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Très intéressante interview de #JuanBranco par #LeMedia.
Il y traite de ce qu'il a vécu lorsqu'il côtoyait les dominants de France ainsi qu'il la décrit dans son livre (#Crépuscule, numéro un des ventes #Amazon depuis sa sortie, fin mars.), mais aussi de Macron, de la crise démocratique (et donc le combat des #GiletsJaunes) ainsi que de l'affaire #Assange, dont il fait partie du conseil Juridique.

Disponible sur #PeerTube !

https://tube.tr4sk.me/videos/watch/a0698ab7-993b-4cb6-89ca-6b27e7b40ea8
 
#Assange, l'homme traqué. Un petit documentaire sur Julian Assange, lanceur d'alerte et co-fondateur de #Wikileaks, plateforme permettant de diffuser les informations confidentielles et protéger les lanceurs d'alertes risquant leur vie pour les partager publiquement.

Sur #Arte.

https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/089631-000-A/assange-l-homme-traque/
 
50 weeks of jail for #Assange. 1 year for "skipping bail" in the UK, while being arbitrarily detained for 7 years.... That should leave time for the US to further their persecution and extradition attempts .

If we let him be extradited to the US, it's potentially any journalist, any activist, any troublemaker that could follow...

#FreeAssange #FreeChelsea #FreeOlaBini
 
Donc, c'est confirmé. Voici la preuve que les US veulent #Assange pour "obtention et dissémation d'informations confidentielles" (journalisme, quoi), dans le cadre de l'"Espionnage Act" de 1917 (pour lequel les sanctions vont jusqu'à la peine de mort...).

Même si vous n'aimez pas le type, s'il n'est pas parfait, si vous pensez qu'il a pu dire ou faire des conneries, il est tout de même moment de le soutenir.

https://netzpolitik.org/2019/wikileaks-the-us-is-indeed-investigating-assange-for-publishing-secret-information-doj-letter-suggests/

#FreeAssange #FreeChelsea #FreeOlaBini
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“The hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom”, or Russian Officials React to Julian Assange's Arrest

How Kremlin defends "the hero" ;)

Russian officials have spoken out on Britain’s arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on Thursday, expressing hopes that the whistleblower’s rights will be respected.

Assange has been accused of collaborating with the Russian government, most notably to release emails that Russian hackers stole during the 2016 U.S. presidential election via the Wikileaks whistleblowing platform. Assange ran the platform from within the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for seven years to avoid Swedish rape charges.

How Russia and WikiLeaks Became Allies Against the West

“We certainly hope that all of his rights will be respected," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by the state-run RIA Novosti news outlet.

Alexei Chepa, deputy chairman of the State Duma International Affairs Committee, also advocated for protecting Assange’s rights.

"We need to use all international opportunities to protect the person who tried to expose the truth and bring information to the public that some entities carefully concealed,” RIA quoted Chepa as saying.

“All countries and political organizations that are interested in the development of democracy should take part in deciding this man’s fate,” he added.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova condemned the arrest, writing “The hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom” on her Facebook page.
MORE: https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/04/11/russian-officials-react-to-julian-assanges-arrest-2-a65194

#Assange #wikileaks #hacker #news #UK #GB #USA #Sweden #Ecuador #Lodon #privacy #leak #activist #activism #Russia #Kremlin
 
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“The hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom”, or Russian Officials React to Julian Assange's Arrest

How Kremlin defends "the hero" ;)

Russian officials have spoken out on Britain’s arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on Thursday, expressing hopes that the whistleblower’s rights will be respected.

Assange has been accused of collaborating with the Russian government, most notably to release emails that Russian hackers stole during the 2016 U.S. presidential election via the Wikileaks whistleblowing platform. Assange ran the platform from within the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for seven years to avoid Swedish rape charges.

How Russia and WikiLeaks Became Allies Against the West

“We certainly hope that all of his rights will be respected," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by the state-run RIA Novosti news outlet.

Alexei Chepa, deputy chairman of the State Duma International Affairs Committee, also advocated for protecting Assange’s rights.

"We need to use all international opportunities to protect the person who tried to expose the truth and bring information to the public that some entities carefully concealed,” RIA quoted Chepa as saying.

“All countries and political organizations that are interested in the development of democracy should take part in deciding this man’s fate,” he added.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova condemned the arrest, writing “The hand of ‘democracy’ squeezes the throat of freedom” on her Facebook page.
MORE: https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/04/11/russian-officials-react-to-julian-assanges-arrest-2-a65194

#Assange #wikileaks #hacker #news #UK #GB #USA #Sweden #Ecuador #Lodon #privacy #leak #activist #activism #Russia #Kremlin
 
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