If Assange is sent to the U.S., he would face up to 175 years in prison over unprecedented espionage charges for publishing truthful information in the public interest.
Go to the Allies page under the “Resources” menu item to see a list of recommended Twitter accounts to follow to get regular updates on Assange’s extradition hearings.
See daily court reports from Bridges for Media Freedom below, and journalists who regularly cover Julian Assange beneath that.
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- A British judge blocked Julian Assange's extradition to the US. The prosecution indicated its intent to appeal. Meanwhile, Assange remains in prison. The post Julian Assange’s Extradition Appeals Process appeared first on Assange Defense.
- Press freedom, human rights, free speech, and digital privacy organizations have been sounding the alarm over the prosecution and attempted extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange ever since his arrest in April 2019. Now a district court judge in London has ruled against extraditing him from the United Kingdom to […]
- Sunday, January 17th 2021 | 11:00am CST/ 12:00pm ESTOnline Event: Register here Hosted by the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee Speakers: Nils Melzer–United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture Ray McGovern–former, longtime CIA Russia analyst, presidential daily briefer, and co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) Moderator: Ann Batiza–Milwaukee Branch of the Assange Defense […]
- Tuesday, January 12th 2021 | 5pm PT / 8pmETOnline Event: Register here Hosted by the Los Angeles Branch of the Assange Defense Committee Speakers: Jody Armour—Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law, University of Southern California, and author of N*gga Theory: Race, Language, Unequal Justice, and the Law Marjorie Cohn—Professor Emerita, Thomas Jefferson School of […]
- Two days after blocking Julian Assange’s extradition to the United States, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser has denied Assange’s bail application, keeping him in custody at HMP Belmarsh while the U.S. appeals the decision. Lawyers for Assange today argued to release Assange immediately, saying he would accept stringent conditions including house […]
Craig Murray’s Reports
25 February – 1 March 2020
7 September – 1 October 2020
Day 5: by Craig Murray
The links herein will provide readers with full details of the Hearings in London of the case of Julian Assange, beginning 25 February 2020 to 15th October 2020.
With much gratitude we acknowledge the following contributors:
– Witnesses Testimonies: https://assangedefense.org/live-blog-entry/guide-to-testimony-in-julian-assanges-extradition-hearing/
– Daily Reports by the JADC: https://assangedefense.org/live-blog-entry/guide-to-testimony-in-julian-assanges-extradition-hearing/
– Don’t Extradite Assange: https://dontextraditeassange.com/mp/
– Ruptly TV: https://www.ruptly.tv/en/landing/Assange
– the World Socialist Web Site: http://www.wsws.org
– Global Research http://www.globalresearch.ca
Kevin Gosztola’s Coverage on Shadowproof
- Dissenter Weekly: Whistleblowing Cops, ExxonMobil Fraud—Plus, US Appeals Assange Extradition DecisionIn this edition of “Dissenter Weekly," host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola opens with a couple recent stories involving whistleblowers at police departments, who took a stand against abusive activity. The post Dissenter Weekly: Whistleblowing Cops, ExxonMobil Fraud—Plus, US Appeals Assange Extradition Decision appeared first on Shadowproof.
- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden were not offered clemency because Trump "did not want to anger Senate Republicans who will soon determine whether he's convicted during his Senate trial." The post Trump Reportedly Abandoned Pardons For Snowden And Assange appeared first on Shadowproof.
- For this edition of “Dissenter Weekly” in 2021, host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola highlights complaints from whistleblowers at Voice of America over Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's speech, which they described as a "publicity stunt." The post Dissenter Weekly: Pompeo’s Political Propaganda, Plus Pardon Push In Australia For Assange […]
- During the final days of Donald Trump's presidency, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo renewed his efforts to incite greater conflict between the United States and Iran. He also used Voice of America (VOA) to broadcast a speech that a group of whistleblowers described as "political propaganda." The post Making US […]
- On the first edition of “Dissenter Weekly” in 2021, host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola starts off the year with coverage of NSA whistleblower Reality Winner, who allegedly was threatened by a guard over a sexual assault claim she filed. The post Dissenter Weekly: Reality Winner’s Sexual Abuse Claim, Trump’s […]