Deepa Driver, who was a legal observer in Assange’s courtroom throughout the process, enumerates the ways his due process rights have been violated.
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WATCH: Europe and Press Freedom, with Roger Waters
Brussels Free University presents a discussion on Europe, justice and press freedom: the Julian Assange case, at 1:30 pm EDT today. Live!
Murray, Photographer Barred From Assange Wedding
Former British diplomat Craig Murray, a journalist and a photographer have been told they cannot attend Julian Assange’s wedding in Belmarsh Prison today.
Craig Murray: What Assange’s Judges Did Not Address
Political will appears the more likely route to a breakthrough. But a look at Boris Johnson, Joe Biden and Scott Morrison shows no more conscience, principle or probity than the judicial bench, writes Murray.
WATCH: ‘Free Assange’ Live From St. Pancras Church in London
On the eve of the U.S. appeal, a live discussion from St. Pancras Church in London with Deepa Driver, Bjatmar Alexandersson, Andrew Feinstein, Lauri Love, Derek Summerfield, and Chris Williamson. Today 1:30pm EST, 6:30 pm BST.
WATCH: International Festival of Dissent, Whistleblowing and Accountability
The one-day festival Saturday featured, among others, John Kiriakou, Jeffery Sterling, George Galloway, Max Blumenthal, Clare Daly, Jimmy Dore, Nils Melzer, and CN‘s Cathy Vogan and Joe Lauria.
WATCH: Marking 10 Years Since WikiLeaks’ Iraq War Logs
Consortium News will simulcast live the Resistance TV event at 2 pm EDT, 7 pm BST & 5 am AEDT.
WATCH: The Tolpuddle ‘Martyrs’ & Julian Assange
Through the lenses of economics, politics, law and history, an examination of the case of Julian Assange and lessons learned from the Tolpuddle ‘martyrs’.
WATCH: ‘Spying on Assange’ With Max Blumenthal, Stefania Maurizi and Fidel Narváez
Journalists Max Blumenthal & Stefania Maurizi & former Ecuadorian diplomat Fidel Narváez joined a panel moderated by academic Deepa Driver that was a deep drive into CIA spying on Julian Assange in Ecuador’s embassy in London.