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Chris Hedges: What Is Happening to Assange Will Happen to the Rest of Us

“The publication of classified documents is not yet a crime in the United States. If Assange is extradited and convicted, it will become one.”

John Pilger | Blocking internet access for Julian Assange is a war on freedom of speech

#Reconnect Assange

Free Assange: Global event calls for WikiLeaks founder freedom after 4 years of isolation

Four years after Julian Assange passed through the gates of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, asking for asylum, people from all over the world join their voices in order to ask that this unbelievable persecution is brought to an end.

Evergreene Digest: A Defiant Ecuador Seeks Solutions in Assange Case

The Assange case goes beyond just simple political asylum and issues of sovereignty. It is matter of principle in a time in which information and secrecy have become ever more the tools of the most powerful. Justice must be done for those who have sacrificed their liberties to warn us of these dangers. Eva Golinger, […]

Medea Benjamin> Julian Assange on George Bush’s Library and Bradley Manning’s Trial

“I believe that the opposition to the Iraq war was very important, and that it actually altered the behavior of US forces during the initial invasion of Iraq.” Medea Benjamin  Thu, Apr 25, 2013  codepink.org  War Dollars Home I had an opportunity to interview WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he […]