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Autumn leaves – A Remembrance Day Reflection as Julian Assange Languishes in Belmarsh

By Nina Cross Julian Assange, while being slowly assassinated by the US and UK authorities, has been systematically smeared by the same British corporate media that salivates over celebrity.  The contrast between the British media press coverage of the US prosecution of Assange and the coverage of the Daily Mail’s appeal against Meghan Markle could […]

The role of the BBC in the state-sponsored persecution of Julian Assange. Part 1

By Nina Cross, Acting chief-editor of The Indicter Magazine This is the first of two articles analysing the role of the BBC in the state-sponsored persecution of Julian Assange.  It analyses how the British government used the BBC to present Assange as a criminal following his arrest on 11th April 2019.  It then examines how […]

Redeem American Ideals: US Government Must End the Political Prosecution of Julian Assange 

“On this Fourth of July weekend, the American people have opportunities to demonstrate our patriotism by standing up for the freedom of Julian Assange. As we celebrate Independence Day, we can remember the plight of a journalist who will be spending his 50th birthday in isolation inside a prison cell.” By Dr Nozomi Hayase Member […]

Anna Ardin signaled ‘CIA spy’ amidst NATO-Sweden’s plot against Assange

Imagen above: Book cover of A. Ardin’s book “In Assange’s shadow. My witnessing”. The Swedish channel TV4 announced the broadcasting of a program with Anna Ardin, the ‘formally’ accuser of Julian Assange in Sweden. As demonstrated in my book “Sweden’s geopolitical case against Assange 2010-1019“, the case was an orchestrated maneuver against the WikiLeaks founder. […]

How the Persecution of Julian Assange by the British Authorities has Relied Upon Complicity

By Nina Cross . [Cover image: “Waiting for his liberty”, oil on canvas by Marcello Ferrada de Noli]. This is the second article published in The Indicter that looks at how Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, journalist, publisher, nominee of the Nobel Peace prize and winner of multiple awards for journalism and human rights, was […]

How British authorities Circumvent the Treaty against Torture – Revelations from Assange’s Extradition Hearing

Featured December 2020, Human Rights Day edition Nina Cross: Assange’s persecution has exposed the extremes to which our country’s public officials and authorities can be politically compromised. Our courts are demeaned, as are our public institutions.  They are supposed to be accountable to us but instead appear hijacked, no less than instruments of US lawfare. […]

Assange’s Extradition: Covid-19 Brings Death Sentence to Free Speech

  By Nozomi Hayase. Ph.D. Associate Editor at The Indicter Magazine. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with the world screeched to a halt, the prosecution of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange continues. At the case management court hearing on Tuesday, April 7, Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled that Julian Assange’s extradition hearing would resume in May as previously […]