The worst fears of Julian Assange's legal team have just been realized. Just as Wikileaks' editor in chief anticipated, the DoJ has revealed that a grand jury in Virginia has returned a new 18-count superseding indictment against Assange that incl
The treacherous government of Ecuador has opened Julian Assange's private quarters at its UK embassy up to US investigators, who have seized Assange's legal defense documents, medical records, and electronic devices. In what kind of court is the pr
Given To The United States...What's happening with Julian Assange is heart-breaking. He's a hero, just like Edward Snowden. Government secrets are kept, not to protect 'national security' as commonly claimed, but rather to protect political a
Update: In my explanation today of Assange's case, I noted corruption in the British court's ruling. Former British Ambassador Craig Murray indentifies the corrupt act committed by the British judge, Lord Phillips. The ambassador's explanatio
-in Belmarsh to check he is being treated decently
and Extradition...The Swedish prosecuting authority announced at a Stockholm press conference Monday that Sweden would seek Assange's extradition from Britain to face investigation on a nearly decade-old allegation of sexual assault.
The founder of Cryptome.org and veteran publisher of suppressed documents joins us to discuss what can be learned from the Wikileaks phenomenon, including the ways that information leaks can themselves be manipulated. We also discuss corporate compli
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Julian Assange is rotting in a high-security prison for being a journalist as Trump pardons a soldier convicted of murdering a man in US custody.
The Assange Extradition Begins!
During the first hearing in what's expected to be a protracted legal battle over the US's extradition request, Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange told a British judge that he wished to fight extradition, and the hearing was concluded with the next cou
Assange Sentenced! Will Do More Time Than Epstein
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been sentenced to 50 weeks in jail for breaching his bail conditions.