Covid-19 lockdown declared at Belmarsh prison holding Julian Assange – partner fears his life is in ‘serious risk’

The London prison block where WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange is being held has been locked down even harder after three inmates tested positive for Covid-19. Assange’s partner Stella Morris says she’s worried for his life. … Read More >Covid-19 lockdown declared at Belmarsh prison holding Julian Assange – partner fears his life is in ‘serious risk’

‘You talk like a prosecutor’: Azerbaijani president Aliyev nails BBC journalist on ‘media freedom’ by bringing up Assange

BBC News correspondent Orla Guerin got more than she bargained for when her questioning of President Aliyev about the supposed lack of media freedom in his country ended up with him grilling her on Julian Assange’s imprisonment. … Read More >‘You talk like a prosecutor’: Azerbaijani president Aliyev nails BBC journalist on ‘media freedom’ by bringing up Assange

Declassified Mueller Docs Reveal DoJ Couldn’t Prove WikiLeaks Got DNC Emails From Russia

According to newly declassified documents from the Mueller investigation, the US Department of Justice couldn’t find sufficient evidence to prove WikiLeaks or its co-founder, Julian Assange, were involved in hacking the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) emails. … Read More >Declassified Mueller Docs Reveal DoJ Couldn’t Prove WikiLeaks Got DNC Emails From Russia

John Pilger: Assange’s only crimes are telling the truth & making war criminals look in the mirror

Legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger discusses the extradition trial of Julian Assange being held at the Old Bailey in London, the war crimes Julian Assange uncovered, why the US wants to persecute him, key statements delivered in court by witnesses that may help the WikiLeaks founder … Read More >John Pilger: Assange’s only crimes are telling the truth & making war criminals look in the mirror

Assange’s Extradition Hearings End With Warnings That ‘Journalism is on Trial’ From WikiLeaks Chief

The substantive hearings in the extradition case of Julian Assange came to a close one day early after nearly four full weeks of intense witness testimony and cross-examination. Closing submissions will be made by the parties in late October and mid-November and the judge’s decision will be delivered in January 2021. … Read More >Assange’s Extradition Hearings End With Warnings That ‘Journalism is on Trial’ From WikiLeaks Chief

US contacts of embassy security firm mulled KIDNAPPING or POISONING Assange in London, witnesses tell UK court

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange was spied on via bugs planted at London’s Ecuadorian embassy at the request of the security firm’s US contacts – who even considered poisoning or kidnapping the journalist, a UK court has heard. … Read More >US contacts of embassy security firm mulled KIDNAPPING or POISONING Assange in London, witnesses tell UK court