Julian Assange’s Fight for Freedom – The World’s Fight Against US-UK Injustice

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange continues fighting for his freedom as the US and its British allies continue a legal process aimed at imprisoning him indefinitely.

His crime? Actual, consequential journalism.

The US won an appeal for Assange’s extradition even as US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken claimed the US stood for and supported freedom of the press at its self-organized “Summit for Democracy.”

What does this tell us not only about US hypocrisy but the hypocrisy of those serving their agenda and repeating their rhetoric in targeted nations like Thailand?


Wikileaks – Homepage:

Reuters – Assange one step closer to extradition to United States:

My London – The prison where London’s most notorious killers are serving life sentences:

Washington Post – Daniel Hale, who leaked information on U.S. drone warfare, sentenced to 45 months in prison:

Independent – Edward Snowden’s extradition lawsuit is rejected by Norway’s Supreme Court:

Washington Post – Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in WikiLeaks case:

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