Film: Ithaka, John Shipton and Stella Moris battle to secure justice for Julian

On the 16th July 2021, Gabriel Shipton announced the launch of the film ‘Ithaka’ following John Shipton and Stella Moris’ battle to secure justice for their son and partner, Julian Assange. Note: the call for donations to complete the effort at Documentary Australia Foundation We worked on this for 2 years and are almost able … Continue reading “Film: Ithaka, John Shipton and Stella Moris battle to secure justice for Julian”

Assange in Belmarsh – An Illusion of Care

On the 21 May 2021, Nina Cross reported in The Indicter This article is concerned with the way Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, was isolated inside the healthcare unit of category A Belmarsh prison over a period of months following his imprisonment in April 2019. Assange was admitted into the unit in April, readmitted at the … Continue reading “Assange in Belmarsh – An Illusion of Care”

Which Security Companies Have Transferred Assange to Court?

On the 20th April 2021, Nina Cross reported in The Indicter on the disparity of security arrangements surrounding Julian Assange Information about Assange’s escort arrangements to and from category A Belmarsh prison for many of his court hearings over the last two years raises some questions.  An FOI response from Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation … Continue reading “Which Security Companies Have Transferred Assange to Court?”

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”

Doctors speak out

On the 6th June 2020, Don’t Extradite Assange Campaign posted this video on YouTube Dr. Lissa Johnson – Psychologist Dr. Derek Summerfield – Senior Lecturer at London’s Institute of Psychiatry Dr. Bob Gill – NHS Dotor

Bobby Sands died in jail 39 years ago. Julian Assange is his modern equivalent and will one day also be hailed as a martyr

On the 6th May 2020 Chris Sweeney wrote this article The British government allowed IRA hunger-striker Bobby Sands to starve to death in 1981. It is showing the same lack of judgment today on what is right and wrong, by callously letting another political detainee die needlessly. Insanity is often defined as doing the same … Continue reading “Bobby Sands died in jail 39 years ago. Julian Assange is his modern equivalent and will one day also be hailed as a martyr”

The Julian Assange Show Trial, And The Not-So-Subtle Art Of Normalising Torture

On the 12th March Dr Lissa Johnson writes Australian journalist Julian Assange remains locked up in a UK prison facing no British charges, having endured years of arbitrary detention and psychological torture. His extradition hearing to the United States is more of the same, writes psychologist Dr Lissa Johnson. During Senate Estimates Hearings in the Australian Federal … Continue reading “The Julian Assange Show Trial, And The Not-So-Subtle Art Of Normalising Torture”

The Character Assassination of Julian Assange

On 16th June 2019, posted to Catherine Brown’s blog Two events entitled ‘Imperialism on Trial – Free Julian Assange’ were held at the Crypt on the Green and St James’s Church, Clerkenwell, London, on Tuesday June 11th, and Wednesday June 12th, 2019, 7-10 pm, organised by Greg Sharkey. Summary of Proceedings with presentations by: Chris … Continue reading “The Character Assassination of Julian Assange”