Julian Assange

Assange Prison Conditions Worse Than For ‘terrorists’ As He Awaits Us Extradition - Wikileaks...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is accused of obtaining and disclosing US national defence secrets, spent seven years in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, but is now being held in a British prison following his arrest in April 2019.
Related topics: Terrorism, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Meghan Mccain Walks Off 'the View' Set After Clash With Ana Navarro

A discussion about the recent whistleblower complaint against Trump got heated when the hosts shared their opinions on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Related topics: Wikileaks

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Colossal Ecuador Leak Exposes Data Of 20m Individuals — Including Julian Assange

Welp, 2019 is shaping up to be the year of nationwide data breaches. After Bulgaria and Chile, Ecuador has suffered a colossal data leak, containing the personal information for over 20 million individuals — including the personal details of...
Related topics: Ecuador, Bulgaria, Chile, Wikileaks

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The World's Most Important Political Prisoner

The World's Most Important Political Prisoner Authored by Craig Murray, We are now just one week away from the end of Julian Assange’s uniquely lengthy imprisonment for bail violation. He will receive parole from the rest of that...

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Uk Judge Rules Assange Will Remain In Jail Due To 'history Of Absconding'

Under the previous court ruling, Julian Assange would have been released from Belmarsh prison on 22 September. He has been serving a jail term after he was found guilty of breaching bail conditions in April.
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The Prosecution Against Julian Assange: Where Presidential Candidates Stand

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been jailed in London’s Belmarsh Prison since April 11, when Ecuador authorities revoked his political asylum in their embassy and British authorities arrested him. The United States government had Assange...
Related topics: Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London, Ecuador

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Is Orwell's Ministry Of Truth Alive? Why Don't We Hear Much About Julian Assange?

Is Orwell's Ministry Of Truth Alive? Why Don't We Hear Much About Julian Assange? Authored by Michelle Wood via Medium.com, In Orwell’s dystopian fiction 1984, the government’s mission through the Ministry of Truth is to supply...

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Pamela Anderson Praised For Her Composure After Being Attacked By ‘the View’ Co-hosts

Pamela Anderson is being praised for how she handed herself on Friday’s episode of The View. The former Baywatch star, 52, shut down the panelists on the ABC talk show as they attacked her friendship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and...
Related topics: Wikileaks

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Roger Waters Played "wish You Were Here" At Julian Assange Rally (watch)

”How do we put ourselves in the position of a Julian Assange in solitary confinement, or with that kid in Syria or Palestine or Rohingya, being blown to bits by these people in this building here?” Roger Waters said before his...
Related topics: Syria, Palestine

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Roger Waters Performs “wish You Were Here” At Julian Assange Rally: Watch

Roger Waters appeared at a London rally in support of Julian Assange on Monday. The rock icon performed Pink Floyd classic “Wish You Were Here” and called for the release of the Wikileaks founder. As reported by the Belfast Telegraph,...
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Ecuador Presses New Charges Against Assange's Associate Ola Bini

Swedish programmer Ola Bini was arrested in Ecuador's capital Quito in mid-April on the the same day as his friend and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, and is suspected of having hacked government accounts.
Related topics: Ecuador, Wikileaks, Hackers

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The Latest Victim In The Crucifixion Of Julian Assange

The case of Ola Bini, a Swedish data privacy activist and associate of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, has been shrouded in mystery since his arrest in Quito, Ecuador, on April 11. He was detained on the same day Assange was forcibly removed from...
Related topics: Activism, Wikileaks, Ecuador

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"american Gulag" Death Of Jeffrey Epstein: Will Julian Assange Be Next?

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, The death of millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein behind bars should trigger “system-wide self-reflection” on how prisoners are treated. The Metropolitan Correctional Center “is sort of like an...

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New Fears For Julian Assange

Legendary journalist John Pilger has been to see Assange in Belmarsh Prison in London and his report is not encouraging. Journalist John Pilger visited imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday and has raised an alarm about...
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, Wikileaks

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Judge: Nope. Chelsea Manning Needs To Pay Those Fines

As you may recall, back in March we learned that Chelsea Manning was back in jail on contempt charges for failing to answer questions before a grand jury looking into the affairs of Julian Assange, among other things. At the time, the judge decided...

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In Rejecting Dnc Lawsuit Against Wikileaks, Judge Strongly Defended First Amendment Rights Of...

In a clear defense of the First Amendment, a federal judge ruled the Democratic National Committee cannot hold WikiLeaks or its founder, Julian Assange, liable for publishing information that Russian agents were accused of stealing. The DNC sued...
Related topics: Lawsuits, Wikileaks

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The Intelligence Community Is Pushing Back On John Ratcliffe’s Right-wing Fever Dream

Imagine the indictment of a former national security official in the Obama administration for violation of the Espionage Act. Imagine James Clapper or Sally Yates facing the same charges as Julian Assange or Chelsea Manning. That dream of right-wing...
Related topics: Barack Obama

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Us To 'make An Example' Of Julian Assange, Says Un Torture Official

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange remains imprisoned in London following years in the Ecuadorian embassy, escaping what he believes was an attempt to extradite him to the US for the revelation of war crimes. The US government has said Assange is...
Related topics: Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Audio: Veteran Reporter Sy Hersh Tells Ed Butowsky On Trump-russia ‘collusion’: “it Was A...

Veteran reporter Seymour Hersh recently spoke to Ed Butowsky on the origins of the Trump-Russia witch hunt. Hersch contacted Butowsky to question him about what he knew about Julian Assange and the leaked emails to Wikileaks. Butowsky told Hersh the...
Related topics: Russia, Wikileaks

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Editor-in-chief Of Wikileaks Calls To 'question The Essence Of Democracy' And 'media Freedoms'

At a festival in the heart of the Scottish countryside, whistle-blower’s and activists are given centre stage amongst the drums and the dancing. With a fair bit of festival mud, it’s not quite the environment you might expect to find Julian...
Related topics: Wikileaks, Festival, Activism

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