As the WikiLeaks saga marches on, federal investigations creep
closer to home. And while the courts still have yet to determine how much
whistle blowing is and isn't legal, Boston
activists are speaking out -- and coming to the defense of Bradley Manning.
Manning, the US Army private accused of downloading and
transferring classified government information to WikiLeaks, attended a party
in Boston University's
"hacker space" just three months before WikiLeaks published the now-infamous "Collateral
Murder" video footage evidencing the US military in killings of Reuters
journalists and Iraqi civilians.
Today's the last chance to hit the Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl. And if you're gonna do it right, these are the rules:
1. This is a war zone. Don’t bring strollers into it.
2. It’s a sprint AND a marathon. Six-cup sissies stay home. Leave more space for the heavy hitters.
3. It’s okay to use the coupon for a charity event; they created it to use (text SCOOP to 22122 for $1 off admission).
Welcome to "Meet the Mayor," a segment in which we interview local Foursquare Mayors in
their natural habitats.
Boston City Hall PlazaPaul Pereira
Are you envious of
the mayor of City Hall -- either of them?Menino 's got a hard job. I'm not jealous of him. He's done
it for so long, I bet he's pretty good at it, whether people want to believe he
is or not.