Episode 9: What Happened at the Extradition Trial?

What Happened at Assange’s Extradition Trial? A marathon podcast featuring: Aaron Maté, journalist and host of Pushback on The Grayzone; Craig  Murray, former UK diplomat turned political activist who has been at the forefront in the long struggle to free Julian Assange; John Shipton, the father of Julian Assange and leader of the full time …

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Submission: TIPC emergency service access to location information

The Council has made a submission to the Privacy Commisioner concerning the proposed extensions to the Telecommunications Information Privacy Code. These extensions would: Allow people to opt-in to allow location tracking by emergency services. Allow emergency services to locate someone who they believe is at risk of serious harm. Allow emergency services to locate someone …

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Revolt at the Woolwich Court

by Monika Karbowska (translated from original in French by Deepl) Wednesday, February 26, 2020. Third day of Julian Assange’s extradition trial in the Woolwich Crown Court building. Three days of intense fighting, violence and emotion. On the first day, reading of the indictment, Edward Fitzgerald’s plea on the history of the facts, in the public …

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Anonymous Witness Statement in the Fizgibbon/Biss case

This is a statement by an insider from the “Shadow” sphere. Its an anonymous source, seeing as they are afraid of backlash. I would not post it normally but it fits with every single thing we have found during our research so I will do so anyway. Research summary: https://twitter.com/RayJoha2/status/1232806866314547200 Statement Since the first time I …

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Motion moved in defence of Julian Assange at Illawarra Teachers Association Meeting in Wollongong, Australia

The movement of rank and file teachers in Australia organising defence of Julian Assange continued to grow when teacher Pietro Mascetti moved a motion at the Illawarra Teachers Association Meeting on February 24th. The meeting was held in Wollongong, in the region of Illawarra, which is a coastal region to the south of Sydney. The …

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Workers for Assange: Uniting to fight for Assange’s freedom

The following call out for workers around the world to unite and join a “Workers for Assange” written by Davey Heller was published by Independent Australia on February 21st 2020. Independent Australia have published several articles of Davey’s on Julian Assange and are strong supporters of Assange and the struggle for democratic rights. Read the …

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Julian Assange on 19 February 2020 in the Westminster Magistrate Court – Storytelling put to the test in court

by Monika Karbowska. Translated with the Deepl software. Original in French here The tenth trip to London to attend a pre-trial hearing for Julian Assange. Some people told me that since the “big trial” starts with a lot of media attention next Monday, it’s not worth exhausting myself on these express trips. Indeed, tired I …

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How Michael Hastings was Assassinated by the Press

A story without legs Dead, libeled, dismissed. “Before his untimely death, Hastings was working on a story about Barrett, announcing mysteriously to his followers ‘Get ready for your mind to be blown.’ Hastings had been in touch with Barrett’s lawyers, and intended to interview him in June for the story.” — June 2013 https://youtu.be/Py7h9sr5Ls4 On this edition [00:01:37] of …

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