With Julian Assange facing possible extradition from Britain to the U.S. for publishing classified secrets, it is worth reflecting on the parallel but divergent case of a notorious Chilean dictator...
US Gov't: Assange Is Not a 'Real' Journalist. Press Protections Don't Apply to Him... or to You
Innocent Grandma Locked Up for Months Because Cops Thought Cotton Candy Was Meth
In one of the most sweeping criminal justice reforms to date, the state of Illinois will wipe the records of nearly 800,000 people whose lives were ruined by the war on marijuana.
New Zealand: A court sentenced Philip Arps to two years in jail for sharing a video of the mass shooting in the mosque in Christchurch this past March. Soon after the attack, New Zealand's Office of Film and Literature classified the video as "ob
Assange will never see fair trial amid 'industrial-grade demonization campaign' – Max Blumenthal
The Michigan Attorney General's Office has dismissed all pending criminal charges arising from the Flint drinking water crisis, saying it has instead started over with an expanded investigation.
A South Carolina mom took her son's well-being into her own hands by showing up at his school to confront bullies that had allegedly been making his life very difficult.
Extradition request said based on May indictment
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his former colleagues on Monday took their fight against being extradited to the U.S. to New Zealand's top court.
"Last Fight For Hong Kong": Over 1 Million March In Protests Against China Extradition Bill
One of the central arguments in favor of the government's monopoly on police powers is that government police are essential in "keeping us safe." Without this "thin blue line" between chaos and order, we are told, society will descend into chaos.
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A Swedish court dealt state prosecutors a blow on Monday, denying a request for a Euroepan Arrest Warrant (EAW) to detain WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for extradition once his 50-week sentence is up in the UK for skipping bail.
The U.S. government on Thursday unveiled an 18-count indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, charging him under the 1917 Espionage Act for his role in the 2010 publication of a trove of secret documents relating to the Iraq and Afghanist
BATTLE OVER ASSANGE'S COMPUTER: U.S. COULD PLANT FALSE EVIDENCE ON SCRUBBED COMPUTER
A former CIA analyst-turned-whistleblower says that an extradited Julian Assange would have no chance of a fair trial in front of a federal judge who "reserves every national security case for herself."
John Walker Lindh, the so-called 'American Taliban', is being let out of federal prison over three years ahead of schedule, and people want to know why.
Entire case file sealed by judge
Swedish prosecutors said Monday they are reopening a rape case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and will seek his extradition from Britain.
Philadelphia has one of the worst heroin problems in the country, and the city's District Attorney recently went public with a radical and controversial solution.
Kim Kardashian has reportedly helped free as many as 17 inmates by secretly funding a criminal justice campaign.
"Sexual predation by police officers happens far more often than people in the business are willing to admit."--Former Seattle police chief Norm Stamper
Julian Assange had his first day in court on Thursday in his fight against extradition to the United States in an historic press freedom case that could have a profound impact on the future of journalism.
May still be extradited to Sweden or US for more charges
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Butina apologizes for the 'discord' she created
At around midnight on July 25-26, 1985, two things happened 15 miles away from each other in Birmingham, Alabama.