The U.S. had already found a “lawful” way to disappear him, writes Jonathan Cook.
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ASSANGE EXTRADITION: Why the Crumbling Computer Conspiracy Case Is So Vital to the US
Since the U.S. is on shaky constitutional ground with the espionage indictment, the computer intrusion charge has served as a hook to try to get Assange, by portraying him not as a journalist, but as a hacker, writes Cathy Vogan.
ASSANGE EXTRADITION: One Outrage After Another, Says a Former British Ambassador
The superseding indictment by the U.S. against Julian Assange has left the UK extradition process in a state of absolute farce, argues Craig Murray.