In a bold and surprising move Daniel Ellsberg came out today and publicly announced he was a significant source of leaks coming from the Department of Defence on the Vietnam War in 1971. This is a credible report and his pedigree and proof is clearly laid out for all to see and verify. ~Q~ / II-Neutron
— Daniel Ellsberg (@DanielEllsberg) January 15, 2014
I am Daniel Ellsberg, the former State and Defense Department official who leaked 7,000 pages of Top Secret documents on the Vietnam War to the New York Times and 19 other papers in 1971.
Recently, I co-founded the Freedom of the Press Foundation. Yesterday, we announced Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower, will be joining our board of directors!
Here’s our website: https://pressfreedomfoundation.org
I believe that Edward Snowden has done more to support and defend the Constitution—in particular, the First and Fourth Amendments—than any member of Congress or any other employee or official of the Executive branch, up to the president: every one of whom took that same oath, which many of them have violated.
Ask me anything.
Here’s proof it’s me: https://twitter.com/DanielEllsberg/status/423520429676826624
If you want to take action against mass surveillance, visit TheDayWeFightBack and demand reform in Congress on February 11th.