‘This is Not Normal’: Human Rights, Press Freedom Advocates Denied Remote Access to Assange Hearing 

The WikiLeaks founder, who exposed U.S. war crimes, faces up to 175 years in prison if the U.K. agrees to extradite Assange.

Source: ‘This is Not Normal’: Human Rights, Press Freedom Advocates Denied Remote Access to Assange Hearing | Common Dreams News

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