All the statements and opinions released by UN independent experts on Julian Assange’s case Continue reading
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The fourth anniversary of Julian Assange, Editor in Chief of WikiLeaks, entering the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to seek political asylum is upon us on the 19th of June 2016. We Thank Ecuador for their brave stand in protecting his … Continue reading
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On February 5 this year, UNWGAD published their opinion that Julian Assange is Arbitrarily Detained by UK and Sweden. Both countries are signatories to the International Treaties upon which the UN group based their investigation and ruling, the two countries … Continue reading
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Friday 5 February 2016 will be remembered as an important milestone in the protracted prosecution of WikiLeaks Editor in Chief Julian Assange. Shortly after 8 a.m. the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention formally confirmed the outcome of their … 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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