“The CIA killer drones programme is the death penalty without trial, and the new face of US counter-terrorism policy. Reprieve is assisting survivors and victims’ families in their fight for legal accountability, transparency and justice.” (Reprieve)
Glenn Greenwald, known especially from Snowden case, is a founding editor of The Intercept, which published following anti-drone report based on leaked documents. The Intercept has set up a secure drop box to facilitate government employees’ illegally providing classified information to the organization. These persons are refered as “whistleblowers.” Sure leakers have different motives and have made preselection what material to leak and as a result investigative journalists have only one part of the total material for use for their analysis. Despite these shortcomings the leaked documents and follow-up analysis give anyway an inside view about issue.
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Based on leaked documents TRANSCEND Media Service has now published a special feature to give even more deeper view about issue with following articles:
Ryan Devereaux – The Intercept
Civilian Casualties and Strategic Failures in America’s Longest War
Cora Currier and Peter Maass – The Intercept
Flawed Intelligence and the Limits of Drone Technology
Ryan Gallagher – The Intercept
Stripped of British Citizenship and Killed by an American Drone
Nick Turse – The Intercept
The U.S. Military’s Expanding Footprint in East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula
The Intercept – TRANSCEND Media Service
A guide to the acronyms, abbreviations, and initialisms used in The Drone Papers. We defer to definitions provided in the source text where available; other interpretations are based on open source material.
Jon Schwarz – The Intercept
“There are no nations, there are no peoples … there is no America, there is no democracy. There is only IBM and ITT and AT&T and DuPont, Dow, Union Carbide, and Exxon. Those are the nations of the world today.” IBM received over $1.34 billion in federal contracts in fiscal year 2014, an increase of $108 million over FY 2013.
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