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John Pilger May 18
I visited Julian in prison. He has been ill, but his courage is astonishing. He is locked up for up to 23 hours. Let no one doubt he is a political prisoner, fraudulent events in Sweden included. His crime is truthful journalism. Shame on those who feign otherwise.
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John Pilger May 23
The war on Julian is now a war on all. Eighteen absurd charges including espionage send a burning message to every journalist, every publisher. The target today is . Tomorrow it will be you on the New York Times, you on the BBC. Modern fascism is breaking cover.
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stefania maurizi May 18
"I want to live in a society in which you can expose , ,without spending 7years in jail as did,without being for 9years as Julian , without being forced to escape to , as "
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John Pilger May 24
The fascist nature of the charges against Julian is demonstrated by those that relate to documents about Guantanamo Bay and "CIA detainee interrogation videos" -- torture videos. If the courts in Britain do not stop this grotesque charade, justice will lose all meaning.
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Socialist Equality Party (Britain) May 23
Everything feared was true. The mask has been ripped off. You are either for or against US extradition. Assange’s life is on the line — as are the most fundamental democratic rights of the working class. The time to act is now. FREE JULIAN ASSANGE!
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John Pilger May 20
The filthy war on Julian and Chelsea Manning, whose heresy is to have revealed the crimes of great power, intensifies. Craven Sweden plays to its theatre of darkness while Assange the prisoner is denied even his glasses. Read this fine piece ....
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Renata Avila May 23
Do you realise that this case is not about Julian and anymore? It is about the future of our right to know. IS a journalist. and his journalism exposed the most corrupt of the planet.
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Jen Robinson May 20
As hands over possessions- incl legal material -to the US, Garzon urges international bodies to intervene in “an unprecedented attack on the rights of the defence, freedom of expression and access to information” ⁦
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KellieTranter May 23
Here we have a State prepared to marshal all of its forces to squash one independent journalist who dares to publish the unsanitised truth about the victims of its wars. Says a lot abt what's coming militarily & a lot about us.
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⏳Plucille⏳ May 23
" has been unequivocal abt the fact that he...was only taking asylum w/ due 2 fear of extradition & political prosecution in the US... He was absolutely correct. He’s been correct the entire time. History has vindicated him. He was right & his critics were wrong"
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Renata Avila May 23
Countless organizations confirmed that Julian is a journalist. It is undeniable. A journalist, registered. A publisher, awarded. The case against is a threat against investigative journalism, globally.
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CODEPINK May 24
"It is not just Trump, but the media, Obama, Bush, mainstream 'human rights' organizations, Republicans and Democrats alike that put the noose around the neck of publisher Julian — threatening all journalists."
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Renata Avila May 19
This will happen today. If you had doubts, this confirms that the case against is a political persecution. They are seizing his books, his clothes, his modest belongings, his legal documents - so he can’t prepare the cases against him -, drafts of future books, etc.
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Ron Paul May 21
US government officials stole Julian 's notes for his defense? And we are to believe he will get a fair trial? Talk about a show trial! Tune in to today's Liberty Report:
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Bruce King May 23
⏳"The new charges focus on receiving and publishing classified material from a govt source.. something journalists do all the time [&] what the 1st Amendment is designed to protect: the ability of publishers to provide the public with the truth."
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Neil Clark May 24
My latest article: 175 yrs in jail for revealing war crimes? Where's MSM outrage over persecution of ?
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Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ May 23
Can't decide who I hate more right now, the mainstream liberals who are cheering the Trump administration's assault on press freedoms or the Trump supporters who are trying to spin this as a strategic 4D chess maneuver against the deep state. You all disgust me.
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OffGuardian May 23
being indicted for publishing "classified information". Not stealing, "publishing". An outright attack on the freedom of the press. Looking forward to all the bootlickers in the press apologising for this, with editorials about how JA is a special case.
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Srećko Horvat May 19
If you need another proof that is a political prisoner, read this. Today Ecuador is handing over to US his belongings, including manuscripts and - legal documents necessary for his defence. Stop the political persecution of Julian Assange!
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Media Lens May 24
faces 18 counts from the US with a total sentence of 175 years. Remember when published this?
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