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Espionage Act

Espionage Act

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Published by Michael Drew Prior
Ugly power.
Ugly power.

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Published by: Michael Drew Prior on Dec 28, 2010
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Espionage Act:How theGovernmentCan Engage inSeriousAggression
Against thePeople of theUnited States
By Naomi Wolf December 10, 2010 "HuffingtonPost" -- This
week, Senators JoeLieberman and Dianne Feinsteinengaged in acts of serious aggressionagainst their own constituents, andthe American people in general.They both invoked the 1917Espionage Act and urged its use ingoing after Julian Assange. For good
measure, Lieberman extended hisinvocation of the Espionage Act toinclude a call to use it to investigatethe
 New York Times
, which published WikiLeaks' diplomaticcables. Reports yesterday suggestthat U.S. Attorney General EricHolder may seek to invoke theEspionage Act against Assange.These two Senators, and the rest of the Congressional and White Houseleadership who are coming forwardin support of this appallingdevelopment, are cynically countingon Americans' ignorance of their own history -- an ignorance that isstoked and manipulated by those

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