Kellie Tranter reports on the Labor government’s secret planning to act on the WikiLeaks‘ founder’s case without offending the U.S.
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5 Ways the US Has Misled UK Courts on Assange’s Health
U.S. prosecutors have five times misled two British courts on key points about Julian Assange’s health as it attempts to overturn a ruling against extraditing him to the United States, report Cathy Vogan and Joe Lauria.
LETTER FROM LONDON: Worrying Turn in Assange Case
The U.S. victory in court on Wednesday makes the prospects for Julian Assange at October’s appeal hearing murky at best, writes Alexander Mercouris.
LETTER FROM LONDON: The Obsessive Pursuit of Assange as UK Prepares Its Own Espionage Act
The single-minded U.S. pursuit of Julian Assange as Britain proposes changes to its official secrets law shows the fierce determination of both governments to conceal their secrets, writes Alexander Mercouris.
ASSANGE HEARING DAY ELEVEN—US Tries to Undermine Doctor’s Testimony About Assange’s ‘High Risk of Suicide,’ Alleging That Assange is Faking Illness
Consortium News is virtually “inside” the courtroom at Old Bailey, viewing the proceedings by video-link and filed this report on Day Eleven of Julian Assange’s resumed extradition hearing.
WATCH: CN Live! Daily Video Report on Assange Hearing–Day 11
Editor-in-Chief Joe Lauria presents a live report every day that court is in session at noon EDT during the resumed extradition hearing. Watch his recap of the eleventh day’s events.