Anthony Albanese throws his support behind releasing Julian Assange

On the 23rd February 2021, AAPT reports Anthony Albanese has thrown his support behind releasing Julian Assange from prison after 10 years without freedom. The Labor leader was asked at a caucus meeting in Canberra on Tuesday for his view on the ongoing detention of the Australian WikiLeaks founder. “Enough is enough,” he responded. “I … Continue reading “Anthony Albanese throws his support behind releasing Julian Assange”

Kellie Tranter’s Assange Chronology

Last Updated 6th January 2021, Lawyer and Human Rights Activist Kellie Tranter, collates a chronology Editor’s Note: Copied 17th February 2020 as a backup and to integrate with this sites text search 11.4.19 ‘He has remained on an ACCT, the care planning process for prisoners identified as being at risk of suicide or self-harm, since his … Continue reading “Kellie Tranter’s Assange Chronology”

Claire Daly: This is Not About Human Rights, This is a Geo-Political Agenda

On the 11th February 2020, Claire Daly, Irish MEP, addresses the European Parliament Nalvany is a vicious anti-immigration racist on maybe 4% of the population support rallying support of hundreds or thousands in cities with populations of millions. We would not be discussing if not raised in Russia. Meanwhile Julian Assange has been incarcerated for … Continue reading “Claire Daly: This is Not About Human Rights, This is a Geo-Political Agenda”

What happens to prisoners in a pandemic?

Updated 10th February 2021, HM Inspectorate of Prisons writes This thematic review explores the effects of the restrictions introduced in prisons during 2020 in response to COVID-19. Read the full report: What happens to prisoners in a pandemic? (PDF) (686 kB) We interviewed men, women and children living on standard residential units who had not been able … Continue reading “What happens to prisoners in a pandemic?”

Biden Administration Will Continue to Seek Assange Extradition

On the 9th February 2020 Mark Hosenball reports President Joe Biden’s administration plans to continue to seek to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States to face hacking conspiracy charges, the U.S. Justice Department said. Justice Department spokesman Marc Raimondi on Tuesday said the U.S. government will continue to … Continue reading “Biden Administration Will Continue to Seek Assange Extradition”

Press Freedom Coalition Calls on Biden’s Justice Department to Drop the Assange Prosecution

On the 8th February 2020, Parker Higgins posts on behalf of the following two dozen press freedom, civil liberties, and human rights groups in calling on the Biden Administration to drop the prosecution of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Access Now American Civil Liberties Union Amnesty International – USA Center for Constitutional Rights Committee to Protect … Continue reading “Press Freedom Coalition Calls on Biden’s Justice Department to Drop the Assange Prosecution”

Adjudicating Aberrance

In December 2020, Martin Kovan writes Adjudicating Aberranceon Assange and the Australian state The current Australian coalition government, the Labor opposition (notably under former Prime Minister Julia Gillard), and much of the intellectual, cultural and media commentariat has in recent years consistently, consciously and systematically betrayed, not merely an important Australian citizen, but also the … Continue reading “Adjudicating Aberrance”

Calls for Donald Trump to Pardon Julian Assange

A summary of activity calling for President Donald Trump to pardon Julian Assange during the last weeks of his presidency by Matthew Bretherton Background  From late December 2020 through to the inauguration of Joe Bidden on the 20th January there was a considerable social media effort seeking a pardons by Donald Trump for Julian Assange, … Continue reading “Calls for Donald Trump to Pardon Julian Assange”

How the Persecution of Julian Assange by the British Authorities has Relied Upon Complicity

On the 24th December 2020, Nina Cross continues research ‘how British Authorities maintained Julian in effective solitary confinement for several months while in the healthcare unit‘ This is the second article published in The Indicter that looks at how Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, journalist, publisher, nominee of the Nobel Peace prize and winner of … Continue reading “How the Persecution of Julian Assange by the British Authorities has Relied Upon Complicity”

How British authorities Circumvent the Treaty against Torture – Revelations from Assange’s Extradition Hearing

On the 10th December 2020, Nina Cross reports Nina Cross: Assange’s persecution has exposed the extremes to which our country’s public officials and authorities can be politically compromised. Our courts are demeaned, as are our public institutions.  They are supposed to be accountable to us but instead appear hijacked, no less than instruments of US … Continue reading “How British authorities Circumvent the Treaty against Torture – Revelations from Assange’s Extradition Hearing”