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Par Laurent Dauré
Une publication Acrimed

La France doit-elle accorder l’asile politique à Julian Assange, suivant une quarantaine de députés qui plaident en ce sens ? L’animateur de France Culture Frédéric Martel se propose d’arbitrer la question… en arguant de calomnies et de fausses informations ressassées par les détracteurs — et les persécuteurs — du fondateur de WikiLeaks. Un procès bouclé en trois minutes d’antenne.

Julian Assange suffered a mini-stroke in October during the hearing for the US appeal of a UK court’s ruling on his extradition case.

“The WikiLeaks publisher, 50, who is being held on remand in the maximum-security jail while fighting extradition to America, was left with a drooping right eyelid,...

The US government has won its appeal against a lower British court’s rejection of its extradition request to prosecute Julian Assange for journalistic activity under the Espionage Act. Rather than going free, the WikiLeaks founder will continue to languish in Belmarsh Prison where he has already s...

Par John McEvoy et Pablo Navarrete
Une publication MintPress News

Three years on from the explosive Julian Assange/Paul Manafort story, we question whether the Guardian has honored its stated commitment to the truth.

Par Kit Klarenberg
Une publication The Grayzone

Documents provided exclusively to The Grayzone detail Canberra’s abandonment of Julian Assange, an Australian citizen, and provide shocking details of his prison suffering.

The US appeal of a British court ruling on the Assange extradition case has concluded, and the judges will probably not have a decision ready until at least January — a full year after the extradition was denied by a lower court. Assange, despite being convicted of no crime, will have remained in...

The first day of the US appeal of the Julian Assange extradition case saw grown adults arguing in a court of law that the US government could guarantee that it would not treat the WikiLeaks founder as cruelly as it treats its other prisoners.

I wish I was kidding.

In their write-up on Wednesda...

In the process of issuing another not-really-a-denial about a Yahoo! News report that the CIA plotted to kidnap, extradite and assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2017, former CIA director Mike Pompeo said that the 30 former government officials the report was based on “should all be p...

Citing “conversations with more than 30 former U.S. officials,” a new report by Yahoo! News has confirmed earlier allegations that the Central Intelligence Agency not only spied on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his associates, but also drew up plans for kidnapping, renditioning, and assas...

Par Laurent Dauré
Une publication Acrimed

Tour à tour calomnié et ignoré, le journaliste Julian Assange ne bénéficie pas du large mouvement de solidarité que son statut de prisonnier politique et de héros de la liberté de la presse aurait dû faire naître. Dans quelle mesure les médias peuvent-ils être tenus pour responsables de la relative indifférence face à la persécution du fondateur de WikiLeaks par Washington ? Pour Fabienne Sintes de France Inter, les causes du manque d’intérêt ne sont pas à chercher de ce côté-là. Retour sur son interview (31 mai 2021) de la compagne et de l’avocat français de celui qui croupit dans une geôle londonienne en attendant une éventuelle extradition vers les États-Unis.

 
 
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