Labor Urged to Act to Prevent Julian Assange Extradition

On the 26th May Amy Fallon writes in The Saturday Paper The legal case against Julian Assange is a game of luck and whim. Any day now, the British home secretary, Priti Patel, is expected to rubber stamp his extradition to the United States. What will happen to him there is uncertain. The Westminster Magistrates’ … Continue reading “Labor Urged to Act to Prevent Julian Assange Extradition”

Who Controls UK Home Secretary Priti Patel

On the 18th May 2022, Kit Klarenberg writes in The Grayzone: Leaked emails expose UK Home Secretary Priti Patel’s connection to MI6-style ‘research and influence operation’ A deeply anti-democratic MI6-linked cabal’s apparent influence on Priti Patel raises serious questions about her fitness to rule on Julian Assange’s extradition to the US. Cabal now managing MI6-inspired … Continue reading “Who Controls UK Home Secretary Priti Patel”

Amnesty International: US Assurances on Treatment of Assange Not Worth the Paper They are Written On

On the 28th October 2021, Amnesty International legal adviser Simon Crowther reports on Twitter Re-reported on RT News Amnesty International legal adviser Simon Crowther has slammed the US government’s assurances it would not keep WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in solitary confinement, saying they’re “not worth the paper they’re written on.” During the second day of … Continue reading “Amnesty International: US Assurances on Treatment of Assange Not Worth the Paper They are Written On”

UK’S Former BREXIT Secretary Says Assange Judge ‘Got the Law Wrong’

On the 22 January 2021, Richard Norton-Taylor reports in Declassified UK David Davis has told Declassified UK that the British legal establishment is “blinkered” to the one-sidedness of the UK/US extradition treaty under which the prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being heard. Davis, a former chair of the Conservative Party who served as Brexit minister … Continue reading “UK’S Former BREXIT Secretary Says Assange Judge ‘Got the Law Wrong’”

US Diplomat wife Anne Sacoolas issued with Interpol red notice over fatal UK crash

On 12th May 2020, ABC/Reuters reports Interpol has reportedly issued a notice for the wife of a United States diplomat wanted in Britain over a fatal car crash, in a case that has caused friction between London and Washington. Harry Dunn, 19, died last year when his motorbike collided with a car driving on the wrong … Continue reading “US Diplomat wife Anne Sacoolas issued with Interpol red notice over fatal UK crash”

US-UK Extradition Treaty Double Standards

On the 4th May 2020, Taylor Hudak from acTVism Munich posted her latest update on the Julian Assange case, which includes an examination of the US-UK extradition treaty and a recap of the latest court hearing on Monday May 4th. To view more videos on Assange related topics: ► Assange’s fiancée speaks out: https://youtu.be/F19a8V2fsjU ► … Continue reading “US-UK Extradition Treaty Double Standards”

Harry Dunn crash: Family urge government to block Julian Assange extradition

On 23rd February BBC News reports The family of Harry Dunn has urged the government to refuse the extradition of Julian Assange until the US returns the suspect in his death back to the UK. Dunn family spokesman Radd Seiger accused the US of “hypocrisy” in seeking Assange’s extradition, despite rejecting the return of Anne … Continue reading “Harry Dunn crash: Family urge government to block Julian Assange extradition”

US Federal Cases Involving Unauthorized Disclosures to the News Media, 1778 to the Present

The Reporters Committee for Freedom Of The Press reviews Federal Cases Involving Unauthorized Disclosures to the News Media, 1778 to the Present Read Whole Freedom of Press Document. The section of Julian Assange is shown below Case: Julian Assange   Obama (case explored and dropped) Trump (case reopened and indictment pursued) Charges: On April 11, … Continue reading “US Federal Cases Involving Unauthorized Disclosures to the News Media, 1778 to the Present”