Julian Assange

Julian Assange Knew The Seth Rich Conspiracy Was Garbage When He Was Promoting It

One of the most shameful episodes in the entire Russia hacking story was the attempt to claim a murdered DNC staffer named Seth Rich was the source of a leak of documents to Wikileaks. This conspiracy theory was unfortunately embraced by quite a few...
Related topics: Conspiracy Theories, Russia, Wikileaks

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With Assange In Jail, Join Us For The 26th Vigil

Please join us for a live webcast of the 26th Vigil for Julian Assange. From 4pm to 7pm EST.Read more →
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Ecuador's Moreno Explains Lobster Photo That Allegedly Triggered Assange Ouster

Last week, a bunch of media outlets published a photo of Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno chilling in bed with a big lobster platter, speculating that the pic’s leak could have triggered the withdrawal of Julian Assange’s asylum status by...
Related topics: Ecuador, World Photos

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Cn Radio—episode 7: Francis Boyle On Extradition Of Julian Assange

With Julian Assange facing an extradition hearing on May 2, Consortium News Radio speaks with international law expert Francis Boyle, professor at the University of Illinois. Francis Boyle on the U.S.-UK extradition treaty and the way forward for...

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Ecuadorian Judge Asks Interpol To Detain Ex-fm Supporting Assange - Reports

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) – An Ecuadorian judge has ordered former Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, known to be a supporter of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, to be held in pre-trial detained and has requested Interpol to detain him, El Comercio...
Related topics: Argentina, Buenos Aires, Wikileaks

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Exclusive: Assange’s Lawyer Responds To Mueller Report, Says It Properly Notes First Amendment...

Julian Assange’s DC-based lawyer Barry Pollack has responded to the report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. He pointed out that it acknowledged the First Amendment concerns with prosecuting WikiLeaks merely for publishing...
Related topics: Wikileaks

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Hackers Take Down British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Website In Protest Of Julian Assange’s...

Hackers protesting the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange continued their reign of chaos on Thursday — crashing the website of British Prime Minister Theresa May. The hackers took down the website for the UK Police on Wednesday....
Related topics: Hackers, Protests, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, Police

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All Of The Trump Campaign’s Contacts With Wikileaks

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange made his opposition to Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy known from the start, according to Robert Mueller’s report. “It would be much better for GOP to win,” Assange wrote to...
Related topics: Wikileaks, Hillary Clinton

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Ecuador's President Gives Bizarre Reason For Revoking Julian Assange's Asylum

In an interview with BBC on Wednesday, Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno didn't mince his words when asked why his administration withdrew WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's asylum in Ecuador's embassy in London. Read more...
Related topics: Ecuador, BBC, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Assange’s ‘conspiracy’ To Expose War Crimes Has Already Been Punished

Joe EmersbergerA van with a billboard in support of American whistleblower Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is parked outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on April 5, 2019. (Photo: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
Related topics: Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London, World Photos

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Why The Prosecution Of Julian Assange Is Troubling For Press Freedom

Alexandra Ellerbeck, Avi Asher-SchapiroPlacards and messages in support of Julian Assange sit outside Ecuadorian Embassy stands in South Kensington on April 5, 2019 in London, England. (Photo: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, World Photos

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Mueller Report Details Suggest Julian Assange Is A Russian Agent

Special counsel Robert Mueller's report offers further evidence that Julian Assange is a Russian intelligence agent. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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Stephen Colbert Thinks Julian Assange Looks Like A Terrible Roommate

Reported details have emerged about Julian Assange's seven years within the Ecuadorian embassy, and Stephen Colbert reckons they make the Wikileaks founder look like quite the crappy roommate. The Late Show host is not just talking about the embassy...
Related topics: Stephen Colbert, Wikileaks

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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters "ashamed To Be An Englishman" Over Assange Saga

As the establishment attempts to paint a narrative of Julian Assange in cahoots with every thug and terrorist in the world - and definitely not a journalist - many 'dissenters' refuse to allow the whitewashing to go unanswered. One such voice is...
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Stephen Colbert Amuses Himself Before The Mueller Report's Release By Poking Fun At Julian Assange

After two years, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report will be made public Thursday, Stephen Colbert half-celebrated on Wednesday's Late Show. Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein will discuss the report at 9:30...
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Robert Parry: All Investigative Journalists Do What Julian Assange Did

The U.S. has indicted Julian Assange for encouraging his source to give more information and for trying to protect his source’s identity, what all journalist routinely do, said one of the greatest investigative journalists of our time.  ...

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Uk Police Website Down As Hackers Protest Against Arrest Of Julian Assange, Ecuador Also Hit With...

The United Kingdom’s Police force is offline as hackers continue cyber attacks against UK and Ecuadorian government websites in protest of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The site had been down for three and a half hours at...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Police, Hackers, Protests, Ecuador, Wikileaks

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Us Prosecutors Allude To ‘ongoing Investigation’ Linked To Assange Case

A motion to unseal court documents Wednesday related to the US government’s criminal complaint against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange revealed heavy redactions justified by another ongoing investigation.
Related topics: Wikileaks

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Video: European Parliament Debates Assange Extradition

The European Parliament Tuesday held a fiery debate on Julian Assange’s fate. Some MEPs argued the matter had no place in their body, others said human rights &  press freedom were fundamental European issues. Video by Cathy Vogan. Watch...
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Assange Arrest Leads Bitcoiners To Donate Over $30,000 To Wikileaks In 6 Days

WikiLeaks has raised more than 30,000 worth of Bitcoin since Julian Assange‘s confronting arrest last week. In the six days following Hard Fork’s original report, a touch over 6 BTC ($31,800) has been sent to WikiLeaks‘ public address, spread...
Related topics: Wikileaks, Bitcoin

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