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Dissident And Whistleblower Julian Assange Finally Catches A Break

Dissident and whistleblower Julian Assange has finally caught a small, temporary legal break.

Courts in the United Kingdom have delivered yet another delay in the extradition process of Julian Assange, and he will be allowed to continue lodging appeals during that time.

Again, this is a temporary win, but it is still great news for Assange, who has been fighting extradition to the United States.

Assange is almost certain to face the death penalty in the U.S., or, at the very least, will not be afforded a fair trial.

The case of Julian Assange should be on everyone’s radar—we are all Julian Assange. The only ‘crime’ Julian Assange committed was to reveal the fact that we are ruled by criminals.

Email or call your reps and DEMAND that Julian Assange be freed NOW. Here’s the latest on Assange’s ongoing proceedings:

BBC News provided the latest update:

The UK High Court said the Wikileaks founder could be allowed to launch a new appeal against being sent to the US without those commitments.

His lawyers have argued that the case is a form of “state retaliation”.

The court has adjourned its final decision on Mr Assange’s extradition by three weeks to give the US government time to comply with its order.

Stella Assange, the wife of Julian Assange, stated: “If kicking the can down the road was an Olympic sport, the judges in the Assange case would be gold medalists.”

Zero Hedge and Wikileaks implored readers to contact their representatives and demand that Assange be set free:

WikiLeaks has been urging all Americans to put pressure on the Biden administration to drop its case against Assange by calling House representatives and telling them to support H.Res.934.

The bill, introduced by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) requests that the Biden White House halt the proceedings against Assange.

The bill reads: “This resolution expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that regular journalistic activities, including the obtainment and publication of information, are protected under the First Amendment and that the federal government should drop all charges against and attempts to extradite Julian Assange.”


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