Author Archives: Sara Chessa

About Sara Chessa

Reporter and Human Rights Activist, member of the National Union of Journalists from 2015.

Roger Waters performs “Wish you were here” in support of Julian Assange

Roger Waters performs live in support of Julian Assange and sings “Wish you were here” in front of the Home Office Continue reading

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Roger Waters’ speech before his live performance in support of Julian Assange

Roger Waters’s speech before his live performance in support of Wikileaks’ publisher Julian Assange in front of the Home Office Continue reading

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Thousands of people for Roger Waters’ performance in support of Julian Assange

The former Pink Floyd Roger Waters sang “Wish you are here” for the Wikileaks’ publisher jailed in Belmarsh during a live concert organised in front of the UK Home Office Continue reading

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FOIA litigation appeal hearing, activists filled up the Court in support of Stefania Maurizi

The appeal hearing for the full access to the documents related to Julian Assange’s case has been held today at the Upper Tribunal, decision is expected on Friday The Court officers said they were not expecting such a public for the FOIA litigation … Continue reading

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Julian Assange’s situation, what UN experts said from 2012 to the present

All the statements and opinions released by UN independent experts on Julian Assange’s case Continue reading

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Assange is an international symbol of the struggle for political transparency, 37 MEPs say

A letter has been sent by a cross-group of parlamentarians to the European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans to urge him uphold Assange’s human rights under international and EU laws Signs of life arrived from the European institutions, regarding Assange’s case. … Continue reading

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Assange, why the Chief Magistrate should admit the conflict of interest and step down from the case

All the reasons why Julian Assange’s lawyers asked judge Emma Arbuthnot to step down from the case. The conflict of interest explained Continue reading

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Julian Assange, what we can expect now that Sajid Javid certified the extradition request

What we can expect now that the Home Secretary certified the extradition request for Julian Assange. Why at the moment we can still consider his signature as a formal step and not like the end of the story Continue reading

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US formalise extradition request for Julian Assange

A formal request of extradition for Julian Assange has been filed to officials in the UK by the US Justice Department. According to the United States’ treaty with Britain on this matter, the application has to be submitted within 60 … Continue reading

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The WiseUp Action Facebook page to change name

A request has been submitted to Facebook in order for the Julian Assange Defence Commitee to obtain the possibility to change the name of its official page in the popular social media into a new one, able to be easily … Continue reading

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