The rule of law is not being applied in Julian Assange’s case, just as it was not applied in mine, says lawyer Steven Donziger.
British MP: Minister ‘Misled’ Parliament on Secret Assange Operation
Matt Kennard and John McEvoy report on a member of Parliament’s questioning of the Foreign Office about its staff’s involvement in the secret policing operation to seize the WikiLeaks publisher from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
UK Govt Deployed 15 Staff on Secret Op to Seize Assange
New information raises further concerns about the politicization of the WikiLeaks founder’s legal case, Matt Kennard reports.
Rafael Correa: ‘They Have Already Destroyed Assange’
Declassified UK’s Matt Kennard sits down with the former president of Ecuador who in 2012 granted the WikiLeaks publisher asylum and now lives in political asylum himself.
Pompeo Sued Over Surveillance of Assange Visitors
Guests who visited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in the Ecuador embassy have sued the C.I.A., former C.I.A. Director Mike Pompeo and Spanish security firm UC Global for allegedly violating their 4th Amendment rights.
Craig Murray: Donziger — a Tale for Our Times
This case shows how we are all, in a sense, the prisoners of corporations which dictate the terms on which we live, work and share knowledge.
Donziger Free After ‘Completely Unjust’ Detention
After expressing relief and thanking his supporters, the human rights attorney emphasized that Chevron still intends to pursue a civil case against him.
The Great ‘What if?’ for Julian Assange
What if Julian Assange had walked out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2013? asks Joe Lauria.
High Court in Ecuador Rules in Favor of ‘Rights of Nature’
The legal battle concerned the mining authorizations Ecuador granted covering approximately two-thirds of the biodiverse-rich Los Cedros Protected Forest.
CHRIS HEDGES: The Anonymous Executioners of the Corporate State
Imprisoning the David to Chevron’s Goliath is the latest outrage by a U.S. judiciary now engineered to favor the interests of capital.