Extradition

7.22.19

Horrifying Footage Shows Masked Thugs Beating Pro-Democracy Protesters With Metal Rods In Hong Kong

Lawmakers are accusing their own government of colluding with the mob, whose attack put 45 protesters in the hospital on Sunday.

6.19.19

Why Hong Kong Won’t Back Down

One young father who quit his job to join the protest is among millions fighting to keep their autonomy from mainland China

6.12.19

The Protests in Hong Kong Have Turned Violent

Protesters shut down central Hong Kong for the second time in four days, and police responded with rubber bullets and tear gas.

5.23.19

The DOJ Just Charged Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act

“Assange was knowingly receiving such classified records from [Chelsea] Manning for the purpose of publicly disclosing them on the WikiLeaks website,” the indictment reads.

5.14.19

Sweden vs. U.S.: Who'll Get Their Hands on Julian Assange First?

The extradition battle is heating up.

5.13.19

Chelsea Manning Warns That Trump Will Go After Journalists With “Indictments and Charges”

"Whenever a journalist makes a misstep, I think that they are put on notice now."

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5.10.19

Chelsea Manning Probably Won't Be Out of Jail for Long

Before she was even released from jail Thursday, Manning was hit with another subpoena for the exact same reason.

5.4.19

Does Julian Assange Have a Roommate in Jail? A VICE News Investigation

The U.K. Ministry of Justice is highly secretive about where inmates live within prisons like Belmarsh, where Julian Assange will serve a 50-week sentence.

2.25.19

More Canadians Are Facing Jail in the US for Dealing Fentanyl on the Dark Web

A Calgary man faces at least ten years in prison for shipping fentanyl and other drugs across the border disguised as kids’ toys and Pez-like candy.

1.23.19

Huawei Exec Has Strong Case Against Extradition Thanks to Trump, Diplomat Says

Canada’s ambassador to China John McCallum says Meng Wanzhou can use Donald Trump’s political involvement in her case to fight extradition, along with two other legal arguments.

1.14.19

China sentences Canadian man to death for drug smuggling

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of "arbitrarily" applying the death penalty amid an escalating rift over the arrest of a Huawei executive.

12.6.18

Arresting Huawei’s “heiress” isn't going to help trade negotiations with China

She “is sought for extradition by the United States."

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