#Twitterstorm Commemorating the #WikiLeaks #IraqWarLogs 10th publication Anniversary

The #IraqWarLogs Campaign commemorates 10 years from the publication by WikiLeaks of 391,832 military reports about how the war in Iraq was conducted by the USA and its allies. On the day, a small group of protestors will gather outside the newspaper The Guardian to remind its staff the role they played in the 2010 publication and call them out for their silence on the plight of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange who is imprisoned in maximum security Belmarsh prison for those very publications. On the contrary read here how they have played a part in his prosecution and persecution.

For those in UK or internationally unable to join our demo, we ask they join our twitter campaign to remind the older and educate the younger on the public interest revelations brought forward in The Iraq War Logs.

Below you will find some model tweets, put together by JADC’s Antonia Omirou, steal them! make them your own and join our campaign! In solidarity #FreeAssange!

Post 1: 

At 5pm on 22/10/2010 @WikiLeaks released the largest classified military leak in history. The 391,832 reports, document the war and occupation in Iraq, as told by soldiers in the United States Army.

“They detail events as seen and heard by the US military troops on the ground in Iraq and are the first real glimpse into the secret history of the war that the United States government has been privy to throughout.”


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

Post 2:

“Iraq during the same period (compared to the Afganistan War), was five times as lethal with equivalent population size.”

The reports detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq, comprised of 66,081 ‘civilians’; 23,984 ‘enemy’ (those labelled as insurgents); 15,196 ‘host nation’ (Iraqi government forces) and 3,771 ‘friendly’ (coalition forces). The majority of the deaths (66,000, over 60%) of these are civilian deaths.  That is, 31 civilians dying every day during the six year period. For comparison, the ‘Afghan War Diaries’, previously released by WikiLeaks, covering the same period, detail the deaths of some 20,000 people.

#WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 3:

The #IraqWarLogs – #Wikileaks News Conference – 22 October 2010


#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JournalismIsNotACrime #ProtectTheWhistleBlowers #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 4:

Watch a discussion about the importance of the #IraqWarLogs publication led by #Wikileaks editor in chief, @Kristinn


#WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

Post 5:

#JulianAssange talking to @democracynow about the importance of the release of the #IraqWarLogs to the public and the awful truth they reveal.


#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 6:

#JulianAssange :  “There does appear to be evidence of #WarCrimes in this material.  An example is the Task Force 373 missile on a house, which killed 7 children.”

#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals


Post 7:

“WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange on Iraq War Logs, “Tabloid Journalism” and Why WikiLeaks Is “Under Siege”” – in an interview by @DemocracyNow


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 8:

The #IraqWarLogs contain information on the deaths caused by war, which no state has a right to withhold from the public indefinitely.  Yet, the US government is persecuting, and the UK torturing, a journalist for revealing them, in an effort to cover up for their crimes and the need for immediate prosecution of the war criminals.


#WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

Post 9:

According to @IraqBodyCount, “All information about the deaths caused in any disaster, be it a man-made war or a natural catastrophe, is public information which no state has a right to withhold from the public indefinitely. Even in military circles, the latest thinking accepts this view, for a variety of reasons that include its own best interests. 


Yet these Iraq logs (like the “Afghanistan War Diaries” released by WikiLeaks earlier in 2010) contain information on civilian and other casualties that has been kept from public view by the US government for more than six years. Even knowledge of the details within them – such as the fact that they record the names of thousands of Iraqi civilian victims – has been kept secret.”

Post 10:

The disturbing #CollateralMurder video, showing evidence of a US military helicopter firing at unarmed civilians in Iraq, was part of the #IraqWarLogs that were published by #Wikileaks on 22 of October 2010.


#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 11:

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism on

“The real and uncensored story of the war in Iraq as revealed by Wikileaks’ Iraq War Logs”



#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 12:

“#IraqWarLogs: Detainee found dead with wounds from ‘unknown surgery’” @guardian @guardiannews


#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 13:

On the 23rd of October 2010, @BBCBreaking wrote “The logs showed there were more than 109,000 violent deaths between 2004 and the end of 2009.


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth


They included 66,081 civilians, 23,984 people classed as “enemy”, 15,196 members of the Iraqi security forces, and 3,771 coalition troops.

The figures appear to contradict earlier claims that the US did not keep records of civilians killed.”

Post 14:

“Secret files show how US ignored torture” and reported that “A grim picture of the US and Britain’s legacy in Iraq has been revealed in a massive leak of American military documents that detail torture, summary executions and WarCrimes.”



Post 15:

“Wikileaks has released almost 400,000 secret US military logs, which suggest US commanders ignored evidence of #abuse, #torture, #rape and #murder by the Iraqi authorities, @BBCBreaking , 23 October 2010.


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth


“The documents also detail how hundreds of civilians were killed at US military checkpoints after the invasion in 2003.”

Post 16:

“The reality that the US military has sought to obscure has now been brought into the open.” Wrote @theindependent on October 24th, 2010.


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals


#Wikileaks revealed “The deaths of 150,000 Iraqis, the overwhelming majority of them civilians. The killing by US soldiers of unarmed civilians, including children, and of Iraqis trying to surrender. The horrible mundaneness of friendly-fire incidents, including British troops killed by US soldiers because they were listening to their iPods. The turning of a blind eye to abuses by Iraqi security forces. The daily diary of mismanaged sectarian conflict.”

Post 17:

The Telegraph wrote, on 24 October 2010: “Wikileaks: Release has exposed the terrifying reality of the Iraq War“


#WarCrimes #IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 18:

On 25th of October 2010, @Telegraph published “Wikileaks War logs: Key findings”


#IraqWarLogs #WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals


and quoted “The Wikileaks war logs disclose the conduct of British and US troops, as well as Iraqis during the Iraq conflict.”

Post 19:

“The data shows that four times as many civilians were killed at checkpoints as insurgents. In one log we can see that a doctor driving a pregnant woman to hospital, at speed, was shot.” @channel4 on 22/10/2010”


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

Post 20:

@CBSNews reported “Wikileaks exposes possible #WarCrimes”



#IraqWarLogs #WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 21:

“Sources that saw the WL documents in advance reported no major revelations, but said taken together they could be read as a secret history of the war written from a troop’s-eye-view of the conflict.” @abcnews


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

Post 22:

“ The nearly 400,000 Iraq war log documents released by WikiLeaks on Friday were full of evidence of abuses, civilian deaths and the chaos of war …”, wrote @CBSNews on 24/10/2010.


#IraqWarLogs #WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals


but clear evidence of weapons of mass destruction – the Bush administration’s justification for invading Iraq – appears to be missing“

Post 23:

“The Wikileaks #IraqWarLogs – Greatest Data Leak in Us Military History” by @derspiegel


#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #WarCrimes #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 24:

The sheer magnitude of data contained in the secret files reveals a graphic narrative of the war that goes far beyond any information about the conflict ever released into the public domain.”  @Aljazeera


#IraqWarLogs #WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 25:

Watch Pentagon Whistleblower @Daniel Ellsberg on Wikileaks Iraq War Docs on @democracynow at https://youtu.be/-TSN1onJeZc

#IraqWarLogs #WarCrimes #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #ProtectTheWhistleblowers #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 26:

“WikiLeaks exposed U.S. army war crimes, the secret emails of top international politicians and controversial secret service surveillance methods.”

#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 27:

Discussion on the importance of the #IraqWarLogs and #Wikileaks for #FreedomOfPress organised by @DEA


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JournlismIsNotACrime #ProtectTheWhistleblowers #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 28:

“Inside Wikileaks (2010): Julian Assange is adamant that his leak of over 90,000 war files was justified, and plans to release even more.”

By @dontextraditeassange

#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JournalismIsNotaCrime #ProtectTheWhistleBlowers #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 29:

“The War You Don’t See”

From @JohnPilger by @dontextraditeassange


#IraqWarLogs #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JournalismIsNotACrime #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 30:

Mark Davis Exposes Shameful Role of @Guardian and @New York Times in Publication of Afghan War Logs


#AssangeCase #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 31: (To be repeated through Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday)

Write to @theguardian to ask them why they are now against #JulianAssange and #FreedomOfSpeech.

Send a letter to Elisabeth Ribbans, global readers’ editor at guardian.readers@theguardian.com and ask them to publish it.

Share your letter with us at jadc@protonmail.ch to be published on our blog.

Post 32:

The role of @theguardian in the persecution and character assassination of #JulianAssange

##CorrectTheRecord in the #Assange case: The Guardian again” by @greekemmy @wiseupaction

#CorrectTheRecord in the #Assange case: The Guardian again

#AssangeCase #FreeAssange #FreetheTruth #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 33:

#CorrectTheRecord in the #Assance Case: The Guardian once more ::-/

Why is an award winning newspaper keep repeating in error that Julian Assange was charged by Sweden when it is false? How many times will WIkiLeaks supporters have to attempt to correct the record in the Assange case at this precise point over the last 10 years?

By @greekemmy @wiseupaction

#FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth #JournalismIsNotACrime #JailTheWarCriminals

Post 34:


In March Julian Assange’s legal team applied for Bail as Covid has imposed huge risks on the prison population. The WikiLeaks publisher had a new champion in his bail application, his partner Stella Morris who revealed that the ordeal of the embassy years had a silver lining. Julian and Stella formed a union and had two beautiful children. The UK’s media covered the news with the usual lack of care and at least one complaint was filed in an effort to correct the record in the Julian Assange case.

By @greekemmy @wiseupaction

#AssangeCase #FreeAssange #FreeTheTruth

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