Kevin Gosztola, author of "Guilty of Journalism: The Political Case Against Julian Assange," discusses what is at stake for Assange in the appeal hearing before the British High Court of Justice on February 20-21. For 15 years, Kevin has been covering issues of government secrecy. He was one
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Although the abusive treatment Assange will likely endure in U.S. custody isn't a focus of this upcoming appeal hearing, it still matters.
Assange’s legal team will ask the British High Court of Justice to grapple with the “lapse of time” that has made extradition “unjust and oppressive.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team has asked the British High Court of Justice to reassess the risks that extradition poses to his right to a fair trial.
The lead U.S. prosecutor in the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange raised the idea that the U.S. may argue Assange has no First Amendment rights.
The legal team for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange contends a British district court erred when it failed to recognize that the US extradition request was an "abuse of process."
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asserts that extradition to the United States would be a “flagrant denial” of his rights to freedom of expression because the charges criminalize journalism.