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A smack in the face of Imperialists! Journalism is not a crime #FreeAssange on Imperial Road, Fulham, London

The defence of Julian Assange, the publisher of WikiLeaks is inseparable from the struggle of millions of people around the world who oppose imperialism from whichever country is generated. That force of greed that writes with people’s blood the history … Continue reading

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JADC Statement in Solidarity with Kill the Bill protests

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Statement in Solidarity with Kill the Bill protests The Committee to Defend Julian Assange sends solidarity and support to those who have been protesting against the new ‘Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill’, particularly those who have been arrested or … Continue reading

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Join our Protests 11th April 2021 Marking two years of #Assange in HMP Belmarsh

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Dear Friends On Thursday 25th of March Parliament passed the new Covid Lockdown Legislation. After months of effectively banning political protest the government has returned to its senses and the political exception applies! We return to the streets with solidarity … Continue reading

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Craig Murray’s Contempt of Court Trial Heard Today 27/01/21

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Report by David Mizrachi Craig Murray’s “virtual” trial for contempt of court began today at the Court of Appeals in Edinburgh. It was presided over by 3 judges: Lady Dorrian, Lord Turnbull and Lord Menzies. Both sides had submitted all … Continue reading

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Publico (Spain): A deputy inspector from the National Police and TEDAX sold equipment to spy on #Assange in London to UC Global

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A deputy inspector from the National Police and TEDAX sold equipment to spy on Assange in London to UC Global GLOBAL PERSECUTION AGAINST WIKILEAKS The equipment used by UC Global in the Ecuadorian embassy to spy on the creator of … Continue reading

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What are the figures for #Covid19 among Belmarsh prisoners? Writes Niki Konstantinidis

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In extensive correspondence with Ministry of Justice’s Long Term and High Security Prisons Group and NHS oxlea, including FOIA, Niki Konstantinidis challenges the covid data that District Judge Vanessa Baraitser used in her decision not to grant bail to Julian … Continue reading

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The Guardian on #Assange: A sinner repenteth or something else? 

By Maxine Walker The 18 December Guardian editorial on Julian Assange has been welcomed by many and shared widely. Although the Guardian has previously stated that it opposes Julian Assange’s extradition it has always been accompanied by so many attacks … Continue reading

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20-30/12/2020 Political Protest effectively banned in the UK regions under Covid Tier 4

Report by JADC’s Derek Jardine, video by @LetMeLookTV Riot cops in large numbers shutting down #candles4assange #FreeAssangeNOW #piccadillycircus pic.twitter.com/3BTVFc6IwV — LetmelookTV (@letmelooktv) December 19, 2020 Our weekly Piccadilly Assange protest on Saturday 19th December at 4pm was once again dispersed … Continue reading

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Two more Letters of Concern about Julian Assange to Rob Davis governor of HMP Belmarsh

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Dear Governor Rob Davis, Belmarsh Prison, London, Great Britain , cc to whom it may concern 1. Swedish authorities and Swedish media as well as individuals have treated Julian Assange in a most disgraceful way. Equally guilty are British authorities … Continue reading

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a Letter to Rob Davis Governor of HMP Belmarsh by a supporter

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It extremely important WikiLeaks supporters continue writing to Rob Davis, Governor of HMP Belmarsh raising concerns about the welfare of Julian Assange, publisher of WikiLeaks. Here is the letter a supporter emailed to him on 25/11/20. I will update this … Continue reading

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