Craig Murray: Media Freedom? Show me the MSM Journalist Opposing the Torture of Assange

On 7th September 2020 Craig Murray posted Today, the corporate media that cried “Media freedom” when Extinction Rebellion blocked the billionaire owned propaganda presses, is silent as Julian Assange’s Calvary for bringing real truth unfiltered to the public moves on to its next station; the macabre Gothic architecture of the Old Bailey. The Tories appeared … Continue reading “Craig Murray: Media Freedom? Show me the MSM Journalist Opposing the Torture of Assange”

Julian Assange receives first visitors in six months: “He is in a lot of pain”

On the 28th August 2020, Oscar Grenfell  reports ulian Assange received his first visitors in six months, less than a fortnight out from British court hearings for the extradition of the persecuted WikiLeaks publisher to the US, where he faces life imprisonment for exposing American war crimes. Stella Morris, Assange’s partner and an internationally-respected human … Continue reading “Julian Assange receives first visitors in six months: “He is in a lot of pain””

Ken Loach calls out Sir Keir Starmer, what was his dealings in the Julian Assange case

On the 29th August 2020, The Labour Heartlands reports Everyone knows the real story everybody can see it, we can’t believe anybody is hoodwinked. it’s not espionage this is journalism! Ken Loach spoke out today after a screening of a new film highlighting Julian Assange’s political incarceration titled ‘The War on Journalism: The Case of … Continue reading “Ken Loach calls out Sir Keir Starmer, what was his dealings in the Julian Assange case”

Torturing Assange: An Interview with Andrew Fowler

On 26 August 2020, John Kendall Hawkins interviews Andrew Fowler Andrew Fowler is an Australian award-winning investigative journalist and a former reporter for the ABC’s Foreign Correspondent and Four Corners programs. and the author of The Most Dangerous Man in the World: Julian Assange and WikiLeaks’ Fight for Freedom. This is an updated edition of his … Continue reading “Torturing Assange: An Interview with Andrew Fowler”

UK government refuses to release information about Assange judge who has 96% extradition record

On the 31st July, 2020, Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis write The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Justice is blocking the release of basic information about the judge who is to rule on Julian Assange’s extradition to the US in what appears to be an irregular application of the Freedom of Information Act, it can be … Continue reading “UK government refuses to release information about Assange judge who has 96% extradition record”

Understanding the Arbitrary Nature of the British Judiciary’s Treatment of Assange

On the, 17th July 2020, Nina Cross sent this as yet unpublished article to the editors of this site. There seem to be two notable tendencies of the British extradition courts. One is their protective nature towards oligarchs seeking asylum from Russia; the other is the extent they go to enable the extradition of Julian … Continue reading “Understanding the Arbitrary Nature of the British Judiciary’s Treatment of Assange”

Stuttgart Peace Prize goes to Assange

On the 21st July 2020, the Stuttgarter Zeitung digital newspaper posted (Google translation) Association ‘The Founders’ The association “Die Anstifter” awards the Stuttgart Peace Prize 2020 to the imprisoned Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. It is endowed with 5000 euros. Stuttgart – The Stuttgart Peace Prize 2020 of the association “Die Anstifter” goes to the imprisoned Wikileaks founder Julian Assange . The Australian-born has been … Continue reading “Stuttgart Peace Prize goes to Assange”