The WikiLeaks founder, who is battling extradition to the United States on espionage charges, has been granted permission to marry Stella Moris in the London prison where he has been held since 2019. From: New York Times
The Wikileaks founder and Stella Moris, a South African-born lawyer, have two young sons together. from: BBC News
La prima volta che abbiamo scritto di wikileaks su questo blog è stato 13 anni fa, in un articolo – davvero spassoso che Vi consigliamo con gioia di andare a rivedere – in cui fra le altre cose si parlava del futuro prossimo venturo della nostra professione e di “giornalisti incazzosi” e “giornalisti felici”. Al… Leggi tutto »
The outcome is not expected to be known for weeks, but the hearing was the latest step in a continuing attempt to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the U.S. to face espionage charges. From: New York Times
Lawyers for the US say a judge who blocked Julian Assange’s extradition was misled by a psychiatrist. from: BBC News
The US begins its appeal in order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder. We explain how we got here.
from: peacelink.it The founder of Wikileaks informed us long ago, with documentary proof, that US/NATO troops in Afghanistan were not winning the hearts and minds of the people; instead, they were making themselves hated. But the message went unheard and now the messenger is in prison awaiting judgment. from: New York Times
The US wants to put the Wikileaks founder on trial for hacking and disclosing classified information.