment ]

Kafkaesque Machinery of Suspicion: A Casual Relationship with the Truth at Guantanamo

Kafkaesque Machinery of Suspicion: A Casual Relationship with the Truth at Guantanamo

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 02, 2011

The US prison at Guantanamo houses the worst of the worst of international jihad. But as the detainee assessments recently made public by WikiLeaks show, it is a description that can be applied to US evidence gathering as well. By John Goetz, Mathieu von Rohr, Marcel Rosenbach and Britta Sandberg more... Comment ]