John Pilger, Daniel Ellsberg and Alexander Mercouris: Julian Assange Extradition Hearing + Kevin Gosztola: Day 10 + Joe Lauria: Day 10 + Craig Murray: What I’ve Told You Won’t Be Reported On The BBC

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CN Live! E16 The Extradition Extra Edition: Ellsberg, Pilger & Mercouris

Consortium News on Sep 19, 2020

After a powerful week for the Assange defence we invite expert witness Daniel Ellsberg, veteran journalist John Pilger and UK legal analyst Alexander Mercouris to comment.

Julian Assange Extradition Hearing – September 21

Shadowproof on Sept. 21, 2020

Shadowproof managing editor Kevin Gosztola provides a report on what developed on Day 10 of proceedings in the extradition trial against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

DAY 10 Joe Lauria’s Daily Report on Assange Extradition Hearing

Consortium News on Sep 21, 2020

Joe Lauria will report every weekday at 5pm BST on the Assange extradition hearing. Please support our show by becoming a patron of CNLive! https://www.patreon.com/CNLive

Craig Murray on Assange Case – Day 8

Don’t Extradite Assange Campaign on Sep 17, 2020

Craig Murray @CraigMurrayOrg: The prosecution has changed tactics from saying that @WikiLeaks is not comparable to other media outlets, to saying that all media outlets are liable to prosecution under the espionage act for publishing classified information.

“What I’ve told you won’t be reported on the BBC” | Craig Murray on Assange extradition

RT UK on Sep 16, 2020

“It’s impossible to sit through every day of the hearing and believe this is a fair and impartial process – because it isn’t.” Former diplomat Craig Murray discusses Assange’s extradition hearing and new disputes over the publisher putting people in danger with his leaks.

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See also:

Live Updates Day Ten–Fairbanks Testifies Trump Ordered Assange Arrest, by Joe Lauria

Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 13, by Craig Murray

Trump Jr. Fixer: Everyone In WikiLeaks Deserve The Death Penalty, by Kevin Gosztola

A Guide to Journalists and Organizations Covering Assange Trial For Those Upset About Lack of Media Coverage, by Kevin Gosztola

Principles of Journalism on Trial/2020 Banned Books Week, Kevin Gosztola interviewed by Mickey Huff

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From the archives:

Six Reasons Julian Assange Should Be Thanked, Not Punished, by David Swanson

Chris Hedges, Daniel Ellsberg and James Goodale: Assange Extradition and the War on Journalism

Julian Assange and Charlatan Trump, by Finian Cunningham + Julian Assange Extradition Hearing – Sept. 9, 2020

The Trial Of Julian Assange: Whose Side Are You On? by John Pilger + The Assange Hearing by Craig Murray

Global Assange + Julian Assange’s Father, John Shipton Speaks Out

Chris Hedges: Collateral Murder Video and the US Military Cover Up

Chris Hedges: Ramifications For Press Freedom In Julian Assange Extradition

Chris Hedges and Joe Lauria: The Julian Assange Extradition Trial

2 thoughts on “John Pilger, Daniel Ellsberg and Alexander Mercouris: Julian Assange Extradition Hearing + Kevin Gosztola: Day 10 + Joe Lauria: Day 10 + Craig Murray: What I’ve Told You Won’t Be Reported On The BBC

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