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It’s Been Two Weeks Since a UN Panel Declared That Julian Assange Should Be Freed. Why Is He Still Detained? – The Nation

It’s time to end Julian Assange’s arbitrary detention at the hands of Sweden and the United Kingdom. By Melinda Taylor, Carey Shenkman and Michael Ratner On February 5, the United Nation’s highest authority on detention, the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD), found that our client…
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UN Victory in Assange Case – Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) Blog – with Melinda Taylor and Carey Shenkman

In a major legal victory for international human rights law, the UN acknowledged the risk of extradition to the United States faced by journalist Julian Assange. This decision marks a significant development in the law of detention, and has enormous…
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Julian Assange May Be Exiled in the Ecuadorian Embassy, But Wikileaks Continues — TRNN Audio/Video Link

http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=767&Itemid=74&jumival=13881 The four points I want to talk about today are: one is Julian’s stay in the Embassy, which is continuing. Secondly, the continuing U.S. espionage investigation of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, third is continuing work of WikiLeaks and Julian,…
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Swedish Prosecutor in Julian Assange’s Case Retreats; US Continues Espionage Investigation — TRNN Video Link

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks and his lawyers have been asking the Swedish prosecutors to question Assange over sexual misconduct allegations in London, where he is in exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy. He’s been there for 1,000 days now. The alleged…
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Swedish Prosecutor in Julian Assange’s Case Retreats; US Continues Espionage Investigation – TRNN Transcript

  Julian Assange of WikiLeaks and his lawyers have been asking the Swedish prosecutors to question Assange over sexual misconduct allegations in London, where he is in exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy. He’s been there for 1,000 days now. The…
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After Swedish Prosecutors Back Down, Is WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Close to Freedom? – Democracy Now Transcript

AMY GOODMAN: Today marks the 1,000th day that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has spent in Ecuador’s London embassy, where he has political asylum. Now, for the first time, Swedish prosecutors have issued a request to question Assange in London. This follows pressure…
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After Swedish Prosecutors Back Down, Is WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Close to Freedom? — Democracy Now Video

  Today marks the 1,000th day WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has spent in political asylum inside Ecuador’s London embassy. For the first time, Swedish prosecutors have opened the door to Assange’s departure with a request to question him in London….
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Google Gagged and Ordered by NSA and FBI to Release Personal Communication Data of Wikileaks Staffers — TRNN Video Link

Michael Ratner says that US government is still pursuing criminal investigations against Wikileaks Editor and staffers, not just because of what they have already released to the public but because of what they still continue to release

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Google Gagged and Ordered by NSA and FBI to Release Personal Communication Data of Wikileaks Staffers – TRNN Transcript

SHARMINI PERIES, EXEC. PRODUCER, TRNN: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Sharmini Peries, coming to you from Baltimore. Also, welcome to this edition of the Michael Ratner report. Michael Ratner is the president emeritus of the Center for Constitutional…
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