Guest: Mohamed Elmaazi. We talk about the Assange extradition hearings, what transpired in weeks 3 and 4 and what procedures lie ahead in this process. Mohamed has been providing continuous coverage of the extradition hearings both last year and this year from the press annex of the different court facilities or from nearby facilities via video link when in person coverage wasn’t possible.
Mohamed Elmaazi is a journalist with experience in human rights law, with degrees from American University in Cairo and SOAS. He writes for Sputnik News, he publishes The Interregnum blog and he has been a contributor to Open Democracy, The Canary, the Grayzone and The Real News Network.
Recorded on October 9, 2020. Music by Fluorescent Grey.
- Mohamed Elmaazi articles at Muckrack
- Assange’s Extradition Hearings End With Warnings That ‘Journalism is on Trial’ From WikiLeaks Chief, Mohamed Elmaazi
- Assange’s Lawyers ‘Priority Targets’ of US-Backed Espionage of Ecuadorian Embassy, Court Told, Mohamed Elmaazi
- I Had Convinced Myself That They Were Ok’ Ex-Prison Warden Tells Assange Hearing on Detainee Regime, Mohamed Elmaazi