The judgement in the extradition hearing of Julian Assange is available at the below link:
Assange extradition decision to be announced on 4 January, 2021
“They live in abysmal conditions, with no end in sight”
Assange would have to be “nearly dead” to avoid Supermax prison
Prison cells, “the size of a parking space, you can scream and no one hears you.”
Yancey Ellis is a Washington DC-based defence attorney admitted to the Eastern District of Virginia, where he worked in the Public Defender’s Office for several years. This evidence focuses on...
Photos from the extradition hearing of Julian Assange at Central Criminal Court in London, September 28, 2020. All photos credit: Guy Smallman.
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