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by Genny Bove Courtroom illustrations by Clark Stoeckley of WikiLeaks Mobile Information Collection Unit Bradley Manning has been back in court at Fort Meade this week for another in the series of court martial pretrial hearings. This one was an … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, Bradley Manning, court, Court Martial, Fort Meade, Julian Assange, London, Shrewsbury, solidarity
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Before The image above shows the decorated barriers on 19 August when Julian Assange addressed supporters in public from the Ecuadorian Embassy. Yesterday Early yesterday evening, with less than 15 minutes warning, the police moved in to take away the … Continue reading
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Appeal by Avaaz: Don’t Shoot the Messenger See also French language version. Dear friends, The US and its allies are strangling WikiLeaks, setting a precedent that threatens all transparency activists. But a massive global outcry can persuade the UK and … Continue reading
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Around 60 people gathered on Saturday at 2pm at the US Embassy in London to show their support for Bradley Manning. The silent vigil organised by Veterans for Peace UK was followed by speeches. A supporter unveiled a new ‘Collateral Slaughter’ … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Britain, Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange, London, speakers, US Embassy, Veterans for Peace, vigil
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Genny Bove Plant Seeds of Truth for Bradley Manning Back in May, I reported on CODEPINK Kansas’ collaborative art project Plant Seeds of Truth that invited people to sow sunflower seeds, to take photos when the plants were tiny and … Continue reading
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Sunday 19 August 2012 Hundreds of supporters of Julian Assange gathered outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for Julian’s first public appearance since taking refuge there and seeking asylum in Ecuador exactly two months ago. Ecuador announced its decision to … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, asylum, Bradley Manning, Britain, Ecuador, Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange, leafleting, London, solidarity, vigil, WikiLeaks, WISE Up
Sunday 19 August, 2pm, Ecuadorian Embassy, 3 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge, London. Julian will give an address from the embassy at 2pm. Everyone welcome. Join us and the continuing campaign to demand safe passage to Ecuador for Julian. For more information, … Continue reading
Strong statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Integration of Ecuador, Ricardo Patiño Aroca, granting Julian Assange asylum in Ecuador as per his request. CALL OUT Vigil at the Ecuadorian Embassy Thursday 16 August from midday Where? 3 Hans … Continue reading