Change of Date: Marking 14 #WikiLeaks Years on Thursday 1st October 2020 – Last Day of Julian Assange Extradition Hearing

WikiLeaks is a multi-national media organisation and associated library. It was founded by its publisher Julian Assange in 2006.

WikiLeaks specialises in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption. It has so far published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses.

“WikiLeaks is a giant library of the world’s most persecuted documents. We give asylum to these documents, we analyze them, we promote them and we obtain more.” – Julian Assange said in an interview with Der Spiegel.

The work of WikiLeaks has faced backlash from established authorities in the US resulting in an indictment against their publisher Julian Assange for their publishing work. He was arrested on 11th of April 2019 and imprisoned in maximum security prison HMP Belmarsh in London. The US Department of Justice has laid out charges against him with a potential 175 years imprisonment under Special Administration Measures. We stand in solidarity with Julian Assange through his ordeal.

Please join us on Thursday 1st of October outside The Old Bailey in marking 14 years of WikiLeaks publishing.

We shall hold posters marking the individual WikiLeaks Releases, hold banners Thanking WikiLeaks for their work in revealing war crimes and corruption.

Day: Thursday 1/10/20
Time: 12:30-13:30
Place: Outside the Central Criminal Court in London (The Old Bailey)
Address: Old Bailey, London, EC4M 7EH
Nearest Tube: Mansion House (District/Circle Lines)
St.Paul’s (Central Line)

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1 Response to Change of Date: Marking 14 #WikiLeaks Years on Thursday 1st October 2020 – Last Day of Julian Assange Extradition Hearing

  1. H pinchen says:

    Dear Julian I havr followed your case from the beginning and sent you a copy of the New Testament when you first went into the Ecuadorian Embassy because I hoped you would read it and – in perhaps identifying with the Trial of Jesus Christ might gain – spiritual succour for the arduous journey ahead. I am sorry for the behaviour of the UK and think that what ever your witnessed may say and no matter how eloquently you have been forced into am injust show trial because this country has degenerated into a place where those who see what we could be are pilloried by those who wish to stay right where they are.

    Heres to Freedom!

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