Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is suffering significant "psychological torture" and abuse in the London prison where he is being held, and his life is now "at risk," according to an independent UN rights expert. A senior member of his legal
What do Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, and Jeremy Hammond have in common? In this episode we discuss the secret grand jury targeting these individuals and how the government continues to quietly punish whistleblowers and damage free press.
It's like reading something out of Solzhenitsyn: A courtroom that is nothing more than a stage for a grotesque parody of justice, some sort of theater meant to satisfy God only knows what audience;
WikiLeaks founder and journalist Julian Assange appeared in court to fight his extradition to the United States, sluggishly reciting his name and date of birth in a zombie-like state...
Rather than federal indictment, Assange deserves a tweaked version of one of Washington's hottest honors -- a Medal of Freedom with a steam whistle.
-as he loses bid to delay extradition hearing that will see him sent to US to face spying charges if he loses
WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange has been ordered to stay in a British prison despite reaching the end of his 50-week prison sentence.
Retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski, Ph.D. reports:
Julian Assange is reported to very thin, very sick and being treated at this point, as little more than a "lab rat" by his state doctors and interrogators at Belmarsh. Word is that his encryption key ring (with his private keys that unlock his v
Working directly with Ecuador's corrupt government, the U.S. government abandoned all sense of legality and moral decency by spying on Assange twenty-four hours a day via an illegal livestream surveillance operation set up by a private security fir
A Spanish private security firm, which is under investigation in Madrid, spied on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on behalf of the CIA while he was inside the Ecudoran embassy in London, El Pais daily reported Friday.
John Shipton, the father of imprisoned whistleblower Julian Assange, says that if his son is extradited to the US, "They will murder Julian one way or the other."
Cell Number 37, 'Britain's Guantanamo Bay' - a single occupancy cell, furnished sparsely with a plastic chair, metal bed and steel toilet.
In Orwell's dystopian fiction 1984, the government's mission through the Ministry of Truth is to supply its people with news, entertainment, books, films, plays and songs, packed with the information it wants the people to know.
--That Chelsea Manning Was Jailed for Defying