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June 28, 2013 // 19:48 // 9 months ago
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  1. repressionstate reblogged this from letterstomycountry
  2. technoschoolbus said: It’s posts like this which make the blogosphere lose credibility.
  3. rachelcstella answered: Absolutely not. If the government even hints at taking such an action, I’ll be joining the column-writing brigade.
  4. taiganaut answered: That’s a rhetorical question, right? They very idea is beyond preposterous.
  5. celene answered: Why would he be? Journalism is not illegal.
  6. kyriarchy answered: jfc, why are you even entertaining the possibility?
  7. squashedcomments reblogged this from virtualephemera and added:
    I think that’s right. Greenwald is (and should be) immune from prosecution unless somebody has facts I don’t. If...
  8. virtualephemera reblogged this from squashed and added:
    I think the First Amendment pretty clearly protects Greenwald from criminal prosecution. If facts were misrepresented or...
  9. annie-mosity reblogged this from timecubed
  10. timecubed reblogged this from shortformblog
  11. squashed reblogged this from shortformblog and added:
    Isn’t the relevant question whether Glenn Greenwald committed a crime? How solid is the evidence? If he didn’t, doesn’t...
  12. theonecalledbiz reblogged this from letterstomycountry
  13. theodorekazinski answered: That would definitely be crossing the line. And it’s a scary thing that it might even be considered. Very nasty situation.
  14. dingo answered: I don’t particularly like him, mostly because he usually comes off as sanctimonious, but charging him with a crime would be idiotic.
  15. angryomen answered: The last thing we need is to discourage journalists from reporting on things that matter.
  16. lateralsymmetry answered: No. Hell no.
  17. citicenx answered: He should be given a fucking medal…
  18. mhhe said: The only crimes where commited by the US government, not by whistleblowers and journalists.
  19. letterstomycountry reblogged this from shortformblog and added:
    Agree or disagree with Greenwald, he’s one of the most active critics of the U.S. Government and he performs a valuable...
  20. theyalwayswantyoutoproveit reblogged this from shortformblog
  21. themodernsound answered: It should be impossible. He’s a journalist. If they try and charge him I’m leaving the country.
  22. darkkaomi answered: No. That’s what journalists are supposed to do. If anything, he should be praised.
  23. dimplevjk answered: Absolutely not. It would create the chilling effect! Why would you criminalise journalism like that?
  24. haikusandhyperboles answered: Charging Greenwald would in itself, be committing treason.
  25. bobbycaputo said: He shouldn’t be charged with anything.
  26. stilitsune said: Neither should be. If anything the US should be charged. Problem solved. None of the two caused any harm to the public. But the NSA is.
  27. joshdierickx reblogged this from shortformblog