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Mark Ames

  1. By Mark Ames , written on

    From the History desk

  2. The CIA and the American Psychological Association: Partners in crime

    The APA is implicated as an accessory to Pentagon and CIA torture. That shouldn't surprise anyone.

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    From the Murder desk

  3. Shillers for killers

    Revealed: How the tobacco industry paid journalists, scientists, activists and lawyers to cover up the most deadly crime in human history.

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    From the Murder desk

  4. "The poor, the young, the black and the stupid": Inside Big Tobacco's plans to kill a billion people

    The most outrageous business conspiracy in history and what today's tech giants have learned from it.

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    From the Murder desk

  5. A brief history of American gun nuts

    Neither Obama nor the other gun restrictions advocates grasp what they’re really dealing with.

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    From the Second Amendment desk

  6. The group that inspired Dylann Roof's massacre also took credit for the Confederate flag flying in SC

    "Since that time, other Southern heritage groups have become involved in defending the flag, though the CofCC continues to play a leading role in its defense."

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    From the Confederacy desk

  7. The ACLU helped the government harass Tor's Jacob Appelbaum

    This seems like a story of evil intrusive government-vs.-good civil libertarian activist. The truth is far more muddled and depressing.

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    From the Legal Affairs desk

  8. Pierre Omidyar's corporate spying scandal buried for good as eBay sells Craigslist stake

    It didn’t get much attention, but eBay just quietly unloaded its 28.4 percent stake in Craigslist, putting to rest one of the most sordid episodes in Silicon Valley, in which eBay executives — including First Look Media publisher Pierre Omidyar and HP chief Meg Whitman — were directly implicated in corporate spying, stealing secrets, and exploiting Craigslist’s anti-capitalist idealism.

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    From the News desk

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