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ASSANGE / In this interview with journalist John Pilger, he discusses the trial of Julian Asange, as well as the freedom to hold authorities accountable, the freedom to challenge, to point out hypocrisy and to protest.

- You have followed the trial against Julian Assange closely, John Pilger. Can you describe the atmosphere in the courtroom?

- The atmosphere in the hall has been shocking. I say that without reservation. I have witnessed many trials, but have seldom experienced such corruption in the legal security of the accused. I call it pure bullying. Leaving aside the purely ritualistic aspects of the British judiciary, the trial is at times reminiscent of a Stalinist quasi-trial. . .

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