Blog posts with "National Security Whistleblower"

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New York Times Endorses Clemency for Whistleblower Edward Snowden

On New Year’s Day, the editorial board of The New York Times published an editorial that persuasively and concisely argues for clemency for Edward Snowden and his recognition as a public interest whistleblower that “has done his country a great service.” Campbell Law wholeheartedly agrees with The New York Times’ support for Edward Snowden and opposition to our path towards an Orwellian surveillance state. Accordingly, their editorial entitled Edward Snowden, Whistle-blower is republi...

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Bradley Manning Conviction and the Future of National Security Whistleblowers

Bradley Manning’s recent conviction of 19 criminal charges including six charges of espionage is a partial victory for the Obama Administration’s campaign to suppress national security whistleblowers who, as acts of conscience, leak classified information revealing government crimes. However, Bradley Manning’s acquittal on the charge of ‘aiding the enemy’ constitutes “a setback for the Obama administration’s aggressive prosecution of leaks,” according to a recent MSNBC artic...

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Tell President Obama to STOP Prosecuting Whistleblowers

The Obama Administration’s suppression of national security whistleblowers betrays  President Obama’s promise to the American people to protect these whistleblowers. The  following promise appeared on the 2008 website of the Obama transition team (Change.gov)  until it was removed a couple days after Edward Snowden first blew the whistle on the NSA’s  massive unconstitutional surveillance program: Often the best source of information about waste, fraud, and abuse in government  is...

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Endorsement of Support for NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden

We, the founding attorneys of Campbell Law, endorse the following statement issued by the National Whistleblowers Center in support of NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden: Edward Snowden should not be prosecuted. Instead, the White House must keep the promise made by President Obama, during his 2008 election campaign, when he pledged to support legislation that would fully protect all government whistleblowers, including those in sensitive national security positions….Until Congress enacts a...

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