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On Saturday, CN Live! webcast an extraordinary program analyzing the first week of the resumption of the extradition hearing of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange. 

We had on the defense’s star witness of the week, Trevor Timm, executive director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation.  He was questioned by Shadowproof managing editor Kevin Gosztola, who is receiving wide praise for his live tweeting of the courtroom action; Stefania Maurizi, the Italian journalist who has partnered with WikiLeaks to publish some of its biggest releases, and whose freedom of information requests exposed corruption surrounding the Swedish process against Asssange; and by Alexander Mercouris, a British legal analyst and editor with particular insights into the UK justice system. 

Kim Dotcom, the internet entrepreneur and friend of WikiLeaks and Assange, called into the program unexpectedly and made a major contribution to the understanding of the case. 

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