Julian Assange Supporters Hold Vigils

By The Advocate. -

Small vigils have been held in cities across the world to mark the second anniversary of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange being detained in prison after he was dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy [...]

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 [...]

Debunking The Myth Of Assange As A Terrorist

By Eric J. S. Harvey, LA Progressive. -

Ten years ago, President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. referred to Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of Wikileaks Julian Assange as a “high-tech terrorist.” Saying this, Biden located himself [...]

Letter: On The Matter Of Assange’s Lawyers Considering A Cross Appeal

By Alexander Mercouris, Consortium News. -

Julian Assange’s lawyers are considering bringing a cross appeal to the High Court in London disputing parts of District Judge Vanessa Baraitser’s Jan. 4 judgment not to extradite Assange to the [...]

Julian Assange Deserves A Nobel Peace Prize

By The Courage Foundation. -

Julian Assange has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. We think he deserves to win. There is an incredibly long list of actions that Julian has taken toward a more peaceful world. As [...]

Assange Ruling Is A Blow Against A Free Press – A Closer Look

By Mohamed Elmaazi, Jacobin Magazine. -

Judge Vanessa Baraitser’s decision to prevent Julian Assange’s extradition to the United States to face trial on espionage-related criminal charges is a partial victory for Assange, his family, [...]

Julian Assange Is Denied Bail By London Court

By Paul Knaggs, Labour Heartlands. -

“I am satisfied there are substantial grounds for believing that if Mr Assange is released today he would fail to surrender to court to face the appeal proceedings,” Judge Vanessa Baraitser [...]

Chris Hedges: The Empire Is Not Done With Julian Assange

By Chris Hedges, ScheerPost.com. -

Shortly after WikiLeaks released the Iraq War Logs in October 2010, which documented numerous US war crimes — including video images of the gunning down of two Reuters journalists and 10 other [...]

Assange: Judge Denies United States’ Extradition Request

By Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof. -

Citing harsh federal prison conditions in the United States, a British district court judge rejected the United States government’s extradition request against WikiLeaks founder Julian [...]

Protesters Gather In DC In Solidarity With Assange

By Sam Carliner, Medium. -

Press freedom activists and independent journalists endured the cold and rain outside the British Embassy in Washington D.C. on Sunday Jan. 3. With less than 24 hours until a potential blow to [...]

Assange Extradition: Legal Teams Likely Informed Already Of Judge’s Decision

By Alexander Mercouris, Consortium News. -

In accordance with a British magistrate court’s usual procedure, Julian Assange’s Judgment has almost certainly already been written and sent in draft form to the respective teams of lawyers, [...]

Upcoming Ruling In Assange Trial Threatens More Than Freedom Of The Press

By Steve Brown, Covert Action Magazine. -

Although important legal principles are at stake in the extradition trial of Julian Assange, for which a ruling will be handed down on January 4, it should not be forgotten that there are [...]

What We Learned In Julian Assange’s Extradition Hearing

By Assange Defense. -

The prosecution of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange would be a landmark test of the First Amendment right to publish if he were brought to trial in the United States, as press freedom groups, [...]

The Fate Of Press Freedom To Be Decided On January 4

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

Judge Vanessa Baraitser will announce her decision on the United States' request to extradite Julian Assange on January 4. Assange faces 18 charges, 17 of them under the Espionage Act, which has [...]