The 26th Vigil for Julian Assange was held Friday with the latest news on the WikiLeaks founder and the Mueller Report. Watch it here.
Tag: Julian Assange
UK Blurring Two Very Different Extradition Claims
The Swedish and U.S. claims are vastly different, writes Jonathan Cook. But the public conversation in the U.K. is simply about which has first dibs on Assange.
CN Radio—Episode 7: Francis Boyle on Extradition of Julian Assange
With Julian Assange facing an extradition hearing on May 2, Consortium News Radio speaks with international law expert Francis Boyle, professor at the University of Illinois.
ROBERT PARRY: All Investigative Journalists Do What Julian Assange Did
The U.S. has indicted Julian Assange for encouraging his source to give more information and for trying to protect his source’s identity, what all journalists routinely do, said one of the greatest investigative journalists of our time.
How Ecuador’s President Gave Up Assange
Lenin Moreno was desperate to ingratiate his government with Washington and distract the public from his mounting scandals, writes the Grayzone’s Denis Rogatyuk.
VIDEO: European Parliament Debates Assange Extradition
The European Parliament Tuesday held a fiery debate on Julian Assange’s fate. Some MEPs argued the matter had no place in their body, others said human rights & press freedom were fundamental European issues. Video by Cathy Vogan.
If Your Country Were Committing War Crimes Would You Want to Know?
That is a question one might pose to people who are celebrating the arrest of Julian Assange.
Assange’s Judge a Disgrace to the Bench, Ex-UK Ambassador Says
Craig Murray asks you to imagine Western media reaction if a Russian opposition politician were dragged out by armed police, and within three hours convicted on a political charge by a patently biased judge.
We’ve Got the Assange Story Covered
Consortium News is providing blanket coverage of this historic press freedom test case. Here’s how you can help.
Julian Assange’s Nightmarish Future
The WikiLeaks publisher is in a maximum-security prison that has been called the UK’s Guantanamo Bay, Elizabeth Vos reports.