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Assange Court Report October 01: Afternoon

Assange extradition decision to be announced on 4 January, 2021

Assange Court Report September 30: Morning

Assange spying ordered by senior Trump associate

Assange Court Report September 29: Afternoon

“They live in abysmal conditions, with no end in sight”

Assange Court Report September 29: Morning

Assange would have to be “nearly dead” to avoid Supermax prison

Assange Court Report September 28: Afternoon

Prison cells, “the size of a parking space, you can scream and no one hears you.”

Assange Court Report September 28: Morning

Assange facing “X-block” in US prison, court told

Witness Statement: Yancey Ellis

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...

Assange Extradition Hearing Photos: September 28, 2020

Photos from the extradition hearing of Julian Assange at Central Criminal Court in London, September 28, 2020. All photos credit: Guy Smallman.

Assange Court Report September 25: Afternoon

“Millions” had access to documents before WikiLeaks released them, court hears

Assange Court Report September 25: Morning

No Assange ruling before 2021, court told.

Assange Court Report September 24: Afternoon

Assange suffering from “acute psychological trauma”, doctor says.

Assange Court Report September 23: Afternoon

Prosecution witness admits Assange’s health could decline in US prison

Assange Court Report September 23: Morning

Asperger Syndrome puts Assange at “high risk,” if extradited

Assange Court Report September 22: Afternoon

US detention would be “very damaging” to Assange, mental health expert says.

Assange Court Report September 22: Morning

Assange Has “A Bundle Of High-Risk Factors,” Expert Tells Court

Assange Court Report September 21: Afternoon

Assange Evicted “On the orders of the President,” Court Told

Assange Court Report September 21: Morning

Journalist’s book gave away secret passcode, court hears

Witness Statement: Dean Yates

Dean Yates is a former Reuters journalist who was the organisation’s Baghdad Bureau Chief in 2007 and 2008. It was not until 2010 when WikiLeaks published the Collateral Murder video...

Witness Statement: Carey Shenkman

Carey Shenkman is a New York based freedom of speech and civil rights attorney. His evidence provides a history of the legislation under which Assange has been charged, namely the...

Assange Court Report September 18: Afternoon

US Government confirms Assange pardon offer

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