Court Strikes Down Effort To Punish Trump For WikiLeaks Release Of DNC Emails

A Bill Clinton-appointed judge dismissed a case that, at its core, was a private effort to punish and deter free speech because it embarrassed the left. July 30, 2019   On July 30, Judge John G. Koeltl declared that the materials WikiLeaks published from the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election cycle were “a … More Court Strikes Down Effort To Punish Trump For WikiLeaks Release Of DNC Emails

Bias on the Bench: Magistrate in Children’s Hospital Hacking Case Has Financial Conflicts of Interest

Nov 16, 2017  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   A young man accused of hacking Boston Children’s Hospital to save the life of a teen girl claims that court documents show that he is the victim of persecution by prosecution. The documents — provided to The New American — also certainly show that the federal magistrate in his case … More Bias on the Bench: Magistrate in Children’s Hospital Hacking Case Has Financial Conflicts of Interest