Julian Assange’s Australian lawyer, Stephen Kenny, speaks to CN Live! about the “end game” to free the WikiLeaks publisher. With U.S. constitutional lawyer Bruce Afran. Watch the replay.
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WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Ecuador & Assange: The Back Story’
Carlos Poveda, Julian Assange’s lawyer in Ecuador, spoke to CN Live! about Ecuador’s decision to grant Assange asylum; the C.I.A. spying in the embassy in London; Assange’s arrest and his lawsuit against the Ecuadorian government.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Depleted Ukranium’
John Pilger and Declassified UK’s Phil Miller join CN Live! to discuss depleted uranium shells for an offensive Ukraine and the West knows will fail. Will DU be used just to poison ethnic Russians in Donbass?
WATCH: Assange Q’s Answered in His Home Country
Australians got a chance to get clarity about their imprisoned fellow citizen from journalists and two federal senators.
WATCH: Assange Rallies on Press Freedom Day
Assange supporters on Wednesday rallied in front of The Washington Post in D.C. and at NBC in New York, as in San Francisco, Sydney, India, and at the DOJ building to highlight the hypocrisy surrounding World Press Freedom Day. (7 videos)
WATCH: A May Day March for Assange
Julian Assange’s father and Australian whistleblower David McBride marched with hundreds of Assange supporters and union members on May Day in Brisbane.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Assange v. the Espionage Act’
British legal analyst Alexander Mercouris joined U.S. constitutional lawyer Bruce Afran on CN Live! to discuss Afran’s Consortium News article on how the charges against Julian Assange breach the U.S. constitution. Watch the replay.
WATCH: ‘Witness to Destruction’
Radio host, activist and comedian Randy Credico visited Donbass and tells CN Live! what he saw.
WATCH: CN Live! — ‘Beginning of the End’
Julian Assange’s father John Shipton joined CN Live! Thursday night to discuss several developments this week in the case of the imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher.
WATCH: Protest at Australian Nuke Sub Port
Australians against deployment of nuclear submarines in their country protested Tuesday at the port where the AUKUS subs would be docked if Australia goes ahead with the A$368 billion plan.