Julian Assange Spending Second Birthday at Belmarsh Brings ‘Shame’ Onto the UK, Supporters Say

On the 3rd July 2020 Mohamed Elmaazi writes as the world celebrates Julian’s birthday The WikiLeaks publisher is wanted in the United States for his role in publishing classified US documents which revealed war crimes perpetrated by US-led forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Julian Assange’s supporters from around the world are posting … Continue reading “Julian Assange Spending Second Birthday at Belmarsh Brings ‘Shame’ Onto the UK, Supporters Say”

British army sent unqualified investigators to Iraq where troops ‘got away with murder’, veterans say

On 23rd June 2020, Michael Selby-Green reports Editor’s Note: The Assange case is about prosecuting the publisher for exposing war crimes that have not been prosecuted. This article explains how a Government creates a system to frustrate the rule of law The British army’s choice of unqualified junior officers to lead its police investigations unit … Continue reading “British army sent unqualified investigators to Iraq where troops ‘got away with murder’, veterans say”

60 Minutes Australia: Julian Assange’s hidden family revealed

On 21st June 2020, 60 minutes posted this video as screened on 9 News Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has made his name – and plenty of enemies – by publishing military and other highly sensitive secrets of multiple governments around the world. As a consequence, he now calls a maximum-security jail in England home while … Continue reading “60 Minutes Australia: Julian Assange’s hidden family revealed”

The Assange Case & Collateral Murder

On the 21st June 2020 Consortium News posted this special broadcast on Youtube Wikileaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnnson & Julian Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson respond to two Guardian articles this week that delivered significant context to Wikileaks‘ 2010 “Collateral Murder” video release: In this video by Don’t Extradite Assange, Hrafnnson and Robinson are joined by former … Continue reading “The Assange Case & Collateral Murder”

‘All lies’: how the US military covered up gunning down two journalists in Iraq

On 16th June 2020 Paul Daley reports Former Reuters journalist Dean Yates was in charge of the bureau in Baghdad when his Iraqi colleagues Namir Noor-Eldeen and Saeed Chmagh were killed. A WikiLeaks video called Collateral Murder later revealed details of their death For all the countless words from the United States military about its … Continue reading “‘All lies’: how the US military covered up gunning down two journalists in Iraq”

An Article In “Paris-Match” About Assange, Father And Son

On the 6th January 2020, Jean-Paul Radet posted in French with the following English translation A NICE ARTICLE IN “PARIS-MATCH” ABOUT ASSANGE, FATHER AND SON ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN N°3690 FROM JANUARY 23RD TO 29TH, 2020 FOR JOHN, HIS FATHER, PEOPLE WHO ACCUSE ASSANGE OF ENDANGERING LIVES SWIM UP TO THEIR NECKS IN A RIVER OF … Continue reading “An Article In “Paris-Match” About Assange, Father And Son”

Radio Free Assange

Radio Free Assange is a 24/7 radio program dedicated to ending the political persecution of Julian Assange.  Radio Free Assange is an algorithmically curated collage of sound bits found online: songs and remixes, podcasts, documentaries, speeches, protests, interviews… It bursts with surprising soundscapes, spanning from joy to anger, in defense of uncompromising journalistic activities worldwide. Radio Free … Continue reading “Radio Free Assange”

A petition regarding atrocious acts committed on behalf of official Sweden

On the 27th May 2020, The Australian Assange Campaign received an email requests assistance promoting a petition to the Swedish Government Dear administrator of the JA Australian web campaign, In Scandinavia we have focused on UN rapporteur Melzer’s work indisclosing the atrocious acts committed on behalf of official Sweden. Weare therefore bringing together international voices … Continue reading “A petition regarding atrocious acts committed on behalf of official Sweden”

Mads Andenas -They have a duty to defend Julian Assange’s rights against arbitrary detention

On the 11th May 2020, Mads Andenas, former UN special rapporteur on arbitrary detention and the chair of UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, reports “They have a duty to maintain, to defend (Assange‘s) rights against arbitrary detention, against torture and a duty to set the bar particularly high in this individual case because Freedom … Continue reading “Mads Andenas -They have a duty to defend Julian Assange’s rights against arbitrary detention”