The Role of the BBC in the State-Sponsored Sersecution of Julian Assange. Part 1

On the 28th September 2021, Nina Cross reported in The Indicter This is the first of two articles analysing the role of the BBC in the state-sponsored persecution of Julian Assange.  It analyses how the British government used the BBC to present Assange as a criminal following his arrest on 11th April 2019.  It then … Continue reading “The Role of the BBC in the State-Sponsored Sersecution of Julian Assange. Part 1”

Britain’s Guardian publishes 78 articles on Nalvany to 16 on Assange

Editors Note: Interest in recent articles analysing the press coverage of Nalvany who it appears is a white supremacist with significant Western government backing and is in jail convicted for embezzlement. Also raises concern for Julian Assange who is self funded and is in jail on remand for exposing war crimes that have yet to … Continue reading “Britain’s Guardian publishes 78 articles on Nalvany to 16 on Assange”

For years, journalists cheered Assange’s abuse. Now they’ve paved his path to a US gulag

On the 2nd September 2020, Jonathan Cook reports Court hearings in Britain over the US administration’s extradition case against Julian Assange begin in earnest next week. The decade-long saga that brought us to this point should appall anyone who cares about our increasingly fragile freedoms. A journalist and publisher has been deprived of his liberty … Continue reading “For years, journalists cheered Assange’s abuse. Now they’ve paved his path to a US gulag”

UN Reporting on Torture of Assange Banned from Corporate Media

On the 26th June 2020, marking International Day in Support of Torture Victims, Ray McGovern writes Nils Melzer, UN Rapporteur on Torture, belatedly learned that Julian Assange was being tortured.  Meltzer came to realize that he had been misled by the “news” about Assange in the Establishment media, so he did his own investigation. With … Continue reading “UN Reporting on Torture of Assange Banned from Corporate Media”