Doctors Condemn Failure Of UK To Respond To Demand For Medical Care For Assange

By Staff, -

The doctors from around the world who issued an open letter on November 22 calling for the immediate transfer of Julian Assange from the maximum security Belmarsh Prison to a university teaching [...]

A Second Whistle Blown On The OPCW’s Doctored Report

By Jeremy Salt, -

Another whistleblower leak has exposed the fraudulent nature of the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) report on the alleged chemical weapons attack in the Syrian city of [...]

Groundswell Of Support For WikiLeaks Publisher Julian Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, -

Over the past week, a growing groundswell of opposition to the US-led persecution of Julian Assange has come to the surface of political life internationally. Prominent public figures in Britain, [...]

The Lies About Assange Must Stop Now

By Staff, -

Newspapers and other media in the United States, Britain and Australia have recently declared a passion for freedom of speech, especially their right to publish freely. They are worried by the [...]

Collapse Of Swedish “Sexual Misconduct” Frame-Up Exposes Political Conspiracy Against Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, -

Swedish prosecutors announced yesterday that, after almost 10 years, they were finally abandoning a “preliminary investigation” into allegations of “sexual misconduct” against WikiLeaks founder [...]

The Trials Of Julian Assange

By Michael Steven Smith, -

Whistle-blowing, truth-telling journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange now sits in solitary confinement in London‘s infamous Belmarsh prison. The Trump administration has asked that he be [...]

Now That Assange Is Safely Locked Up, Sweden Drops Its “Investigation”

By Caitlin Johnstone, -

Now that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is safely locked up in Belmarsh prison awaiting a US extradition hearing, Sweden has, for a third time, dropped its rape investigation. “After conducting [...]

The Swedish Case Against Assange Was Always Political

By Greg Barns and Alysia Brooks, -

It is almost a decade since Julian Assange woke to discover, on the front page of a Swedish newspaper, that Swedish authorities had decided to pursue him on allegations of sexual misconduct. [...]

I Visited Julian Assange In Prison, What Can You Do?

By Srećko Horvat, -

The last time I saw Julian Assange, exactly one year ago, when he was still at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, I didn’t know yet that the next time I would see him would be in a high-security [...]

U.S. Using ‘Lawfare’ To Silence The Truth

By Philip Giraldi, -

The United States prides itself on its rule of law, a legacy from British colonial times, but there is increasing evidence that equal justice under law has been replaced by something that is [...]

First They Came For Max

By Ray McGovern, -

Well, not really first.  They had already come for Chelsea Manning; for Julian Assange; for John Kiriakou; for Jeffrey Sterling — the list is longer still.  Last Friday they came SWAT-Like for [...]

“I Was Fired For Helping Julian Assange, And I Have No Regrets”

By Fidel Narvaez, -

Assange had been granted asylum in 2012, at the height of Latin America’s Pink Tide, when progressive governments across the continent challenged US interference in the region. Six and a half [...]

The USA’s History Of Controlling The OPCW To Promote Regime Change

By Caitlin Johnstone, -

You wouldn’t know it from today’s news headlines, but there’s a major scandal unfolding with potentially far-reaching consequences for the entire international community. The political/media [...]

Ed Snowden: US Government “Could Have Prevented 9/11”

By Tyler Durden, -

Since 2013 the real government whistleblower, Edward Snowden, has been in political asylum in Russia, where he continues to write books and tell his story of how as an employee of the NSA he [...]

A Coalition Of Support: Parliamentarians For Julian Assange

By Binoy Kampmark, -

Australian politicians, and the consular staff of the country, are rarely that engaged on the subject of protecting their citizens.  In a couple of notorious cases, Australian authorities [...]