‘This is slow-motion execution for Assange’: Afshin Rattansi to RT

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RT published this video item, entitled “‘This is slow-motion execution for Assange’: Afshin Rattansi to RT” – below is their description.

The WikiLeaks co-founder has won the right to his extradition to the US reviewed in the UK Supreme Court. RT spoke to Afshin Rattansi, the host of the media’s ‘Going Underground’; he shared his views about the Assange saga.

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