The letter represents the largest congressional effort to date raising concerns with the ongoing prosecution of Assange.
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This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter Newsletter. Become an annual paid subscriber to help us continue our independent journalism. A whistleblower protection bill containing access to jury trials, which has long been a priority for advocates, passed in the United States House of Representatives on September
The following article was produced for paid subscribers several days ago. It was unlocked on July 12 for the public. Become a monthly subscriber. Michigan Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib reintroduced an amendment to the Espionage Act that would curtail the United States Justice Department’s ability to abuse the draconian
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