Stella Morris: Make No Mistake, We Won Today In Court + Julian Assange Can Appeal Extradition

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RT UK on Jan 24, 2022

Julian Assange’s fiance Stella Morris speaks after the High Court grant the whistleblower the right to appeal US extradition.

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Chris Hedges and John Shipton: Slow-motion Execution of Julian Assange

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with Chris Hedges

RT America on Dec 25, 2021

On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the torture of Julian Assange with his father, John Shipton.

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Chris Hedges and Nils Melzer: The Trial of Julian Assange: A Story of Persecution

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with Chris Hedges

RT America on Dec 17, 2021

On the show, Chris Hedges discusses The Trial of Julian Assange, a new book by Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture.

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Kristinn Hrafnsson: The US Govt Contemplated Killing Julian Assange With UK Complicity

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goingundergroundRT on Sep 29, 2021

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Wikileaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson about the shocking revelations that the Trump Administration and CIA considered assassinating or kidnapping Julian Assange, with planned shootouts with Russian agents on Britain’s streets, a car crash kidnapping and an assault on a passenger jet should Julian Assange decide to leave for Russia.

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Prime Witness In Assange Case Admits To Lying + MPs Hand-Deliver Letter To Belmarsh Demanding Access To Julian Assange

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Attorney: U.S. Case Against Julian Assange Falls Apart, as Key Witness Says He Lied to Get Immunity

Democracy Now! on June 28, 2021

One of the main witnesses in Julian Assange’s extradition case has admitted he made false claims against Assange in exchange for immunity from prosecution, a bombshell revelation that could have a major impact on the WikiLeaks founder’s fate. Assange faces up to 175 years in prison if brought to the U.S., where he was indicted for violations of the Espionage Act related to the publication of classified documents exposing U.S. war crimes.

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