David McBride

Suzanne James speaks with Greens Senator David Shoebridge about war crimes, whistleblowers and weed.

Defend whistleblowers, defend democracy - protesters outside the ACT Supreme Court on November 13

Whistleblower David McBride is going to be sentenced in the new year after he was denied the opportunity to appeal and prosecutors argued against further delays. Binoy Kampmark reports.

David McBride arrives at court to a hero's welcome

War crimes whistleblower David McBride received a hero's welcome when he arrived to face court, writes Alex Bainbridge.

Whistleblower David McBride gave this speech on the eve of his prosecution for exposing Australian war crimes.

This episode of the Green Left Show highlights the campaign to defend whistleblower rights, in particular the case of David McBride who faces trial in November.

Andrew Wilkie wants the Labor government to use the power it has to “discontinue the politically-motivated prosecutions” of whistleblowers David McBride and Richard Boyle. Paul Gregoire reports.

David McBride speaking outside Labor's national conference in Meanjin. Photo: Alex Bainbidge

Three years after the Brereton inquiry into war crimes in Afghanistan, not one of the perpetrators has been charged but David McBride faces jail for revealing them. Alex Bainbridge reports.

A protest is being planned when United States President Joe Biden arrives for the Quad summit on May 24. Karri Bramble reports.

Oliver Schulz's charge relates to the shooting death of Afghan man Dad Mohammad during an ADF raid.

In a significant development in justice and accountability, the first soldier to face war crimes charges for their alleged actions in Afghanistan is set to face court. Pip Hinman reports.

Rachel Evans standing in solidarity with legendary whistleblowers.

Italian artist Davide Dormino’s life-sized bronze sculptures of Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden invite the public to show solidarity with whistleblowers. Peter Boyle reports.

Had the farcical prosecution of former ACT Attorney General Bernard Collaery gone on, all suspicions about a legal system slanted in favour of the national security state would have been answered, argues Binoy Kampmark.

Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus' decision to drop the prosecution of Bernard Collaery has been widely welcomed. Kerry Smith reports.