US v. Schulte – Transcript and Exhibit Library

Below are the transcripts purchased for the public by the Calyx Institute. For the sake of ease of use, I am posting a library where they can all be found together. The trial is expected to last a month or more. Court transcripts are expensive. Calyx Institute, through the work of Jeff Landale and others, granted a $2,500 budget, but we could expect to pay up to around $4,000 or…

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The Master Timeline

This timeline is a research work product that relies on information obtained from both open source and traditional investigative methods. It now includes information related to the prosecution of Joshua Schulte, on trial for espionage in the Southern District of New York for leaking Central Intelligence Agency cyber weapons to WikiLeaks in Spring of 2016. It also includes the US case against Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks. Work on…

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Risky Business podcast: ‘Alexa O’Brien on Wikileaks, intelligence and influence’

Patrick Gray at Risky Business cybersecurity podcast invited me on to discuss Wikileaks, intelligence and influence. Have a listen. Just posted a fantastic interview with @alexadobrien, whose coverage of the Manning trial at Fort Meade briefly pulled her into the Wikileaks orbit. Its a freewheeling interview and I hope you all enjoy it.https://t.co/hgeNe86nc6 pic.twitter.com/XcxLFowsLA— Patrick Gray (@riskybusiness) January 23, 2020

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Andy Mueller-Maguhn’s 36c3 talk about UC Global

At the 36th annual congress for the Chaos Computer Club (#36c3), member Andy Mueller Maguhn gave two presentations about the surveillance of Julian Assange by two private contractors hired by Ecuadorian state intelligence under former President Rafael Correa and current President Lenin Moreno. Undercover Global (UC Global), according to Mueller-Maguhn, was hired by the Ecuadorian government around 2015, and replaced by PROM Security April 2018. Mueller-Maguhn's account omits the obvious,…

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I plan to write about U.S. v. Assange and related WikiLeaks espionage cases, so here is my disclaimer.

I wanted to put this statement up on my blog, because I intend to write more about the U.S. prosecution of Julian Assange and related WikiLeaks espionage cases. I haven’t written about the subject regularly for public consumption, despite being an expert, by choice. Since I am a subject matter expert on the Chelsea Manning court-martial record and the U.S. investigation into civilians involved in the 2010 breach, however, I…

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