John Pilger: Blocking Internet Access for Julian Assange is a War on Freedom of Speech

John Pilger: Blocking Internet Access for Julian Assange is a War on Freedom of Speech

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with John Pilger

RT on Mar 29, 2018

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had his internet connection cut off, and isn’t being allowed visits at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Australian journalist and documentary film maker, John Pilger shares his opinion about the issue.

Ecuador Denied Assange Communications

teleSUR English on Mar 28, 2018

Julian Assange has been denied access to communications while inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

From the archives:

If There is No Freedom of Speech for Julian Assange, There is No Freedom of Speech for Any of Us by John Pilger

John Pilger: There Is No Evidence! It’s A Propaganda Campaign! + Stephen Cohen: Corbyn Calls for Evidence

Clinton, Assange and the War on Truth by John Pilger

Julian Assange: Look, Amy, I’m Getting Annoyed

Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald: What if All Victims of War Received the Media Attention of Manchester Victims? + Criminalizing WikiLeaks is a Threat to Journalists

Getting Julian Assange: The Untold Story by John Pilger + Pilger: Julian Assange is Cleared of Rape Charges, but Far From Free

Glenn Greenwald: Prosecuting Julian Assange and WikiLeaks Threatens Press Freedom for All

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