Episode 5: Melzer, Love, & Kiriakou

Nils Melzer, Lauri Love and John Kiriakou Nils Melzer, UN Special Rapporteur on torture and professor at Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian on the intensive physical and psychological torture of Julian Assange and the smear campaign against him; Lauri Love, who successfully avoided extradition to the U.S. on what happened in his case, and John …

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TRIAL OR SACRIFICIAL CEREMONY? -JULIAN ASSANGE TRIED ON JANUARY 23, 2020

The following is a first hand account of Julian Assange’s hearing on January 23rd by Monika Karbowska of Wikijustice from France. It was translated from French using the program Deepl so there may be a few minor errors. . The original article in French can be found here. Monika Karbowska My ninth trip for an …

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Procès ou cérémonie sacrificielle ? -Julian Assange jugé le 23 janvier 2020

Voici un compte-rendu de première main de l’audition de Julian Assange le 23 janvier par Monika Karbowska de Wikijustice de France. Monika Karbowska Mon neuvième voyage pour une audience de Julian Assange à la Westminster Magistrate Court se déroule le 22 janvier comme toujours en Flixbus avec les migrants pauvres mais cette fois sous le …

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Questions for wikileaks and courage foundation on the status of Julian assange in Belmarsh

On January 24th, it was announced by Wikileaks Ambassador Joseph Farrell on Twitter that Julian Assange had been moved out of the Belmarsh “Healthcare” ward where he had been kept since late may, in conditions of virtual solitary confinement. Farrell said Julian was now back in the general prison population in a section with only …

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Freedom of the Press Foundation Releases its 2019 Impact Report

It’s no secret that press freedom is under threat both in the U.S. and around the world. Worse yet, journalists are increasingly attacked by authoritarians who refuse to bow to public pressure. At Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF), we’re not just advocating for press freedom rights—we are also building technology to protect journalists and …

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Julian Assange Is Moved Out of Medical Unit at Belmarsh

In what has been described by most as refreshingly good news, Julian Assange has reportedly been moved out of solitary confinement at London’s high-security Belmarsh prison into a small unit within general population. According to WikiLeaks “ambassador” Joseph Farrell: “In a dramatic climbdown, authorities at Belmarsh prison have moved JulianContinue Reading

Episode 4: Stefania Maurizi

Stefania Maurizi Stefania Maurizi, the trailblazing investigative journalist who partnered with WikiLeaks in the massive revelations of war crimes and secret intrigues on her discoveries concerning the CIA four-year effort to detain Assange in preparation for his extradition.

Over 40 press freedom and civil liberties groups denounce Brazil’s charges against Glenn Greenwald

photo by Gage Skidmore, used under Creative Commons BY-SA In an open letter today, more than 40 press freedom and civil liberties groups strongly condemned the “cybercrime” charges against Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald and demanded that Brazilian authorities renounce them immediately. The letter was organized by Freedom of the Press Foundation and Reporters Without …

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