04.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Lewis Hewertson (Letters, July 4), I won't be raising my hand as I don't believe JulianAssange should seek to avoid a court because he is Australian or infamous. I don't see how that is relevant though as he is not seeking to avoid a court. He has not
04.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - ... released from more than three weeks captivity in Libya on spying allegations. How do the government's efforts to help her compare with other Australians who have found themselves in legal trouble overseas, such as Wikileaks founder JulianAssange?
02.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - WikiLeaks stretch. Hands up all those who actually believe the Americans when they say, hands on heart, that they have absolutely no interest in applying for the extradition of JulianAssange from Sweden to the United States? Kevin O'Rourke Goonellabah
02.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - In WikiLeaks: Inside JulianAssange's War on Secrecy, the journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding quoted the WikiLeaks founder as making the following comment about pro-American Afghans who might be identified as a result of WikiLeaks's information
02.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - FOREIGN Minister Bob Carr is confident the US will not seek to extradite JulianAssange, but his department has delayed and blocked the release of documents that would show what the government knows about the US espionage investigation into the
01.07.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Despite a police order to leave, a spokeswoman for WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange says he will remain at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Autoplay OnOff; Video feedback; Video settings. THE head of the US Senate's powerful intelligence oversight
27.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - One dead, 130 rescued in ocean drama · Politics wrap: June 27, 2012 · Asylum seeker debate turns nasty · Should we do more to protect JulianAssange? Need for mature asylum policy, not political point scoring · Most viewed articles on The Sydney
27.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Top 5 National Times articles. One dead, 125 rescued in ocean drama · Politics wrap: June 27, 2012 · Should we do more to protect JulianAssange? Asylum seeker debate turns nasty · Law and PR in the spin dryer · Most viewed articles on The Sydney
28.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald (blog)] - These days, I think it is safe to say: "Data makes the world go 'round." Commenter: jaseologist; Location: Date and time: June 29, 2012, 2:16PM. So, how did that work out for JulianAssange? Commenter: Kosh; Location: Melbourne; Date and time: June 29
26.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - ... special investigation into Job Services Australia rorts? No, that was Fairfax. And do independent bloggers win swags of Walkley & Golden Quill awards for excellence in journalism? Only once, if you count the Walkley awarded to JulianAssange last year.
27.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Ambassador to Ecuador Raul Gangotena says his country won't bow to the demands of other nations when deciding JulianAssange's application for asylum. Autoplay OnOff; Video feedback; Video settings. SUPPORTERS of Julia Gillard are growing nervous
29.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange has refused to comply with a police request to surrender himself to officers, saying he will remain inside the Embassy of Ecuador while his application for political asylum is processed. The 40-year-old Australian has
24.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Note to JulianAssange: if the Ecuadoreans are getting cold feet about granting you asylum, hot-foot it over to the Venezuelan embassy (''Newsmaker Ecuador'', June 23-24). It will be a cold day in Caracas before Hugo Chavez hands you over to the US.
24.06.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: AFP. JULIANAssange hopes his bid for political asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London will elicit diplomatic guarantees that he will not be prosecuted by the United States on espionage and conspiracy charges. However, Foreign Minister Bob