Joe Biden was due in Sydney Wednesday where he’s facing increased pressure to let Julian Assange go. Biden cancelled the trip but a rally in Hyde Park sent him the message anyway.
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WATCH: Stella Assange & Jen Robinson at the NPC
Stella Assange, Julian Assange’s wife, and his lawyer, Jennifer Robinson addressed the media at the National Press Club in Canberra.
Stella Assange in Australia: Bring Julian Assange Home
The following is the speech delivered on Monday by Stella Assange to the National Press Club in Canberra, provided in a tweet by Gabriel Shipton, Assange’s brother.
1st Amendment Authorized Assange’s Possession of Classified Data
The Espionage Act, as it is applied to the WikiLeaks publisher or any other journalist, also violates basic norms of due process, argues Bruce Afran.
CN’s Top Ten 2022 Assange Stories
Consortium News has been providing comprehensive coverage of the Julian Assange case since 2010. Here are our top ten Assange stories of 2022.
WATCH: Director, Assange Brother on US Film Premiere
Film director Ben Lawrence and producer Gabriel Shipton, Julian Assange’s brother, answer audience questions after the premiere of their film Ithaka in New York on Sunday night.
A Father Fights for His Son & What’s Left of Democracy
The film Ithaka, about the quest of Julian Assange’s father to save his son, made its U.S. premiere on Sunday in New York City. It is reviewed by Joe Lauria.
Stella Assange: ‘Corrupting the System at Every Level’
“I think there are some people within the U.S. and U.K. governments who understand how cancerous this whole affair is,” the wife of the imprisoned publisher tells Matt Kennard in a wide-ranging interview.
WATCH: Ask Stella Assange Anything
The wife of imprisoned publisher Julian Assange appeared at the Projektraum 145 art gallery in Berlin on Friday night to answer questions from the public. Consortium News was there.
WATCH: CN Live!’s Video Report From London
Consortium News was in London to broadcast a live video report of thousands of Assange supporters who surrounded the Houses of Parliament demanding his release.