Assange: the most important press freedom case of the 21st century

23 August 2021 — Morning Star Online

Punishment by process is the US policy on Julian Assange, just as the failure he predicted in Afghanistan comes true, writes JOHN REES

Assange is now in his third year of detention in Belmarsh High Security prison. He has not been convicted of anything. His case has not yet staggered from the Magistrate’s Court, the lowest court in the land, to the Appeal Court. It has never and will never appear before a jury.

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A Day in the Death of British Justice

12 August 2021 — MintPress News

By John Pilger

I sat in Court 4 in the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday with Stella Moris, Julian Assange’s partner. I have known Stella for as long as I have known Julian. She, too, is a voice of freedom, coming from a family that fought the fascism of Apartheid. Today, her name was uttered in court by a barrister and a judge, forgettable people were it not for the power of their endowed privilege.

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British High Court Expands US Government’s Appeal In Assange Extradition Case

11 August 2021 — The Dissenter

GOSZTOLA, MOHAMED ELMAAZI

Outside the Royal Courts of Justice where a preliminary appeal hearing requested by the United States was held in WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition case (Photo: Mohamed Elmaazi)

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was astounded by Britain’s High Court after it reversed a prior decision and permitted the United States government’s appeal on grounds related to his health.

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Assange Extradition: British High Court Grants US A Limited Appeal

7 July 2021 — The Dissenter

BY KEVIN GOSZTOLA

Royal Courts of Justice in London, which houses the High Court of Justice (Photo: Joe Passe)

The High Court of Justice in the United Kingdom agreed to hear the United States government’s appeal in the extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange but on limited grounds.

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FBI Fabrication Against Assange Falls Apart

29 June 2021 — Craig Murray

Craig Murray

On the final day of the Assange extradition hearing, magistrate Vanessa Baraitser refused to accept an affidavit from Assange’s solicitor Gareth Peirce, on the grounds it was out of time. The affidavit explained that the defence had been unable to respond to the new accusations in the United States government’s second superseding indictment, because these wholly new matters had been sprung on them just six weeks before the hearing resumed on 8 September 2020.

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Assange Prosecution Relied On False Testimony From A Diagnosed Sociopath And Convicted Pedophile

27 June 2021 — Caitlin Johnson

by Caitlin Johnstone

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SigurðurThe Icelandic newspaper Stundin reports that a key witness in the US prosecution of Julian Assange has admitted in an interview with the outlet that he fabricated critical accusations in the indictment against the WikiLeaks founder.

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Snowden declares ‘end of case against Julian Assange’ after newspaper reveals LIES by key witness in US extradition case

27 June 2021 — RT

Snowden declares 'end of case against Julian Assange' after newspaper reveals LIES by key witness in US extradition case

FILE PHOTO: Sigurdur Thordarson and Julian Assange ©  Sigurdur Thordarson Key accusations in the case against WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, who faces up to 175 years in prison if extradited to the US, are reportedly based on testimony from a convicted fraudster who admitted to media he was lying.

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