Join Assange’s father, an Australian MP, a former national news presenter, two medical professionals and CN‘s legal analyst in a discussion about the upcoming appeal hearing.
The U.S. appeal at the High Court in London against the decision not to extradite WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange on health grounds will be heard on Oct. 27 and 28. Live from Sydney’s Politics in the Pub on Tuesday was a discussion about the grounds of the appeal, its possible outcomes and the impact of recent revelations by former CIA officers and U.S. officials about a plot to kill or kidnap Assange.
With Assange’s father John Shipton, was Mary Kostakidis, former SBS News anchor; clinical psychologist Lissa Johnson, Prof. Bill Hogan, MP Julian Hill and Alexander Mercouris, editor of The Duran and CN legal analyst. A joint production of Politics in the Pub and CN Live!, produced by Cathy Vogan.
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