Stella Assange, Julian Assange’s wife, and his lawyer, Jennifer Robinson addressed the media at the National Press Club in Canberra.
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WATCH: The CIA and Julian Assange
Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson told the Belmarsh Tribunal in Sydney the very C.I.A. that plotted to kill the WikiLeaks publisher also would have a major say in the conditions of his imprisonment if he is convicted in the U.S.
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.
Stella Assange: ‘We Are Going to Fight This’
“We are going to use every appeal avenue,” Stella Assange told a London press conference on Friday after the home secretary signed the extradition order, reports Joe Lauria.
WATCH: ‘A Secret Australia: Revealed By WikiLeaks Exposés’
Watch the book launch of A Secret Australia: Revealed By WikiLeaks Exposés, essays written by 18 prominent Australians.
WATCH: ASSANGE CASE SUMMARY: Jen Robinson, Kristinn Hraffnson, John Shipton, Craig Murray & Joseph Farrell
The Assange case summary, webcast live from London with Assange attorney Jennifer Robinson; WikiLeaks Editor Kristinn Hraffnson; Assange’s father, John Shipton; former diplomat Craig Murray; & WikiLeaks ambassador, Joseph Farrell.
WATCH: CN Live! Daily Video Report on Assange Hearing–Day 9
Editor-in-Chief Joe Lauria presents a live 10-20 minute report every day that court is in session at noon EDT during the resumed extradition hearing. Watch his recap of the ninth day’s events.
WATCH: The Assange Case and ‘Collateral Murder’
The former Reuters Baghdad bureau chief joins the WikiLeaks editor-in-chief, an Assange lawyer and an Iraqi academic to discuss new details about the “Collateral Murder” release.
The Assange Arrest: You Have the Right to Remain Silent
The arrest of Julian Assange was an act of revenge by the U.S. government that strikes at the heart of journalism, writes Pepe Escobar.
Spanish Police Probe Extortion Scheme Involving Surveillance on Assange
UPDATED: Suspects are being investigated in Spain for having tried to extort €3 million from WikiLeaks in exchange for a huge cache of documents and surveillance videos of Assange inside Ecuador’s London embassy, including with his doctors and lawyers.