Duncan Campbell is a freelance writer who worked for the Guardian for more than 20 years, as crime correspondent and Los Angeles correspondent. He previously worked for City Limits, Time Out and LBC. He is the author of two novels, If It Bleeds, published in 2009, and The Paradise Trail, (2008) and five non-fiction books, including The Underworld and That Was Business, This Is Personal.
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Tuesday, November 07, 2017
CIA Director Met Advocate of Disputed DNC Hack Theory - At Trump's Request
CIA Director Mike Pompeo met late last month with a former U.S. intelligence official who has become an advocate for a disputed theory that the theft of the Democratic National Committee’s emails during the 2016 presidential campaign was an inside job, rather than a hack by Russian intelligence...
Monday, March 07, 2011
Don't Forget Bradley Manning
Tomorrow morning, Private First Class Bradley Manning will be required to stand naked for the daily roll call in the US marine base in Quantico, Virginia, where he is being held on multiple charges, including "aiding the enemy", for his alleged role in the release of tens of thousands of US security files to WikiLeaks .