MintPress News on Jan 10, 2023
I spent the hour with Julian Assange’s wife Stella Assange. We talked about whether the rumors he’ll be released soon are true, how she finds the strength to keep fighting, and whether she was stunned to hear the CIA had planned to assassinate her husband.
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From the archives:
Finian Cunningham and John Shipton: Daring to Hope for his Son Julian Assange
John Pilger: The State of the UK Media, and The Resilience of Julian Assange
Chris Hedges: It’s the End of any Investigation into the Inner Workings of Power
The U.S. Empire’s War Against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, by Rainer Shea
Chris Hedges and John Shipton: Julian Assange’s Looming Extradition and the Imperative of Mass Resistance
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Glenn Greenwald: Prosecuting Julian Assange and WikiLeaks Threatens Press Freedom for All
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What a merciless travesty this terrible injustice is, so unspeakably cruel and medieval…but this is a great conversation; now I’d like to hear what Baltasar Garzón is proposing to move the case forward.
It certainly is tragic, David.
He will be released when either one of two conditions is met:
(a) His sanity can be questioned/proven by our insane rulers.
(b). His silence is assured, by threat, fear, or both.