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Mark Davis Exposes Shameful Role of Guardian and New York Times in Publication of Afghan War Logs

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Cross-posting the full description from Media Lens Facebook post: Mark Davis is a multi-award winning Australian journalist who was an eye-witness to the entire preparation of the Afghan War Logs, submitted in 2010 to Wikileaks by the whistle-blower Chelsea Manning. … Continue reading

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A Monument for Chelsea Manning

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Update on Chelsea Manning by Maxine Walker Until October this year, a bronze head and shoulders of Chelsea Manning by artist John Reardon is on temporary loan to Conway Hall (Red Lion Square, London WC1) and can be found in … Continue reading

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Diane Abbott confirms to Constituent her position on Julian #Assange

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Writing to your MP in support of Julian Assange and in opposition to any US Extradition is extremely important. A concerned WikiLeaks supporter writing to their Member of Parliament had a wonderful response from her, which we publish below.

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Correcting the Record in the #Assange Case – The BBC

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The BBC is the national broadcaster in the UK with access to every TV set in the country and  its financed both by a state grant and a licence fee paid directly to it by the TV viewers. It has … Continue reading

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Solidarity with Julian Assange Upcoming actions 4th, 18th, 23rd and 24th August! – Updates

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Thanks for the amazing participation in our JADC actions! Join the actions coming up: Saturday 4th of August from 12:00 at a Summer Festival Due to the rain this event originally scheduled for the 27th of July has now been rolled over … Continue reading

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Correcting the Record in the #Assange case is a process – The Telegraph

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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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Analysis of the Character Assassination Julian Assange has endured by Catherine Brown

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On the 11th of June 2019 many of us attended the “Imperialism on Trial” event organised by Gregory Sharkey at Crypt on the Green located at Clerkenwell Close in London. It was a marvelous inspiring evening with excellent speeches by … Continue reading

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JADC members canvassing support for Julian Assange at UK political rally 25/07/2019

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Thursday 25th 2019, 6-8pm Flyering at Parliament Square At these political interesting times we canvassed support for Julian Assange during an anti-government protest demanding Elections Now. Our campaign is above party politics but we recall that Alan Duncan, Junior Foreign … Continue reading

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Upcoming solidarity actions in support of Julian Assange 25th and 27th of July, 23rd and 24th August

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Dear Friends in the struggle to Free Julian Assange This week we continue our solidarity: Thursday 25th 2019, 6-8pm Flyering at Parliament Square At these political interesting times we will canvass support for Julian Assange during an anti-government protest demanding … Continue reading

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Canvassing support for Julian Assange at the People’s Assembly 22/7/2019

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Report by Maxine Walker On Monday 22 July several hundred people attended a People’s Assembly rally outside Downing Street to declare that Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson was ‘Not my Prime Minister’ and to call for a ‘General Election Now.’ … Continue reading

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