Pardoning

Top UN Anti-Torture Official Urges Trump to Send Message of “Justice, Truth, and Humanity” by Pardoning Julian Assange

By Brett Wilkins Echoing calls from global grassroots campaigners, the top United Nations anti-torture official on Tuesday asked President Donald Trump to pardon jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is languishing in London’s notorious Belmarsh prison as he awaits his fate regarding possible extradition to the United States to stand trial for what critics say…

The Case For Pardoning Edward Snowden By President Trump: Greenwald

Authored by Glenn Greenwald via greenwald.substack.com, A U.S. appellate court in September unanimously ruled that the NSA’s program of mass domestic surveillance was illegal, as well as likely a violation of the Fourth Amendment’s guarantee against “unreasonable searches and seizures.” The court, and the broader public, knew about this illegal mass surveillance program created by…