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Guccifer 2.0’s Hidden Agenda
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Guccifer 2.0’s Hidden Agenda
May 22, 2020

While we are expected to accept that Guccifer 2.0’s efforts between July 6 and July 18 were a sincere effort to get leaks to WikiLeaks, considering everything we now know about the persona, it seems fair to question whether Guccifer 2.0’s intentions towards WikiLeaks may have instead been malicious.

Something About Julian Assange You Should Know
May 13, 2020

It is not just our family who suffers from the infringement of Julian’s rights. If our family and Julian’s lawyers are not off-limits, then nothing is. The person responsible for allegedly ordering the theft of Gabriel’s DNA is Mike Pompeo, who last month threatened the family members of lawyers working at the International Criminal Court.

Something About Julian Assange You Should Know
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Spread of Coronavirus in Belmarsh Prison Brings Death Sentence to Free Speech
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Spread of Coronavirus in Belmarsh Prison Brings Death Sentence to Free Speech
April 13, 2020

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with the world screeched to a halt, the prosecution of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange continues.

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.

Je suis Julian Assange! Global Lockdown Is a Chance to Reflect on the Plight Facing Wikileaks Editor
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Can a French Touch Pierce a Neo-Orwellian Farce?
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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

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.

This Assange ‘Trial’ Is A Self-Contradictory Kafkaesque Nightmare
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Julian Assange Show Trial: U.S. and UK in the Dock
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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.

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.

Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
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