WikiLeaks founder’s Attorney Michael Ratner explains how the US, UK and Sweden share responsibility for Assange’s inability to leave.
Michael Ratner: Documents show the US engaged in major attacks against journalists, publishers, and whistleblowers, as a UK court upholds the legality of David Miranda’s detention at Heathrow…
These documents shed even more light on the Obama administration’s continuing attacks on bona fide journalists and whistleblowers.
Amy Goodman: We speak to Assange live from the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he has sought political asylum since 2012.
Assange addressed a major gathering of computer experts Monday at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany.
Michael Ratner, lawyer of Wikileaks founder, says his client wants to clear any allegations of sexual misconduct in Sweden but the fear of extradition to US keeps him…
In his first U.S. television interview since the verdict, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange discusses the Manning
As Edward Snowden remains in hiding, it seems the familiar face of WikiLeaks Julian Assange might be his only friend.
There is a fine line between journalist and traitor in the Obama administration.