Misconstrued Legal Arguments & Omitted Truths in the Media’s Coverage of Julian Assange

By: Monday September 3, 2012 1:21 am

For over two months now, commentators or pundits in the United Kingdom (and the US) have been virulently denouncing Assange’s decision to seek asylum, something legally available to any individual who thinks they are being persecuted. They have ridiculed him for engaging in an act that they see as just another “narcissistic exploit.” They have [...]

BART’s Protest Position Does Not Withstand Legal Scrutiny

By: Saturday August 20, 2011 3:30 pm

BART Protest (Civic Center Station, San Francisco, California: August 15, 2011) Image credit: The Examiner – Transit agency head defends cell service shutoff Guest post by Jay Leiderman of Leiderman Devine LLP [ @LeidermanDevine ]. Also available on Paste2. On Tuesday, 16 August 2011, BART [ @SFBART ] spokesperson Linton Johnson [ @BARTChiefSpokes ] held [...]

JOHN KIRIAKOU’S LETTERS FROM LORETTO
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