Assange ‘In A Lot Of Pain’ Says Partner After Prison Visit

By Alan Jones, The Irish Examiner. -

Julian Assange’s partner has visited him in prison for the first time in almost six months, and said he looked much thinner than last time she saw him. Stella Moris took the couple’s two young [...]

‘What Happens If Julian Assange Dies In A British Prison?’

For Assange however, justice delayed is not only justice denied. With global attention shifting from Wuhan to Washington, from Minneapolis to Lebanon, the father of two young children has spent [...]

Baton Rouge Inmates Sue For Release Due To COVID-19, Potential ‘Death Sentence’

By Lea Skene, The Advocate. -

The inmates are seeking class-action status in an attempt to protect other current and future inmates. Their lawsuit also seeks to have a federal judge order East Baton Rouge to improve jail [...]

Assange Must Be Released To His Family

By the Australian Assange Campaign. -

On the twelve-month anniversary of the release of the US superseding indictment, we call on the Australian government to make diplomatic representations to the US and UK and have Julian Assange [...]

New York Tried To Get Rid of Bail

By Jamiles Lartey, Black Agenda Report. -

The no-bail movement was on a roll from Vermont and New Jersey to Alaska and Georgia – and then the lock ‘em up mob struck back. The national drive to reduce jail and prison populations are [...]