The convicted Wikileaker gets the longest sentence ever for releasing U.S. government information to the public.
The Wikileaks leaker was convicted on 17 of 22 charges brought by the government, but not the most serious one.
Barrett Brown sits in a jail cell, awaiting trial for his role as an informal spokesperson for Anonymous and for making threats against the FBI, in what looks like a classic case of prosecutorial overreach.
Today, WikiLeaks released its biggest trove of classified information yet, but it’s all about events in the past. Is WikiLeaks still relevant?