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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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Jen Robinson 23h
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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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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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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Renata Avila May 13
The case against Julian is reopening for the third time. Before claiming it is "justice for the women", read the details of an investigation characterised by the arbitrary use of the law to keep a journalist locked in a jurisdiction:
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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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Polly Boiko May 20
Assange’s supporters protesting the collection of his stuff and handover to US prosecutors
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Renata Avila May 13
So the plan was always to first destroy Julian name, and turn his support base, progressives, against him, to then smoothly prosecute him for the crime of publishing the truth. Do it as slowly as possible, so people will forget the importance of revelations.
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Renata Avila May 13
Punishment by process in the cases against Julian . As Sweden reopens the investigation, and newspapers around the World will mistakenly claim he is "charged of rape" (he is not, it is an investigation), US launches a new investigation w Ecuador assistance.
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RT May 17
‘I'd rather starve to death’ - to be jailed again for refusing to testify in a grand jury probe of Julian READ MORE:
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Kristinn Hrafnsson May 16
The UK courts and tribunals recognise as media organisation and as a journalist. At least they get this right. So should everyone else.
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Bella Magnani ⏳ May 17
"It's the optics of it, the public relations. Here is a little tinpot tyrant [ ] in being given jewels by the Empire in return for handing over Spartacus. Because that's what Julian - a modern-day Spartacus"
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Renata Avila May 13
In less than an hour, the prosecution authority in Sweden will decide the next steps on the investigation. While reporting about it, remember this:
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Greg Barns May 13
Sweden request to re open questioning after closing their files twice is extraordinary. This is abuse of process.
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stefania maurizi May 13
this morning we will learn whether will reopen its rape investigation against Julian , I've spent the last 4 years fighting against the Swedish and UK authorities to unearth FACTS about this case and I won't give up
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Flick Ruby 23h
Mr 's lawyer said the move was "completely unprecedented in the history of asylum".
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Greg Barns May 13
remember that unethical lawyers in UK prosecution service told Sweden to continue pursuit of Assange after it decided not to do so has revealed this.
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John Pilger 18h
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 13
Julian spent almost a month in before continuing his journalistic work, the and . His legal team invited from day 1 the prosecution authority to conduct the interview via video link or by travelling to the UK. (2h flight). They refused.
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Nelly Tells May 19
Again how are people not screaming about this? Not only is in prison again but if she continues to refuse to testify against she could end up 100s of thousands in debt by court order. How would such testimony under duress even be valid??
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