Assange verdict live stream (audio only) – Ep 90

On January 4th, we hosted a live stream to discuss the verdict of Julian Assange’s extradition hearing (he’s not being extradited for the time being) and the ramifications of the decision, both to Julian and to freedom of speech as a whole.  Steve Poikonen, host of Slow News Day and co-host of the Free Assange online vigil series, along with a few of Steve’s pals, joins us to discuss the verdict and the potential impact to American journalism.

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