Assange’s Father On US Government’s ‘Scandalous’ Plan To ‘Murder’ His Son

By Lee Camp, -

One of the biggest moments in Julian Assange’s trial is slated to happen next month, when the embattled and imprisoned WikiLeaks founder’s final extradition hearing is held in Great Britain. And [...]

On Contact: The Anonymous Executioners Of The Corporate State

On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the ongoing persecution of human rights lawyer Steven Donziger. Judge Loretta Preska, an adviser to the conservative Federalist Society, to which Chevron is [...]

UN Finds Steven Donziger’s House Arrest Violates International Law

By Dharna Noor, Gizmodo. -

The world’s top human rights legal body just offered a crucial show of support for Steven Donziger, the attorney who won a landmark multibillion-dollar case against an oil giant over pollution in [...]

The Judicial Persecution Of Steven Donziger

By Eve Ottenberg, Counterpunch. -

For some, call them criminal justice ingenues, it may be hard to believe this is happening in the United States, that our famed judiciary has sunk this low. But in the U.S., a judge acts as [...]

Law Students Announce Boycott Of Chevron Law Firm Seward & Kissel

By Stanford Environmental Law Society. -

New York – Students from over 50 leading U.S. law schools -- including Stanford, Harvard, Yale, and New York University -- have announced a recruiting boycott of a prominent Chevron law firm to [...]

Misconduct In Public Office In The Assange Case

By Rod Driver, WISE Up Action. -

Both Snow and Taylor showed extreme bias against Julian. Their hearings were about Julian seeking asylum at the Ecuadorean Embassy in 2012, which meant that he had not complied with his bail [...]

John Pilger: Eyewitness To The Agony Of Julian Assange

By John Pilger, Mintpress News. -

The prevailing atmosphere has been shocking. I say that without hesitation; I have sat in many courts and seldom known such a corruption of due process; this is due revenge. Putting aside the [...]

The Battle For Democracy In Ecuador

By Guillaume Long, Open Democracy. -

Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno and his allies have gone to great lengths to prevent former president Rafael Correa and his political movement from returning to power. In order to achieve [...]

Assange Hearing: Judge Grants Defense Four Weeks To Prepare Final Argument

By Consortium News. -

5:49 am EDT:  Judge Vanessa Baraitser has granted the defense four weeks to prepare it closing argument, saying that her decision would come after the Nov. 4 U.S. election one way or the other. [...]

Report, Monday, September 21: Julian Assange Hearing

By Craig Murray. -

Monday was a frustrating day as the Assange Hearing drifted deep into a fantasy land where nobody knows or is allowed to say that people were tortured in Guantanamo Bay and under extraordinary [...]

Call For Assange’s Immediate Release

By Lawyers for Assange, Consortium News. -

As Julian Assange fights U.S. extradition at the Old Bailey in London, over one hundred eminent political figures, including 13 past and present heads of state, numerous ministers, members of [...]

Kafka On Acid: The Trial Of Julian Assange

By Felicity Ruby, Arena Online. -

Julian Assange needs to wake before dawn to get from Belmarsh Prison to the Old Bailey courthouse, where his extradition hearing resumed on 7 September, for four weeks. He gets dressed for court [...]

On Contact: Chevron Vs Donziger

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to Steven Donziger about the reach of corporate power. Donziger battled corporate oil giant Chevron over environmental pollution and destruction in [...]

Hundreds Of Lawyers File Complaint Against Judge Over Targeting Steven Donziger

By International Association of Democratic Lawyers. -

Dozens of legal organizations around the world representing more than 500,000 lawyers along with over 200 individual lawyers today submitted a judicial complaint documenting a series of shocking [...]