-US if he revealed source of the hacking of Democratic party emails', court hears
The Pentagon Papers whistleblower warned Assange would not get a fair trial in the US
The Old Bailey heard President Donald Trump wanted Wikileaks founder Julian Assange executed but is now reportedly happy for him to stay in jail "to keep him quiet"
Assange's extradition to the US would set a chilling precedent for those who publish leaked or classified information.
In this video we explain, what on earth is going on with "racial inclusion," Julian Assange and the protest movement in the United States.
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The extradition hearing for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is set to resume in London on Monday, September 7th. Assange is currently being held in Belmarsh Prison, and if extradited to the US, the publisher faces up to 175 years in prison.
Craig Murray says he's been asked to testify in the case of illegal spying against Julian Assange.
The Justice Department on Wednesday announced a superseding indictment in the case against WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange, alleging that he intentionally worked with hackers affiliated with groups "LulzSec" and "Anonymous" to target and pub
The Australian version of the CBS News program '60 Minutes' presented a segment on Julian Assange Sunday night that was missing the usual mainstream media smears and distortions about his case.
The Century of the Great State is behind us. I plot that century from the 1917 Russian Revolution that ultimately empowered a state-level actor to be the messenger of the toxic ideology of Marxism, through to the death of the internationally popular
Last month marked the 10th anniversary of WikiLeaks' publication of the Collateral Murder video.
The judge in Julian Assange's extradition case said that because of the pandemic his hearing would resume in September, possibly in a court outside London.
Yesterday Mark Sommers QC, the extremely erudite and bookish second counsel for Julian Assange in his extradition hearing, trembled with anger in court.
Given the long history of the U.S. government's pursuit of Assange and the obvious political nature of his potential prosecution, I fear there will be nothing reasonable with regard to any sentence to be imposed.
A British judge on Thursday paused Julian Assange's extradition hearing following four days of intense legal wrangling over Washington's request for the WikiLeaks founder to stand trial there on espionage charges.
Back in the day, not so long ago, The Donald loved him some WikiLeaks. He said so on at least five occasions out on the campaign trail ?" in Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and Michigan.
On Monday Julian Assange's defense team told a London court that the United States plotted to assassinate the WikiLeaks founder.
As the second day of the extradition hearing for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange continues in London, the lines of argumentation of both sides are taking shape. While the US tries to argue that Wikileaks publishing harmed individuals who aided the U
Julian Assange's extradition trial in London got off with a bang yesterday when James Lewis, the lawyer representing the Trump administration, told the court that Washington "is aware of sources, whose unredacted names and other identifying informa
The extradition trial of Julian Assange began with the prosecution reading out a damning statement from five leading mainstream media organizations that once partnered with Wikileaks.
I was in Kabul in 2010 when Julian Assange and WikiLeaks first released a vast archive of classified US government documents, revealing what Washington really knew about what was happening in the world.
One thing we've learned from the Trump Presidency is that the "deep state" is not just some crazy conspiracy theory. For the past three years we've seen that deep state launch plot after plot to overturn the election.
On Saturday, there will be a march from Australia House in London to Parliament Square, the centre of British democracy.
More than 100 medical professionals have accused Britain of denying proper health care to jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and continuing to allow treatment that a U.N. envoy said amounted to torture.
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson gave a brief statement to the press after the latest court hearing for Julian Assange's extradition case in London today, saying the Trump administration is arguing that the First Amendment of the US Con