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JULIAN ASSANGE EXTRADITION HEARING REPORTS:

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Explained: Why Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong

Patrick Henningsen | Was his conviction linked to Washington’s long running vendetta against WikiLeaks and the DOJ’s indictments of Julian Assange?

Trump Commutes Sentence of Roger Stone, Says Trial Was Based on a ‘Hoax’

21WIRE | The White House maintain Stone was a victim of the Russiagate hoax.

Assange vs Khodorkovsky: Arbitrary Application of Human Rights by British Courts

Nina Cross | More evidence that Assange’s treatment by Britain has been arbitrary, ignoring international human rights and law of asylum.

UKC News: New Coronavirus Measures, Chelsea Manning Released, MH17 Trial

UKC News | Co-hosts Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen with the week’s news round-up.

Roger Waters Talks to Tucker Carlson About Assange

FOX News | Slowly but surely this issue is bleeding into the mainstream media sphere.

Assange Courtroom Drama Speaks to This Illusion of Justice

Patrick Henningsen | More than anything, this latest courtroom drama really illustrates the illusion of due process.

The Health of Julian Assange: A Case of State-sponsored Neglect

Nina Cross | In refusing to recognise their arbitrary detention and by ignoring health needs, Britain is behaving no different than the despotic regimes it routinely condemns.

Assange Begins Fight Against U.S. Extradition Today

Patrick Henningsen | The most important trial in press freedom history begins right now.

Episode #316 – ‘Assange Hearing Begins’ with guests Joe Lauria and Andre Vltchek

SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…

Media Spinning ‘Assange Pardon’ as Proof of Russiagate Conspiracy

BAMN | Without a doubt, the case against Assange has become hopelessly politicized, which may play in his favor.

Assange European Defense Lawyers Will Try for Asylum in France

AP | European lawyers believe that Macron government might be open to possibility of relocation in France.

What’s Really Behind Rohrabacher’s ‘Assange Pardon’ Story?

Patrick Henningsen | In the Assange case, readers should pay close attention to how news is being spun, and who stands to benefit.

Show Trial Ends: Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 months in Prison, Judge Decries ‘Threat to Democracy’

Patrick Henningsen | Stone is collateral damage in what could be the greatest political hoax in American history.

Pilger: Julian Assange Must Be Freed, Not Betrayed

John Pilger | If there is any sense of justice left in the land of Magna Carta, then Assange’s case should be thrown out of court. The world is watching.

Airbrushing Assange: The Guardian’s ‘Press Freedom’ Farce

21WIRE | Given the chance, mainstream press outlets will bow in full compliance to the national security state.

‘Media Freedom’ Campaign Pushes Magnitsky Sanctions – But Ignores Case of Julian Assange

Nina Cross | Unraveling the deception behind the Magnitsky sanctions, now being promoted by a panel of ‘media freedom’ experts.

Ann Wright: ‘Instead of Attacking WikiLeaks, Fix What It Exposed’

Ann Wright | Instead of punishing and silencing alleged whistleblowers and publishers like Manning and Assange for revealing uncomfortable truths, we should be addressing our own war crimes and institutional corruption.

Episode #314 – ‘Welcome to the Granite State’ with guests Daniel Spaulding and Basil Valentine

SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…

MOATS: OPCW Douma Leaks and Why Julian Assange Extradition Will Affect Everyone

MOATS | Time and time again, our governments lie in order to cover-up real war crimes.

Julian Assange and the Inhumanity of the British State: ‘Unofficial’ Solitary Confinement as Torture

Nina Cross | We have just witnessed a grave injustice, where a man has been held by the state behind an opaque and politically convenient bureaucratic veil – effectively left to rot in solitary confinement and unable to defend himself in one of the most important precedent cases of this century.