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It is extremely important to Correct the Record in the Julian Assange case. The UN Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer in his report says: “there has been a relentless and unrestrained campaign of public mobbing, intimidation and defamation against Mr. … Continue reading
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Published by Sky News on 19 May 2017 Rough Transcript of the speech follows: Today is an important victory for me and for the UN Human Rights System, but it by no means erases seven years of detention without charge, … Continue reading
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CONTENTS: 1.Summary; 2.The UN WGAD; 3.Comments from Panel Members; 4.Analysis of Findings (Due Process; What is ‘Arbitrary?’; The Arbitrary EAW; Deprivation of Liberty; Asylum; Other Matters Inimical to Justice; Remedies & Results); 5.Resources. 1.Summary Julian Assange has fought injustice on … Continue reading
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A VERY BUSY DAY! Everyone associated with WikiLeaks must’ve been absolutely knackered Thursday night! The 2nd anniversary, Thursday 19th June, of the day Julian Assange first took refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy was a very busy day indeed for supporters, reporters, WikiLeaks … Continue reading
Tagged 2 years too long, 2yrs2long, Document, Ecuador, Ecuadorian Embassy, John Pilger, Julian Assange, Leaks, London, New release, PJ Harvey, Press Conference, Ricardo Patino, solidarity, Sweden, TISA, Trade in Services Agreement, Two years too long