WATCH: CN Live! — Due Process Violations in Assange Case

Deepa Driver, who was a legal observer in Assange’s courtroom throughout the process, enumerates the ways his due process rights have been violated. 

Interview by Joe Lauria. Video: Cathy Vogan.

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3 comments for “WATCH: CN Live! — Due Process Violations in Assange Case

  1. LeoSun
    May 27, 2022 at 00:36

    “Crank it Up!”

    W/o a doubt, Dr. Driver & Joe Lauria “Unpack’n” the “Due Process Violations in Assange Case,” is absolutely, RIVETING! And, sincerely appreciated. TY.

  2. JonT
    May 26, 2022 at 09:39

    This is a very interesting intervìew. Ms. Driver explains everything clearly and comprehensively. It should be very clear by now – except for the very dimmest – about what is happening to Julian Assange.
    Incidentaly I responded to a petition and wrote to my MP asking him to call for Assanges’ release. He says he has written to Priti Patel, the home secretary, and will forward me her reply. We shall see.

  3. Me Myself
    May 25, 2022 at 19:02

    Dr. Deepa Govindarajan Driver
    Death by a thousand cuts – Torture and Lawfare to Evade Accountability


    Drawing upon the cases of Abd-al Rahim al Nashiri, of Julian Assange and of other prisoners, Deepa will explore how the combination of torture and lawfare are being applied to deny accountability for the illegalities in the War on Terror. She will specifically cover how the judicial system and legal processes are routinely subverted by the US and the UK to deny accountability for heinous crimes while establishing a false veneer of legitimacy to state criminality.

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