Twitter Suspended My Account For Sharing WikiLeaks’ Collateral Murder Video

Twitter locked my account for reposting the infamous ‘Collateral Murder’ video on the 11th anniversary of its release by WikiLeaks. The murderers walked free. The only one who faced consequences was the one who released the footage. And now Twitter is here to cover it all up…

Twitter locked my account and forced me to remove a Tweet containing the ‘Collateral Murder’ video released by Assange 11 years ago today. They claim it violates their policy on graphic content—I would argue the US Military’s war crimes need infinitely more exposure…

While Twitter hasn’t wiped the ‘Collateral Murder’ footage from its platform, it has moved to take away posts that explain the context surrounding it. To this day, the only ones charged for the horrific war crimes depicted in the video are the ones who exposed them…

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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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