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enrica

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WikiLeaks: the cables have been used in multiple court cases
« on: January 31, 2013, 08:31:16 AM »
WikiLeak's today's tweet on how the cables have been helpful, used in various court cases:

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via @WikiLeaks:

WikiLeaks cables have been used in multiple court cases as evidence. See: http://bit.ly/XlcfEa  http://bit.ly/VjlJhH  http://bit.ly/WzOmdH


https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/296824697050525698

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Mentioned articles:

1. WikiLeaks documents used in courts: The case of the Iranian bank

http://wikileaks-press.org/wikileaks-documents-used-in-courts-the-case-of-the-iranian-bank/

2. Judge orders cross-examination of officials over WikiLeaks documents

Unprecedented step in Chagos Islands case is first time one of the WikiLeaks cables has featured in a UK court case

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jul/25/judge-wikileaks-document

3. El Masri ruling - Pdf document

bit.ly/WzOmdH

Linkback: http://www.wikileaks-forum.com/accountability-progress/32/wikileaks-the-cables-have-been-used-in-multiple-court-cases/17294/

enrica

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Re: WikiLeaks: the cables have been used in multiple court cases
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2013, 10:35:40 AM »
WikiLeaks Cables Used in Multiple Court Cases

In News, WikiLeaks on January 31, 2013 at 12:27 PM


WikiLeaks documents used in courts: The case of the Iranian bank

Another case in our series of articles about WikiLeaks documents used in a trial. Published in UK  Human Right Blogs on January 30, 2013 by David Hart,  under the title: EU Court annuls EU freezing orders on Iranian bank – and Wikileaks again Bank Mellat v Council of the European Union (supported by EU Commission), EU General Court, 29 January 2013 (read…

31 January, 2013 / Impact, Latest news, Leaks, The Embassy Cables, WikiLeaks and the law

WikiLeaks documents used in courts: The case of diamond mining in Zimbabwe


By  SW Radio Africa  – Alex Bell -  28 January 2013. In this case, the documents were not exactly used in courts as a proof in a lawsuit, but were the starting point of a defamation trial.   Original Title: African Consolidated Resources a ‘sacrificial lamb’ after losing WikiLeaks case. The head of a former Chiadzwa based mining company, who…

28 January, 2013 / Impact, Latest news, Leaks, The Embassy Cables, WikiLeaks and the law

Wikileaks documents barred from Turkish courts: The case of Turkish prime minister


Daily News January 12, 2013 (In this case, the use of Wikileaks documents has been refused.) The Ankara Chief Prosecutor’s Office dismissed a complaint on Jan. 11 concerning Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an’s alleged improper benefit from eight accounts with Swiss banks. The claims were based on cables released by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks. “Attributing evidence value to documents that…

16 January, 2013 / Impact, Latest news, Leaks, The Embassy Cables, WikiLeaks and the law

Wikileaks documents used in courts: The case of Chagos islanders

published by the Guardian on Wednesday 25 July 2012 under the title: Judge orders cross-examination of officials over WikiLeaks documents A top judge has taken the unprecedented step of ordering two senior government officials to face cross-examination in court over a classified US document leaked by WikiLeaks. It is thought to be the first time that one of the WikiLeaks…

18 December, 2012 / Impact, Latest news, Leaks, The Embassy Cables

Wikileaks documents used in courts: The case of Khaled El-Masri
 
Article published on Huffington post by Angela Charlton onDecember13th,2012 under the title: Khaled El-Masri, German Allegedly Kidnapped By CIA In Afghanistan, Wins Case   PARIS — A European court issued a landmark ruling Thursday that condemned the CIA’s “extraordinary renditions” programs and bolstered those who say they were illegally kidnapped and tortured as part of an overzealous war on terrorism….

18 December, 2012 / Impact, Latest news, Leaks, The Embassy Cables

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