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Destroying press freedom, Prop 22 fallout for workers in CA, insurrection in the Capitol

The British court decided not to extradite Julian Assange because of how terrible to the US prison system is. However, he won’t be released from jail on bail either. Lee Camp covers Assange’s dilemma in the first episode of Redacted Tonight this year. The judge’s decision not to extradite Assange still opened a precedent for the courts to censor journalists. Camp also covers Congress passing a defense bill that fails to address people’s needs in a pandemic, California businesses reaping the benefits from Prop 22, and more. Natalie McGill and Camp get deeper into the details of the insurrection at the Capitol. The world-shaking incident contrasts with the way US law enforcement cracked down on Black Lives Matter protests over the summer.

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