Why Julian Assange’s inhumane prosecution imperils justice for us all
The damage done to the Wikileaks co-founder in his decade of incarceration and uncertainty, including more than two years in Belmarsh is beyond doubt. But so, too, is his courage beyond doubt.
A day in the death of British justice
The reputation of British justice now rests on the shoulders of the High Court in the life or death case of Julian Assange.
Chris Hedges: The Empire is not done with Julian Assange
As is clear from the memoir of one of his attorneys, Michael Ratner, the ends have always justified the means for those demanding his global persecution.
Ecuador, Assange and the empire: anatomy of a liberal sellout
Under Ecuador’s new government, the gagging of Assange has long been a matter of when, not if. It’s only the latest sign of a once-defiant nation’s newfound subservience to Washington and Europe.