Yanis Varoufakis writes about receiving a call from Julian Assange, who is in Belmarsh prison awaiting a hearing in an extradition appeal by the US.
We look at the developments in the pursuit of justice for Julian Assange so far.
Doctors from eight countries around the world demand Assange be moved to a hospital over concerns of his deteriorating health
Thousands attended The ‘Don’t Extradite Assange’ rally in London on November 5 to protest US attempts to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Historian and former diplomat Craig Murray describes the farcical proceedings at a Westminster court on October 21 when a judge summarily dismissed a request by Julian Assange’s legal team for more time to prepare for the case
Two legislators voiced concerns about Australian sovereignty in the Assange case and have demanded that the government oppose any attempt at extradition
A visit to Belmarsh maximum-security prison
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Ola Bini joined Peoples Dispatch for an interview to talk about the case being made against him by the Ecuadorian government, and the 70 days he spent in prison without any charges or evidence being presented against him.
The Home Secretary’s certification of the extradition puts the final decision to be taken on Assange’s extradition to British courts. He is under indictment in the US over charges worth a total of 175 years of imprisonment
Assange’s lawyers, the Wikileaks and his friends have in the past raised concerns about his fast deteriorating health while in prison
The US Department of Justice has filed 17 new charges against the Wikileaks founder, raising questions about free press and civil liberties