In his own words: Assange witness explains fabrications

On the 7th September Icelandic newspaper Stundin publishes an interview with Sigurdur Ingi (Siggi) Thordarson by Bjartmar Oddur Þeyr Alexandersson and Gunnar Hrafn Jansson A maj­or wit­n­ess in the United States’ Depart­ment of Justice ca­se against Ju­li­an Assange casts ser­i­ous dou­bt on statements found in the indict­ment against the Wiki­leaks found­er. As Stundin previously reported, a key witness … Continue reading “In his own words: Assange witness explains fabrications”

Jailing of Assange: the End of Press Freedom

Online discussion live streamed 5th September 2021 Journalist Support Committee (JSC) Cordially invite you to join our online discussion in solidarity with unlawfully imprisoned Journalist Julian Assange titled: Jailing of Assange: the End of Press Freedom 🗣 keynote Speakers: 👤DR DEEPA DRIVER Trade Unionists, Academic 👤 NIKI KONSTANTINIDOU Barrister and Solicitor 👤 RICHARD LAHUIS Photojournalist 👤 TAYLOR HUDAK Journalist 👤 DANIEL O’BRIEN Moderator ⏰ Sunday … Continue reading “Jailing of Assange: the End of Press Freedom”

Gabriel Shipton talks to Daniel Hale on behalf of Julian Assange

On the 27th July 2021, Gabriel Shipton talked to Daniel Hale who had just been sentenced to 45 months (under a plea bargain) under the Espionage Act for release information about undisclosed level of civilian casualties inflicted by the US killer drone strikes. Also thoughts for Edward Snowden The Esponiage Act excludes consideration of motive. … Continue reading “Gabriel Shipton talks to Daniel Hale on behalf of Julian Assange”

Julian Assange’s Ecuadorian Citizenship Revoked: July 2021

On the 28th July 2021, Associated Press in Quito reported Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who remains in a British prison. Assange received Ecuadorian citizenship in January 2018 as part of a failed attempt by the government of then-President Lenín Moreno to turn him into a diplomat and get him out … Continue reading “Julian Assange’s Ecuadorian Citizenship Revoked: July 2021”

Lee Camp: 18 Ways Julian Assange Changed the World

On the 3rd June 2019, RT News published this oped by Lee Camp WikiLeaks revealed US war crimes, government corruption, and corporate media’s servile flattery to the power elite. If you’re a member of our ruling class, you would view those as textbook examples of treachery… In an evolved and fully realized society, the oligarchy … Continue reading “Lee Camp: 18 Ways Julian Assange Changed the World”

Amnesty International: Julian Assange’s “Arbitrary” Detention Must End. Release Him Now.

On the 20th July 2021, Amy Goodman interviews Stella Moris and Agnès Callamard ( Secretary General of Amnesty International) on Democracy Now AMY GOODMAN: I wanted to bring Dr. Callamard back into the conversation, new secretary general of Amnesty International. I last saw you moderating event at Columbia University around the issue of Julian Assange. And I … Continue reading “Amnesty International: Julian Assange’s “Arbitrary” Detention Must End. Release Him Now.”

Gordon Kromberg: The Controversial Prosecutor at the Heart of the Julian Assange Case

On the 17th July 2021, Murtaza Hussain reports in The Intercept Gordon Kromberg has been dogged by allegations of bias and politicized prosecutions. Now he could shape the future of journalism. THE BATTLE TO extradite WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States is shaping up to be a legal case of … Continue reading “Gordon Kromberg: The Controversial Prosecutor at the Heart of the Julian Assange Case”

Germany: Assange supporters ask for Merkel’s help

On the 12th July 2021, Zeit Online reports (Google Translation) Berlin (dpa) – Around 120 politicians, artists and journalists have appealed to Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) to campaign for the release of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange during her visit by US President Joe Biden this week . “We sincerely ask you to help build bridges in the Julian … Continue reading “Germany: Assange supporters ask for Merkel’s help”

Icelandic MPs Urge the US Government to Drop the Charges Against Assange

On the 9th July 2020, Bára Huld Beck reports on the Icelandic web site Kjarninn ( The Core). Google translated A group of Icelandic MPs from five parties have gathered and submitted a statement to the US Embassy in Iceland urging the US government to drop the charges against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. A cross-party … Continue reading “Icelandic MPs Urge the US Government to Drop the Charges Against Assange”

As You Celebrate Your Freedom, Remember Julian Assange

On the 5th July 2021, Nil Melzer writes in Newsweek Today the United States mark “Independence Day”, a historical turning point in the becoming of a great nation. On this day, the world celebrates great truths enshrined in the 1776 Declaration, which epitomize the very concept of modern democracy: “that all men are created equal, … Continue reading “As You Celebrate Your Freedom, Remember Julian Assange”