On Monday a British judge ruled that Julian Assange should not be extradited to the United States on charges of espionage and computer hacking. Yet despite that verdict the judgment represented a blow to freedom of the press - with the judge accepting the substance of the case made by the US state department. Yanis Varoufakis was invited by Novara Media's Aaron Bastani to speak about the meaning of the outcome and what's next for the founder of Wikileaks. _________________________________________________________ Subscribe to Novara Media on YouTube ⇛ http://novara.media/youtube Support their work ⇛ https://novaramedia.com/support SUPPORT US --------------------- Join DiEM25: https://diem25.org/join Donate to DiEM25: https://diem25.org/donate
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