On WikiLeaks:
  • A Spanish judge has reopened an investigation into the alleged torture of Guantanamo detainees. This included seeking elaboration on materials made public by WikiLeaks.
  • Using the Way Back Machine, you can view the WikiLeaks website from 2007, just months into its creation.
  • WL Central has released an update, which covers new developments in Bradley Manning's case and press coverage of WikiLeaks releases.
  • A debate on WikiLeaks will be held in Houston, Texas, featuring Assange lawyer Geoffrey Robertson and New York Times reporter Eric Schmitt.

On Julian Assange:

On Bradley Manning:
  • An article in The Nation analyzes the allegations that Bradley Manning harmed national security.
  • Press liaison for The Bradley Manning Support Network was on RT discussing the news that Manning was recommended to face court martial.
  • The Bradley Manning Support Network has released an update, which discusses the proposed court martial and public rights.

Upcoming Dates:
01/14/2012: Bradley Manning in prison for 600 days.
01/21/2012: "War on the Internet" panel in Melbourne with Jacob Appelbaum.
01/24/2012: Announcement of Academy Awards. "Incident in New Baghdad" is in the running. 
01/28/2012: WikiLeaks debate in Houston, Texas.
02/01/2012: Julian Assange will appeal to the Supreme Court.
02/01/2012: Vigil for Julian Assange at UK Supreme Court, 9AM. 
04/25/2012: Kristinn Hrafnsson to speak at International Journalism Festival in Perugia.
05/23/2012: Julian Assange to speak at EIM2012 in The Netherlands.

WikiLeaks has been financially blockaded for 406 days.
(more info: http://wikileaks.org/Banking-Blockade.html)
Julian Assange has been under house arrest without charge for 403 days.  
Bradley Manning has been detained for 600 days.