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Julian Assange's fiancee pleads for Biden to intervene: WikiLeaks founder suffering in 'grim' prison #StellaMoris 

The partner of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has described his ongoing incarceration in one of England’s highest security prisons as “intolerable and grotesque”

The fiancee of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Saturday condemned his "grotesque" detention in Britain, after visiting him in jail for the first time in eight months

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A former CIA software engineer accused of leaking secrets to WikiLeaks notified a judge that he wants to represent himself at a retrial on espionage charges

For example, Paypal: - Shut down online bookseller Smashwords over concerns about erotic fiction - Refused to process payments for the whistleblower website Wikileaks - Froze the account of News Media Canada over a payment to submit an article about Syrian refugees for an award

Critical context for the DOJ's journalist surveillance scandal: the agency is continuing the prosecution of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange. If the Assange prosecution continues, it would render meaningless any press freedom progress on subpoenas.

John Shipton, father of Julian Assange, calls for the U.S. and U.K. to end the Wikileaks founder's imprisonment in London. "The G7 meeting is based upon values, and yet they have, just a few kilometers down the road, a foremost journalist in jail."

Whistleblowing's Evolution, From Rome to the Pentagon Papers to Wikileaks

UK lawmakers ask Biden to drop charges against WikiLeaks founder | CNET News#FreeAssangeNOW 

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11 years ago today WikiLeaks published Collateral Murder. It was a defining moment in our understanding of the Iraq war. The publisher, Julian Assange, faces a 175 year sentence for publishing evidence of such crimes, government abuses & corruption

Jimmy Dore: "The first person to be de-platformed was WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. If [Trump] knows what's good for freedom of speech and freedom of the press, he should take this moment and pardon Julian Assange." Tucker Carlson: "I totally agree" #Assange 

BREAKING: Westminster Magistrates' Court has been told that US President Donald Trump offered to pardon Wikileaks founder Julian Assange if he said Russia was not involved in the leak of Democratic National Committee emails. Get today's top stories:

Wikileaks published the biggest leak in CIA history. Fabrications aimed at destroying #Assange 's reputation followed. The front-page fabrication that Manafort visited Assange in the embassy was planted in The Guardian by an NED-funded operative. This clip explains how it works.

Lawyers representing the U.S. at Julian Assange’s extradition trial have accepted the claim that the WikiLeaks founder was offered a presidential pardon on the condition that he would help cover up Russia’s involvement in hacking emails from the DNC

NEW: Trump was told in advance that Wikileaks would release embarrassing Clinton campaign documents, according to newly unredacted portions of the Mueller report.

Don't let this story fade. Trump commuted Roger Stone's sentence as part of a cover-up of Trump's own attempt to hook-up with WikiLeaks when WikiLeaks was part of Russia's attack on the 2016 election. Stone lied to protect Trump--and Trump rewarded him.

Trump intel briefings in August informed him that Russian spy agencies had stolen emails from the DNC and were releasing them through WikiLeaks. Despite this, Trump cited that Russian-stolen material almost daily between Oct. 10 and Election Day.”

??So, Stone was closely coordinating with Trump, Trump campaign chairman, dep. chairman, & CEO on cordinating with Wikileaks/Assange on material stolen by Russian govt it had & would release to damage Trump rival, & Trump lied to Mueller about it & Stone lied to Congress about it

Roger Stone lied to Congress and threatened a witness to cover up Trump campaign contacts with Wikileaks. He was found guilty on all charges. Barr overruling career prosecutors at Trump’s urging is a disgraceful attack on the rule of law. Has DOJ no independence left?

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