Tag: Stella Assange

And the Crowd Roared

Scenes of jubilation outside the Royal Courts of Justice on Monday where Julian Assange staved off extradition and won the right to appeal. 

The 3 Scenarios Facing Assange

On Monday, Julian Assange’s fate may be determined by the High Court: it could allow his extradition, grant him an appeal or even free him, reports Cathy Vogan.

US Issues Assurances on Assange

UPDATED WITH TEXT OF DIPLOMATIC NOTE: The U.S. Tuesday filed  assurances on the death penalty and the 1st Amendment, the latter of which Stella Assange called a “non-assurance.”

Can Assange’s Extradition Be Stopped?

The WikiLeaks publisher could have his appeal against extradition heard if the U.S. does not give “satisfactory assurances” of rights and protection against the death penalty, writes Marjorie Cohn.

WATCH: Facing Injustice

Chris Hedges interviewed Stella Assange, Jen Robinson and Kristinn Hrafnsson Monday about the hearing this week in Julian Assange’s extradition case.

Coverage of Julian Assange Hearing

Consortium News will be inside the Royal Courts of Justice this week for what could be Julian Assange’s last hearing in Britain. Journalists overseas have been barred from remote coverage.