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Drone Whistleblower Thrown in Pen With Terrorists

by John Kiriaku, published on Consortium News, October 19, 2021 When the hearing occurs for the U.S. Appeal of the ruling on Julian Assange’s case, they will insist that they will treat him well and manage his fragile mental health.  I hope his lawyers will raise the issue of Daniel Hale’s treatment by the so called ‘justice system’ here.  Even […]

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US Government Seeks Harshest Sentence Ever In Leak Case Against Drone Whistleblower

by Kevin Gosztola, published on The Dissenter, July 20, 2021 The United States government urged a federal court to sentence drone whistleblower Daniel Hale to at least nine years in prison for disclosing documents to a reporter. Prosecutors maintained Hale joined the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) to steal classified information so he could “ingratiate himself” with journalists. They even […]

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We Gotta Stand with Daniel Hall, Drone Warfare Truth-Teller

On Saturday, July 17, 2021, activists representing many organizations, including the Ban Killer Drones campaign and Peace Action New York State, held a press conference in support of the whistleblower Daniel Hale, who revealed information about the U.S. drone warfare program. Daniel Hale served in the Air Force as an intelligence analyst. His task was to identify targets for the […]

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A “Traitor” to the American Death Machine Faces Years in Prison — While the Killing Goes On

By Chris Hedges, Published on Salon.com, July 13, 2021 Daniel Hale, an active-duty Air Force intelligence analyst, stood in the Occupy encampment in Zuccotti Park in October 2011 in his military uniform. He held up a sign that read “Free Bradley Manning,” who had not yet announced her transition. It was a singular act of conscience few in uniform had […]

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Why Daniel Hale Deserve Gratitude, Not Prison

by Kathy Kelly published on Countercurrents, July 07, 2021 “Pardon Daniel Hale.” These words hung in the air on a recent Saturday evening, projected onto several Washington, D.C. buildings, above the face of a courageous whistleblower facing ten years in prison. The artists aimed to inform the U.S. public about Daniel E. Hale, a former Air Force analyst who blew […]

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