A pantomime of “justice” and “rule of law” cloaks the persecution of Julian Assange for exposing U.S. war crimes.
The extradition, trial and conviction of Assange would have frightening ramifications for investigative journalism.
The decision to extradite Assange “to the nation that plotted to assassinate him … is an abomination,” advocates said.
As Julian Assange prepares to face espionage charges, human rights groups are condemning the U.K.’s decision.
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Press freedom and human rights groups and Julian Assange’s fiancée have all condemned the latest barrier to his freedom.
The British High Court certified that Julian Assange raised a point of law of general public importance.
The U.K. High Court accepted U.S. “assurances” of humane treatment if Julian Assange is extradited.
The Biden administration has thus far ignored pressure from human rights groups to drop the charges.
The British district judge denied Julian Assange’s extradition due to his high risk of suicide in U.S. prisons.