Episode 1: Season 5 Debut – John Pilger

In the debut program of Season 5 of Assange Countdown To Freedom, legendary filmmaker, author and war correspondent, John Pilger provides insight on the future and fate of the Assange prosecution under a Joe Biden administration. Mr. Pilger also reminds us of the profound and unparalleled importance of the trailblazing WikiLeaks founder’s contribution to the …

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Episode 43: Season Finale – Stefania Maurizi

Award winning veteran investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi (Il Fatto) discusses  her 12 year relationship as a media partner with Wikileaks, her 5 year legal battle with British  prosecutors over FOIA requests , her personal experience of being a target of the UC Global spying operation, the significance of cable-gate, the war logs, Vault 7 and …

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Episode 40: John Pilger – the “Show Trial” of Julian Assange

Legendary filmmaker, author, and war correspondent John Pilger on the history of the US’ unrelenting and vindictive campaign against the journalism of Julian Assange for his revelations of the government’s criminal activities. He also exposes the complicity of British prosecutors.not circling its wagons in defense of the internationally acclaimed Wikileaks founder and editor. Source

Episode 39: Aaron Maté on Senate Intel Report, Julian Assange and Election 2020

Journalist Aaron Maté, a leading critic of the 4-year Russiagate affair, dissects the Senate Intel committee’s final report on its inquiry into the subject. Maté is especially critical of what he calls, the “farcical” conclusion that Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi—not only had advance knowledge of the explosive Wikileaks publication of the Podesta emails—but directed …

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Episode 37: Investigative journalist Ben Norton

On location from Nicaragua,  Grayzone News’ investigative journalist, Ben Norton offers his perspective on the current state of affairs in Nicaragua 41 years after the historic 1979 Sandinista revolution. Norton, who has traveled and reported extensively  from throughout Central and South America, excoriates US reactionary policy towards Cuba, Venezuala and Bolivia. He also describes the …

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Episode 36: In depth Interview with veteran war correspondent and historian Stephen Kinzer

Stephen Kinzer, award winning veteran NYT war correspondent, historian and best selling author excoriates the US government’s persecution of journalist Julian Assange and laments the MSM abandoning of the Wikileaks founder and editor. He warns that if Assange is extradited and convicted it will have irreversible and treacherous consequences for the right of free speech …

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Episode 35: In depth with former Sandinista senior official Alejandro Bendaña

In this in depth interview with Alejandro Bendaña, is noted professor and historian and the foremost expert on the modern history of Nicaragua, he walks US through the political,  social, cultural and economic history of Nicaragua from the time of Christopher Columbus landing there in 1502 through its centuries of Spanish colonial rule and and …

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Episode 34: Investigative Journalist Greg Palast (part 1)

In this first of a 2 part series, with award winning author and investigative journalist Greg Palast, we discuss at length the extreme importance of all journalist to rigorously defend Assange against the ominous and unprecedented espionage act charges indictment facing the Wikileaks founder and editor. Palast scoffs at the notion that Assange 2016 DNC …

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