“Julian has not been able to see his lawyers for seventeen weeks. The computer supplied to him after over a year of asking has its keys glued down and the typing function is disabled.” Popular Resistance July 27, 2020 Julian Assange’s Next Hearing On Monday, July 27 By Don’t Extradite Assange. WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson […] […]
10th Anniversary of the Afghan War Diary – The War Criminals Walk Free By Maxine Walker It is now the 10th anniversary of Wikileaks’ publication of the Afghan War Diary. On 25 July 2010 WikiLeaks released 75,000 (of 91,000) secret … Continue reading →
14 July 2020 Official launch of a film about the state torture of Assange written, produced and directed byJohn Furse “Not In Our Name”, followed by a discussion. [Tweet] [Register] 6pm London Event: [YouTube] Speakers: @rebecca_vincent (Moderator) @NilsMelzer (Special … Continue reading →
Hundreds of letters are being sent to the Home Office in support of Julian Assange. Keep writing them, keep posting them and share their replies so all of us get the latest government position on the matter and further letters … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Patriots for Truth: Sometimes it takes a while for articles of interest to percolate up to the surface of independent media. Notice the timing of these articles below and decide for yourself if the headline could be true. March 20, 2018 SCL – a Very British Coup Two days later, we have…
Correcting the record in the Julian Assange case is essential part of our solidarity work in support of the WikiLeaks founder and in these Corvid-19 days of social distancing hampering our street actions, provides an effective alternative of action with … Continue reading →
Isle of Wight CLP at the all members meeting held on the 25th February 2020. MOTION: A motion from the Ryde Branch calling for the immediate release of Julian Assange from Belmarsh prison and calling on the UK Government to … Continue reading →
In 2015 I was wrongfully convicted of, and imprisoned for, violating the U.S. Espionage Act. Now, while there is no question that I stand in solidarity with WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in a British court as he fights extradition, little did I know that my presence is also there as fodder to support extradition. If I am going to be used in such a way, there should at least be a modicum of truth to my inclusion. I found nothing reasonable about being persecuted and sentenced to prison under the Espionage Act.
From Israel Shamir at unz.com: Julian Assange’s extradition hearing has had very little media coverage. Even The Guardian and The New York Times barely mentioned it, though these newspapers made a fortune publishing Assange-provided cables. Unless you had been looking for it, you wouldn’t even know that on February 24 to 27, the first stage of Assange’s extradition hearing […]
Doctors 4 Assange, who are the many doctors who sent a letter to the Home Secretary in Great Britain, tweeted a concerning statement today. According to them, Craig Murray’s reporting on the trial of Assange only escalated his mistreatment rather than helping to aid Assange.