Would Julian Assange’s extradition threaten push freedoms all over the world? | Julian Assange

Whistleblower law firm on Assange extradition: ‘It would influence publishers, journalists, bloggers, everyone – me and you.’

As the globe commemorates Push Freedom Working day, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange continues to be detained in a large-stability jail in the United Kingdom even though the United States fights for his extradition.

Assange faces 17 Espionage Act fees and a charge of conspiracy to dedicate personal computer intrusion for publishing about 400,000 classified US armed service documents exposing likely US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan.

So what would Assange’s prosecution imply for push liberty?

This 7 days on UpFront, Marc Lamont Hill talks to attorney and director of the Whistleblower and Source Protection Program at ExposeFacts, Jesselyn Radack.

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