Category Archives: WikiLeaks

07/12/20 Protest outside the Home Office marking Julian Assange’s 10 years of Arbitrary Detention

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On Monday 7/12/20 it will be 10 years since Julian Assange was arbitrary detained by the UK authorities as per the legal opinion of United Nations experts at the Working Group for Arbitrary Detention. They published their decision on 5/2/2016 … 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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Dump The Guardian, Support Julian Assange! By Maxine Walker

For an effective defence of Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks work it is important to understand how propaganda works and cut through it. Here is Maxine Walker analysing the propaganda war against Julian Assange. Rough Transcript: I’m talking more broadly … Continue reading

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The @Guardian ‘s Dirty Little Secret – How they helped terminate Julian Assange’s political asylum

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Listen to the podcast! The function of the Assange/Manafort Article in November 2018 was to assist US/UK national security objectives in terminating Julian Assange’s political asylum and effect his expulsion from the Ecuadorian Embassy. After two years the picture is … Continue reading

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26/11/20 at Westminster Magistrates Court for Julian Assange Administrative hearing

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Report by Joe Brack EF Press US v Julian Assange, Court 10, scheduled for 11.45pm. Judge Ikram standing in for Baraitser, Edward Fitzgerald QC for the defence, Joel Smith QC for the prosecution. Listed as the last case of the session, … Continue reading

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The Guardian’s Dirty Little Secret! Manafort/ #Assange visit never happened – Join the #twitterstorm

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Listen to the podcast! The function of the Assange/Manafort Article in November 2018 was to assist US/UK national security objectives in terminating Julian Assange’s political asylum and effect his expulsion from the Ecuadorian Embassy. The lie that Trump Campaign Manager … Continue reading

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Rest in Peace folk singer Jim Radford from Veterans for Peace UK

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Dear Friends Very sad to inform you that folk singer Jim Radford from Veterans for Peace UK passed away recently. Read here a tribute by Ben Griffin of VFPUK. He was known and respected for many years among the WikiLeaks/Assange … Continue reading

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#CorrectTheRecord in the #AssangeCase: 8 months later The BBC finally makes correction.

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On 13/3/2020 I submitted a complaint about misreporting in the Julian Assange case. It should have been dealt within 10 working days. Eight months later, on the 19/11/20 the correction I had requested was effected. I explained that their article … Continue reading

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26/11/20 – Administrative hearing for Julian #Assange at Westminster Magistrates Court.

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In Extradition cases there are no term limits for detention. The Extradition process may last for years. The Courts decide whether to grant bail to the person under detention. Julian Assange’s application for bail was rejected in March 2020. Yet … Continue reading

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#CorrectTheRecord in the Julian #AssangeCase : Prisonphone Ltd By Nina Cross

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Prisonphone Ltd, is a social venture dedicated to bringing prisoners and their families together by providing them with a paying service of low cost phonecalls.In their blog they post articles relating to prison conditions that they share through Twitter and … Continue reading

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