AIPAC, Espionage Act & First Amendment related links

Friday, August 25, 2006

Josh Gerstein, “Watchdog Group
Removes Anti-Missile Report From Site,”
New York Sun, Aug. 15,

“AIPAC Defendants Did Not Seek
Classified Document, Court Rules,”
Secrecy News, Aug. 14, 2006

Richard B. Schmitt, “Lobbyists
to Stand Trial in Spy Case,”
Los Angeles Times, Aug. 11, 2006

Jeannie Shawl, “Federal
judge rules Espionage Act constitutional in lobbyists leak case,”
Aug. 10, 2006

Susan Burgess, “National security
trumps First Amendment in espionage case,”
Reporters Committee for Freedom
of the Press, Aug. 10, 2006

Susan Burgess, “The
Big Chill: An Espionage Act case in a Virginia federal court exposes the murky
standards governing national security discussions,”
Reporters Committee for
Freedom of the Press, Spring 2006

Susan Burgess, “Judge Ellis'
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, Spring

Jeffrey Goldberg, “Real
Insiders: A pro-Israel lobby and an F.B.I. sting,”
The New Yorker,
June 27, 2006

Peter Saharko, “Senators examine legal
authority for prosecuting media,”
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the
Press, June 6, 2006

Walter Pincus, “First
Amendment Issues Raised About Espionage Act,” Washington Post, March 31,
2006, A-06

James M. Yoch, Jr., “Former
Pentagon official sentenced 12 years for classified info leak,”
20, 2006

Elana Kornbilt, “Former
DOD analyst, pro-Israel lobbyists plead not guilty to conspiracy charges,”

JURIST, Aug. 16, 2005

Ron Kampeas and Matthew E. Berger, “A Big
Chill In D.C.? — Indictment of ex-AIPAC staffers triggers anxiety among
Jewish Week, Aug. 12, 2005

Holly Manges Jones, “Former
pro-Israel lobbyists indicted for disclosing classified US defense info,”

JURIST, Aug. 4, 2005

Alexandria Samuel, “Indictment
against former Pentagon analyst unsealed,”
JURIST, June 13, 2005

Jeannie Shawl, “Pentagon
analyst pleads guilty to leaking classified info,” JURIST, Oct. 5,