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Freedom of hypocrisy? Greg Barns, Lawyer & adviser to the Australian Assange campaign

After almost a decade in confinement, Julian Assange is a shadow of the man he used to be. Fighting against extradition requests to the United States took a toll on his physical and mental health, while also compromising WikiLeaks’ ability to continue its operations. With the latest ruling by a British court to hand him over to Washington, what’s in store for one of the world’s most recognized whistleblowers? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Greg Barns, an Australian lawyer and an adviser to the Australian Assange campaign.