He’s still stuck in the embassy.
"Soon." The man is all about building anticipation.
The Justice Department doesn't want to have to go after the New York Times, too.
Skip The Fifth Estate, watch There Will Be Blood.
At a screening of The Fifth Estate.
"Our paths will be forever entwined."
They’re even calling it “the anti-WikiLeaks movie.”
He tweeted that he "can't wait" to write the defense of it.
Assange isn't buying it.
For the most part.
The Pentagon Papers lawyer reacts.
The WikiLeaks source was convicted on lesser charges.
Though he still can't leave the Ecuadorean Embassy.
He's allegedly keeping Snowden from his dad.
With his "grandstanding."
The WikiLeaks founder is inserting himself in the discussion.