Murray’s Last Words Before Prison

By Craig Murray, Consortium News. -

I want to make one or two points for you to ponder while I am in jail. This is the last post until about Christmas; we are not legally able to post anything while I am imprisoned. But the Justice [...]

Craig Murray Will Surrender Himself For Prison

By Kevin Gosztola, The Dissenter. -

In the case against former United Kingdom diplomat-turned whistleblower Craig Murray, the UK supreme court refused to hear Murray’s appeal. He will now surrender himself to police for an [...]

The System’s Revenge

By Craig Murray Justice, Wings Over Scotland. -

Legal precedent will be set tomorrow as Craig Murray will be the first person to be imprisoned on the charge of jigsaw identification in the UK, and indeed in the entire world. Scotland’s second [...]

Police Should Release Information On British WikiLeaks Journalists

By Bill Goodwin, Computer Weekly. -

A journalist is taking legal action against the Metropolitan Police after it refused to release correspondence with the US about three WikiLeaks journalists under the Freedom of Information Act [...]

Internet Shutdown And Detention And Torture Of Journalists In Eswatini

By Staff, Liberation News -

"We stand with New Frame and Mndebele and Mbuyisa who have taken risks to their personal security and safety in order to break the communication shutdown and tell the stories of those risking [...]

Julian Assange Spends 50th Birthday In Prison

By Ben Norton And Anya Parampil, The Grayzone -

Protesters Demand Freedom For WikiLeaks Journalist. Julian Assange Turns 50 On July 3. Protesters Rallied Outside The US Department Of Justice In Washington, DC, Demanding The Release Of The [...]

US Censorship Is Increasingly Official

By Alan Macleod, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

The attempts to muzzle the press did not start with Trump, however. President Obama oversaw a war on whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, and ensured that Julian Assange has spent the best part of [...]

US ‘Seizes’ Iranian And Other Regional News Sites

By People's Dispatch. -

On Tuesday, June 22, the US government “seized” several news websites, alleging their involvement in spreading “disinformation” and calling them a “threat to national security”. The seized [...]

Julian Assange’s Father And Brother Announce US Tour

By Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams. -

The father and brother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange are planning a nationwide tour of the United States next month to advocate for the release of the detained journalist and for the Biden [...]

Scheer Intelligence: The Ruling Class’ Revenge Against Julian Assange

By Robert Scheer, ScheerPost.com. -

The mistreatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over the past decade has been defined as “psychological torture” by the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Nils Melzer. Yet, there is still no [...]

World Celebrates Press Freedom Day, Julian Assange Remains In Belmarsh Prison

By Mohamed Elmaazi, The Canary. -

As people worldwide celebrate the UN’s World Press Freedom Day on 3 May, WikiLeaks publisher and journalist Julian Assange remains incarcerated. The US continues to demand Assange’s [...]

A History Of The Espionage Act And How it Ensnared Julian Assange

By Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

From its earliest years the United States has found ways to deny the rights of a free press when it was politically expedient to do so. One of the latest ways was to arrest WikiLeaks publisher [...]

April 11: Global Day Of Action For Julian Assange

By Assange Defense. -

Assange supporters Candles4Assange have put together an incredibly helpful list of actions planned for Julian Assange on April 11th around the world, to mark 2 years of his unjust imprisonment. [...]

Assange’s Father John Shipton On The Home Run Tour For Julian

By Paul Gregoire, Sydney Criminal Lawyers. -

For the past fortnight the Home Run for Julian tour has been weaving its way through regional and suburban Victoria and NSW, towards the nation’s capital. And along its route, it’s met with [...]

Journalist Acquitted: Covering Protests Against Racism Is Not A Crime

By Patricia Gorky, Liberation News. -

After a three day trial an Iowa jury has found Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri not guilty on misdemeanor charges stemming from her coverage of a June 2020 demonstration against racist [...]