Increasing pressure is being brought by politicians and the public on the DOJ to drop the charges against Julian Assange. Despite some progress, the political obstacles are formidable.
Tag: Vault 7
Craig Murray: The So Far Non-Existent Vulkan Leaks
Thirty named journalists at three major papers are covering “bombshell” revelations about Russian cyberattacks in a manner worth examining.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: A Whistleblower’s Agony
Denying Joshua Schulte bail because of a fear that he might reveal classified information is one thing. Subjecting him to torture is another.
The US Appeal and CIA Plans to Assassinate Assange
The Yahoo! News revelations will put even more mental stress on the WikiLeaks publisher, writes Marjorie Cohn.
Randy Credico Interviews Nils Melzer on Julian Assange
On his show Live on the Fly: Countdown to Freedom, Randy Credico interviews Nils Melzer, U.N. special rapporteur on torture, about Julian Assange in light of the Yahoo! story on CIA plans to kidnap or kill the WikiLeaks publisher.
CIA Plan to Poison Assange Wasn’t Needed
The U.S. had already found a “lawful” way to disappear him, writes Jonathan Cook.
Craig Murray: The Decline of Western Power
The really interesting thing about the G7 summit is that it wasn’t interesting. Nobody expected it to change the world, and it won’t.
THE REVELATIONS OF WIKILEAKS: No. 9—Opening the CIA’s Vault
As its publisher remains in prison awaiting judgment on his extradition case, we continue our series of looking at WikiLeaks’ significant revelations contributing to the public’s right to know.
More Good News for Assange: Swedish Court Blocks Extradition; US Says No Vault 7 Indictment
A Swedish court has blocked prosecutors’ request for a European Arrest Warrant forcing an interview with Assange in London, and Politico reports there will be no indictment of Assange on Vault 7.
The Real Mueller-Gate Scandal
Craig Murray blasts the special counsel for naming and condemning people without ever interviewing them.