Wikileaks-Hosted "Most Wanted Leaks" Reflects the Transparency Priorities of Public Contributors | EFF
Reporters Without Borders calls again for all charges against Assange to be dropped and for him to be immediately released.
China Passes Hong Kong National Security Law | New York Times
WikiLeaks’ Kristinn Hrafnsson on the new DOJ superseding indictment: 'The US have no new charges to bring, and they can’t even be bothered to send the court or the defence team the document - that just shows this is a glorified press release' https://t.co/4ykwUsKsrz
"It is a judicial case that will decide how far journalism can go in our Western democracies. Can a journalist violate state secrets when they cover up very serious human rights violations, war crimes against entire populations and systematic torture?"
DOJ's New WikiLeaks Indictment Has Significant, Convenient Plot Holes | Gizmodo
'US government expands Assange indictment' | Shadowproof
The superseding indictment leaves in tact 17 charges amounting to 170 years for publishing evidence of War crimes. The new 'allegations' relate only to 5 years of the potential 175 year sentence. It is a desperate PR move that doesn't even connect to the Chelsea Manning events. https://t.co/IHifm63O82
WikiLeaks founder Assange faces new indictment in US
Assange’s lawyer, Barry Pollack, said in a statement that “the government’s relentless pursuit of Julian Assange poses a grave threat to journalists everywhere and to the public’s right to know.”
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