Matt Taibbi joins CN Live! to discuss the implications of his Twitter Files revelations, including his latest on Hamilton 68 and its fatal blow to the Russiagate narrative. With Chris Hedges and John Kiriakou. Watch the replay.
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WATCH: CN Live! — Saving Assange, Saving US Face
Will Julian Assange be released in two months, as an Australian Broadcasting Corporation senior correspondent has predicted? CN Live! asks Greg Barns SC, an Assange campaign counsel for 11 years, and former Australian Senator Christine Milne at noon EST Monday.
CN’s Top Ten 2022 Assange Stories
Consortium News has been providing comprehensive coverage of the Julian Assange case since 2010. Here are our top ten Assange stories of 2022.
Fighting the ‘Psyopcracy’
It is a hard thing to combat because it’s not a physical enemy but rather messages that lodge themselves in millions of people’s minds. And it has come to rule over us.
WATCH: CN Live! — John Young: ‘Indict Me Too’
John Young, founder of the website cryptome.org, joins CN Live! to explain why he asked the U.S. Justice Dept. to make him a co-defendant with Julian Assange. Tonight, 8 pm EST.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘What’s Next For Ukraine?’
Scott Ritter, Mark Sleboda and Tony Kevin joined CN Live! to discuss recent events, the current situation and the future of the conflict in Ukraine. Watch the replay.
WATCH: CN Live!’s Video Report From London
Consortium News was in London to broadcast a live video report of thousands of Assange supporters who surrounded the Houses of Parliament demanding his release.
World-Wide Backing as Parliament Encircled for Assange
Protests around the world supported the human chain that formed around the British parliament in support of an imprisoned publisher, reports Mohamed Elmaazi.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘The War on Journalism’
With DC Action for Assange, CN Live! screened Juan Passarelli’s film The War on Journalism in Washington Sunday, followed by discussion with Passarelli, Daniel Ellsberg, James Goodale, John Kiriakou, Stefania Maurizi, Cathy Vogan and Chip Gibbons. Watch the replay.
WATCH: Australian Politicians on Fire For Assange
At a rally before the Parliament building in Canberra on Thursday, Australian politicians decried the British and U.S. governments’ persecution of Australian journalist Julian Assange, the imprisoned publisher of WikiLeaks, and demanded that he be released.