Boris Johnson writes on ‘How submissive UK is to Uncle Sam’ (2006)

On the 3rd July 2006. Boris Johnson writes EXTRADITION OF DAVID BERMINGHAM AND THE NATWEST THREE Are we just a poodle? No, a super-poodle Yes, but why? Why are we so pathetic? Britain is so grovellingly submissive to America as to make lapdogs look positively butch and poodles like keen independent spirits. We are all, … Continue reading “Boris Johnson writes on ‘How submissive UK is to Uncle Sam’ (2006)”

Lawyers of Assange: Open Letter to the UK Government Gathers Signatures

Lawyers for Assange have written a 6 page open letter to the British government condemning the myriad of serious illegalities involved in the prosecution and potential extradition of Julian Assange. It has been signed by over 400 lawyers associations, individual lawyers and legal academics and eminent politicians, including:  40 Professors, including Professors of Criminal Law, … Continue reading “Lawyers of Assange: Open Letter to the UK Government Gathers Signatures”

Assange Motion passes with cross-party support

On the 9th November 2020, Senator Which-Wilson tweeted Also see related article on the Senator Surfer’s web site The motion reads: Senator WHISH-WILSON: I move the motion as amended: That the Senate—(a) notes that Julian Assange: (i) is an Australian citizen, (ii) is a father, son and partner, and (iii) won the Walkley Award for … Continue reading “Assange Motion passes with cross-party support”

Ministry of Justice FOI on September Court Hearings Response

On the 30th October 2020, the Disclosure Team of the UK Ministry of Justice replied 4/ The total number of journalists refused accreditation by District Judge Baraitser (or, if by another officeholder, please provide name and office) to follow the hearing (virtually or physically), as well as their names, names of their media organisations and … Continue reading “Ministry of Justice FOI on September Court Hearings Response”

Julian Assange’s Father Solicits Support in Berlin

On the 8th October 2020, Christine Dankbar reports (Google translation from original German) John Shipton has supported his son for years. He visited the Bundestag for this on Thursday. The hearing about the fate of his son Julian Assange is over, now it is time for John Shipton to travel again. He has been in Berlin since … Continue reading “Julian Assange’s Father Solicits Support in Berlin”

Gabbard gains GOP supporters for her push for U.S. to drop charges against Assange, Snowden

On he 3rd October 2020, Andrew Blake reports Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii Democrat, has gained support from Republican colleagues in calling for the U.S. government to abandon its criminal cases against Julian Assange and Edward J. Snowden. Along with Rep. Thomas Massie, Kentucky Republican, she introduced a resolution Friday urging the U.S. to drop all charges and efforts … Continue reading “Gabbard gains GOP supporters for her push for U.S. to drop charges against Assange, Snowden”

The Belmarsh Tribunal

On the 2nd October 2020, the Progressive International posted this discussion on the formation of the Belmarsh Tribunal The Belmarsh Tribunal will investigate and evaluate US war crimes in the 21st century — and defend Julian Assange’s right to reveal them. It is time for progressives of the world to unite. Show your support. https://progressive.international/sup… … Continue reading “The Belmarsh Tribunal”

The Guardian’s deceit-riddled new statement betrays both Julian Assange and journalism

On the 26th September 2020, Jonathan Cook writes, In my recent post on the current hearings at the Old Bailey over Julian Assange’s extradition to the United States, where he would almost certainly be locked away for the rest of his life for the crime of doing journalism, I made two main criticisms of the Guardian. A … Continue reading “The Guardian’s deceit-riddled new statement betrays both Julian Assange and journalism”

A few Letters Regarding the Media Blackout of Assange Journalists

This article is a collection of letters to various players in the apparent media black Out of the September Assange Hearings On Court Access Date: 24 September 20202From: Niki KonstantinidisTo: King, Laura <Laura.King1@Justice.gov.uk> Dear Ms King, In one of your earlier emails to me, you gave me certain assurances as to open justice and stated that ‘[t]he … Continue reading “A few Letters Regarding the Media Blackout of Assange Journalists”