Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 17, 2013

Hercs in a Row

House Passes Sweeping $638 Billion Defense Bill

Afghans Poised to Take Security Lead From the US and NATO

Pentagon Project Wants To Decrease Human Control Of Drones

NSA Swears Its Spy Programs Are No Big Deal in PRISM Spin War

Suit Filed Against NSA, Administration Over Surveillance Program


Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 12, 2013

Edward Snowden

ACLU Sues Obama Administration Over NSA Surveillance

Senate Committee Confronts NSA Director on Surveillance

NSA Leak Prompts Calls For Less Reliance On Defense Contractors

Public Just Fine With Government Snooping in Name of Counterterrorism

Senate Panel Rejects Request for Military Base Closings

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 7, 2013


US Confirms That It Gathers Online Data Overseas

Leaked Order Offers Insight on Secret Surveillance Powers

Surveillance Order Approved Without Any Ties to Foreign Intelligence Collection

Verizon Breaks Silence on Top-Secret Surveillance of Its Customers

Pakistan Families of Victims Demand Halt to US Drone Strikes

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 6, 2013

Helo Over Mountains

Pakistan Again Calls For an End to US Drone Strikes

Government Gathers Phone Records of Verizon Customers

Fort Hood Shooting Suspect Says He Was Defending Taliban

Guantanamo Detainees Claim Genitals Being Searched

Lawmakers Include Military Sexual Assault Reforms in Funding Bill

A U.S. Army Alaska Aviation Task Force CH-47 Chinook helicopter flies along the Alaska Range on its way to Kahiltna Glacier. A team of eight soldiers and one Army civilian from FortWainwright were transported by B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment to the National Park Service base camp on the glacier to begin their attempt to climb MountMcKinley, North America’s tallest peak. The team members are representatives of U.S. Army Alaska’s NorthernWarfareTrainingCenter and the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division. (Army photo/John Pennell)

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 5, 2013


Manning Trial Shrouded in Secrecy and Security

Hacker Testifies That Manning Never Talked About Aiding Enemy

UN Accuses Rebels and Regime of War Crimes

Afghans Demand Arrest of US Troops Over Killings

British Soldiers Punished for Abusing Afghan Civilians

Photo: Accused WikiLeak Source Bradley Manning.