Stella Assange and Kevin Gosztola join Stefania Maurizi for a live panel discussion of the surveillance, monitoring, and control that has oppressed Julian Assange and WikiLeaks for more than 10 years.
In a ruling from UK High Court on Human Rights Day, a district judge’s decision which blocked extradition of Julian Assange was overturned.
At the High Court of Justice, the Crown Prosecution Service presented U.S. government’s appeal in the extradition case against Julian Assange.
In Closing Argument For Julian Assange’s Extradition, Prosecutors Cast WikiLeaks As Criminal Enterprise
In the closing argument for Julian Assange’s extradition trial, prosecutors cast WikiLeaks as an ideologically motivated entity in the “business of encouraging individuals to hack into computers.”
Shadowproof received numerous donations and an outpouring of support for Kevin Gosztola’s commitment to covering the Assange Trial each day court was in session.
The FBI in the United Kingdom enlisted the Ecuador government’s help in seizing legally privileged materials from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after he was arrested and expelled from the Ecuador embassy in London on April 11, 2019.
A UC Global employee refused to install numerous microphones and camera systems at the Ecuadorian Embassy, believing it was illegal.
Attorney Lindsay Lewis told the British magistrate court “the unreliable nature of the U.S. government’s assurances” should be a concern for the court and British authorities in “determining whether to extradite” Assange to the United States.
On October 3, independent journalists credentialed to cover Julian Assange’s extradition trial will gather to highlight crucial developments.
Defense Witnesses In Assange’s Extradition Trial Counter Key Prosecution Lie About US Solitary Confinement
Defense witnesses in Assange’s extradition trial challenged the repeated lie that he could communicate with others if held in solitary.