Recordings have emerged of private conversations that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, had while living in the Ecuadorean Embassy. He and a Spanish prosecutor blame the United States.
For the third time in nine years, Sweden’s prosecution services have dropped an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct, or ‘lesser rape,’ accusations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Given Langley’s intolerance for whistleblowing, the current case now in the headlines has a couple of curious features.
There is an unquestionable contradiction between Snowden’s opposition to Assange’s arrest and the rhetorical games he plays with Assange’s character in his memoir, Permanent Record.
Though his sentence ends this Sunday, Assange has been ordered to remain behind bars until hearings over a US extradition effort begin in February next year.
Elizabeth Vos reviews the unsavory history of intelligence agencies providing protection to child sex-trafficking rings.
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Jeffrey Epstein’s death — in what prison authorities say was a suicide — only deepens the many mysteries surrounding his case.
The federal courthouse in Tucson, Arizona, has always been a place where the borderlands and the American justice system collide. Described by its engineers as “a gateway to the desert Read More…
While we all live under extensive surveillance, for government employees and contractors — especially those with a security clearance — privacy is virtually nonexistent.
The freshman Senator and former Attorney General from California has shown herself to be opportunistic and politically calculating, easily adopting whatever focus group-driven stance or policy will help her reach her career ambitions,
Eleven years after letting Jeffrey Epstein off lightly with a secret deal, federal prosecutors made another run at putting the billionaire financier behind bars on sex charges, accusing him Monday of abusing dozens of underage girls as young as 14.
The recent crackdown on journalists in Nepal is bad enough, but now the authorities have gone one step further and jailed a comedian for posting a satirical critical review of a film on YouTube.
A new report by The Intercept reveals that the judge who helped jail former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio “Lula” da Silva likely aided federal prosecutors in their corruption case in an attempt to prevent Lula’s Workers’ Party from winning the 2018 presidential election.
Decision on Assange’s fate will not come for at least another eight months.