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Category: People other than Assange :: Manning
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Assange says government is 'spying' on his talks with lawyers 26.2.2020 L.A. Times - World News

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's lawyers say the U.S. seeks to extradite people for political reasons while fighting extradition of U.S. citizens.

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UK Court Told Julian Assange Tried To Warn White House Of Risk To Lives 26.2.2020 NDTV News - Latest
Julian Assange tried to contact Hillary Clinton and the White House when he realised that unredacted U.S. diplomatic cables given to WikiLeaks were about to be dumped on the internet, his lawyer told...
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UK court told Assange tried to call White House, Hillary Clinton over data dump 26.2.2020 Reuters: World News
Julian Assange tried to contact Hillary Clinton and the White House when he realised that unredacted U.S. diplomatic cables given to WikiLeaks were about to be dumped on the internet, his lawyer told his London extradition hearing on Tuesday.
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Assange tried to warn White House about big classified documents leak, defense lawyers say 25.2.2020 LA Times: Nation

In second day of testimony, lawyers for WikiLeaks' Julian Assange said he partnered with media groups instead of releasing cables with names of secret sources.

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Julian Assange put informants' lives at risk, U.S. says in extradition hearing 24.2.2020 LA Times: Nation

Supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have gathered outside a London courthouse where a judge is hearing a U.S. extradition case against him.

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Julian Assange put lives at risk, lawyer for United States says 24.2.2020 Reuters: World News
Julian Assange is wanted for crimes that put at risk the lives of people in Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan who had helped the West, said a lawyer acting for the United States in its bid to extradite the 48-year-old.
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Thousands Protest in London Against Assange Extradition Before Start of Hearing 24.2.2020 Truthout.com
The combined maximum sentence in the U.S. for the crimes Assange is accused of is 175 ...
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange due in court to fight extradition 24.2.2020 LA Times: Nation

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will appear in a London court Monday to battle extradition to the U.S.

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Julian Assange: Trump 'offered pardon for Russia denial' 20.2.2020 BBC News - US & Canada
Evidence for the pardon claim is due to be part of the Wikileaks founder's extradition defence.
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Extradition of Assange Would Set a Dangerous Precedent 17.2.2020 Truthout.com
The Trump administration is using Assange as an example to warn journalists that they publish at their own ...
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UN Expert Describes Detention of Chelsea Manning as “Amounting to Torture” 1.1.2020 Truthout.com
In a letter to the U.S. government, the special rapporteur on torture called for the immediate release of ...
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Here Are Five Ways to Support Chelsea Manning in 2020 29.12.2019 Truthout.com
Here Are Five Ways to Support Chelsea Manning in 2020
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CN Live! is Going Prime Time! 23.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
CN Live!, the webcast of Consortium News, is moving to a new time slot.  Consortium News‘ weekly webcast, CN Live! is moving to prime time.  Beginning on Friday, Aug. 30 it will be aired at 8 pm U.S. Eastern Daylight…Read more →
Russiagate is Dead, but for the Political Establishment, it is Still the New 42 12.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Craig Murray offers a guide to a judge’s conclusion that claims made as the basis of Russiagate are insufficient to even warrant a hearing.  By Craig Murray CraigMurray.org.uk Douglas Adams famously suggested that the answer to life, the universe and…Read more →
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New Fears for Julian Assange 8.8.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Legendary journalist John Pilger has been to see Assange in Belmarsh Prison in London and his report is not encouraging. Journalist John Pilger has recently visited imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and has raised an alarm about Assange’s “deteriorated” health.…Read more →
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Chelsea Manning’s Daily Fines for Grand Jury Resistance Increase to $1000 17.7.2019 Truthout.com
Manning's legal team says she will face a total of more than $440,000 in fines.
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Assange Is Trapped in the Web of the US Legal Empire 3.7.2019 Truthout.com
Assange's extradition case proves that in the U.S. empire, the gravity of justice pulls only one way.
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John Pilger: The Global War on Assange, Journalism & Dissent 14.6.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
John Pilger talks about the persecution of the WikiLeaks publisher and the rapid crackdown on investigative journalism in a wide-ranging interview with Dennis J. Bernstein and Randy Credico. By Dennis J Bernstein and Randy Credico KPFA Flashpoints  The muckraking work of Oscar- and…Read more →
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Assange case could deal a major blow to U.S. press freedom 14.6.2019 rabble.ca - News for the rest of us
Please chip in to support rabble's election 2019 coverage.  Support  rabble.ca  today for as little as $1 per month! "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech or of the press," reads the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Yet, for the first time ever, a publisher is being prosecuted under the First World War-era Espionage Act. Julian Assange, co-founder of the whistleblower website Wikileaks, is facing 170 years in prison if he is extradited to the U.S. from the United Kingdom. The case could deal a monumental blow to the free press in the United States . The U.S. first charged Assange in April with attempting to help a U.S. Army whistleblower break into a military computer system, for which Assange would face up to five years in prison. Then, on May 23, the Justice Department released a superseding indictment, with the additional 17 espionage charges. The new charges, The New York Times editorial board wrote on the day they were announced, "could have a chilling effect on ...
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Cover-Ups and Truth Tellers 13.6.2019 ConsortiumNews.com
Lawrence Davidson finds a reversal of values — in who gets punished and who does not — when whistleblowers and publishers expose immoral behavior by governments. By Lawrence Davidson  Tothe PointAnalysis.com In a May, 22, 2019 appearance in the White…Read more →
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