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Exclusive images from inside British court expose Assange’s un-democratic treatment, physical deterioration

Photographs surreptitiously taken inside a British courtroom and provided to The Grayzone show a visibly disoriented Julian Assange confined to a glass cage and unable to communicate with his lawyers.

By Max Blumenthal

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Exposed: CIA used Sheldon Adelson’s firm to spy on Julian Assange

The Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal reveals explosive new details on the CIA spying and sabotage operation against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

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‘The American friends’: New court files expose Sheldon Adelson’s security team in US spy operation against Julian Assange

An exclusive investigation by The Grayzone reveals new details on the critical role Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands played in an apparent CIA spying operation targeting Julian Assange, and exposes the Sands security staff who helped coordinate the malicious campaign.

By Max Blumenthal

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Bombshell: Crowdstrike admits ‘no evidence’ Russia stole emails from DNC server

Crowdstrike, the firm behind the Russian email hacking allegation at the core of Russiagate, makes a bombshell admission: “We did not have concrete evidence.”

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Inside the Assange courtroom: Kevin Gosztola explains the US-UK assault on press freedom

Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with journalist Kevin Gosztola about the trial of Julian Assange. Gosztola was inside the courtroom as hearings in the case began.

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John Pilger: Llegó el momento para que Julian Assange sea liberado, no traicionado

La verdad es que Australia podía haber rescatado a Julian Assange, y todavía puede. Los líderes de su tierra natal que lo han traicionado deben ser señalados; ni la historia ni la decencia los olvidarán, o aquellos que hoy en día permanecen en silencio.

Por John Pilger

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As Assange’s trial begins, his lawyers highlight risk of extradition with CIA spying operation’s ‘extreme measures’

Assange’s lawyers pointed to CIA surveillance by a Sheldon Adelson-backed private contractor and the Trump administration’s public contempt for the defendant as evidence that the Wikileaks founder would face grave risks if extradited.

By Kevin Gosztola

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Julian Assange extradition hearing sees US attack bravery, press freedom

As Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing begins in London, Randy Credico on the targeting and demonization of the Wikileaks publisher.

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Exclusive: Randy Credico, key witness in Roger Stone case, on Stone’s 40-month sentence

Randy Credico, a key figure in the Roger Stone trial, on Stone’s 40-month sentence and how Stone’s lies, free liquor at London’s airport, and media spin fueled endless Russiagate falsehoods about a Trump-Wikileaks backchannel.

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John Pilger: It is time for Julian Assange to be saved, not betrayed

The truth is that Australia could have rescued Julian Assange and can still rescue him. Leaders of his homeland who have betrayed him should be called out; history and decency will not forget them or those who remain silent now.

By John Pilger

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