(Breitbart London) LONDON (AP) – A British judge on Wednesday formally approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States to face spying charges. The case will now go to Britain’s interior minister for a decision, though the WikiLeaks founder still has legal avenues of appeal.
(Neenah Payne) The New York Times article Julian Assange Marries Stella Moris in a British Prison reported on March 23:
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(Mayukh Saha) The co-founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, is to remain in prison even after his term ends due to his “history of absconding,” as reported by a judge. He is “crumbling” psychologically and physically, as Chris Hedges reports.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) The British High Court has granted Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s request to be able to appeal his extradition to the United States.
(Jonathan Cook) It is no accident that Julian Assange, the digital transparency activist and journalist who founded WikiLeaks to help whistleblowers tell us what Western governments are really up to in the shadows, has spent 10 years being progressively disappeared into those very same shadows.
(Alicia Powe) WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has been recovering from a stroke he suffered in London’s high-security Belmarsh prison, his wife revealed on Saturday..
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(Kylie Thomas) The High Court in the United Kingdom has ruled that WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, can be extradited to the United States to face charges of espionage.
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(Caitlin Johnstone) The 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.
(Tyler Durden) Julian Assange’s father John Shipton begins a month-long, 17-city U.S. tour in Miami as his son languishes in Belmarsh Prison in London awaiting a US appeal against the denial of his extradition.
(Tom Pappert) Tucker Carlson reveals that Mitch McConnell is blackmailing President Trump to prevent him from pardoning Assange.
(Anthony T) Julian Assange is back in the news and no it’s not a pardon. A British court ruled early Monday that Assange’s mental health was not in a condition to go through an extradition process back to the United States to stand a trial.
(Ryan Delarme) It’s been a freak year, but you don’t need us to tell you that. The world is holed-up amid a mass mental breakdown, though some are handling it better than others. Some have stuck their heads so far into the sand they can see China, others are biting their nails frantically waiting for any shred of good news. And then there’s the digital soldier vanguard; stoic and unwavering, the ones who would willingly go down with the ship if that is indeed what America comes to. We are certainly witnessing strange days, I doubt anyone would challenge that, in fact, it might be the only thing that everyone can agree on.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) Project Veritas has obtained a never before heard phone call between Julian Assange and Hillary Clinton’s State Department from prior to the publication of 251,000 US embassy cables that the WikiLeaks founder has now been charged with releasing.
(Cassandra Fairbanks) Julian Assange formally requested a pardon from President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning, the Gateway Pundit can now reveal.
(Kevin Gosztola) On this edition of the “Dissenter Weekly,” host and Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola comments on the raid that Florida state agents conducted against COVID-19 data whistleblower Rebekah Jones.