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Je suis Julian Assange! Global Lockdown Is a Chance to Reflect on the Plight Facing Wikileaks Editor
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Je suis Julian Assange! Global Lockdown Is a Chance to Reflect on the Plight Facing Wikileaks Editor
March 18, 2020

If there is such thing as divine retribution in this materially obsessed world, perhaps the outbreak of COVID-19 could just be it.

Can a French Touch Pierce a Neo-Orwellian Farce?
February 29, 2020

By offering asylum to the persecuted publisher of WikiLeaks, France’s Macron would enhance his status in myriad European latitudes and all across the Global South, writes Pepe Escobar

Can a French Touch Pierce a Neo-Orwellian Farce?
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This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare
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This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare
February 28, 2020

The time to speak up for Assange and the future of press freedoms is now. Not when he’s extradited. Not after his fake trial and draconian sentencing. Now.

Julian Assange Show Trial: U.S. and UK in the Dock
February 28, 2020

Assange may be the one sitting in the dock. But it is not he who is really on trial, but rather the so-called authorities who are persecuting him.

Julian Assange Show Trial: U.S. and UK in the Dock
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Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
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Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
February 25, 2020

The Special Rapporteur and his medical team visited the imprisoned Wikileaks founder and reported that he showed “all the symptoms typical for prolonged exposure to psychological torture” and demanded immediate measures for the protection of his health and dignity.

What Is Happening to Assange Will Happen to the Rest of Us
February 11, 2020

David Morales, the indicted owner of the Spanish private security firm Undercover Global, is being investigated by Spain’s high court for allegedly providing the CIA with audio and video recordings of the meetings WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had with his attorneys and other visitors when the publisher was in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

What Is Happening to Assange Will Happen to the Rest of Us
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Media’s Deafening Silence on Latest WikiLeaks Drops Is Its Own Scandal
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Media’s Deafening Silence on Latest WikiLeaks Drops Is Its Own Scandal
December 29, 2019

It’s absolutely amazing how tightly interlaced Bellingcat is with the upper echelons of mainstream news media and the public framing of what’s going on in Syria.

Deluge of New Leaks Further Shreds the Establishment Syria Narrative
December 16, 2019

The new publications by WikiLeaks add new detail to still-unfolding scandal, providing more evidence to further invalidate attempts by establishment Syria narrative managers to spin it all as an empty conspiracy theory.

Deluge of New Leaks Further Shreds the Establishment Syria Narrative
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