Browsing Category: Assange

Assange’s Case Has Been ‘Obeying to Geopolitical Interests’

Sputnik spoke about Julian Assange’s case to Professor Emeritus Marcello Ferrada de Noli, the founder of the NGO Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, SWEDHR. * Sputnik: What is behind Ecuador’s move to change its ambassador in the United Kingdom? Why has Moreno taken the step now? Marcello Ferrada de Noli: The background of the Assange case, now maintained for over eight […]

Head of Swedish Bar Association condemns the handling of the Assange case in UK and Sweden as “deplorable”

  In “Assange –a bizarre story– which demands Swedish response”, the Secretary General of the Swedish Bar Association, Ms Anne Ramberg, criticizes prosecutor’s deeds in the pre-investigation of the case, and says that Sweden has a great responsibility for the situation that has arisen. Ms Anne Ramberg statements were published 14 of April in a […]

What the arrest of Assange means for human rights of all

By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli, chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, SWEDHR Outside Westminster Magistrates Court, April 11, 2019. Photo by Erik Sanberg, Associate Editor at The Indicter Magazine We have repeatedly expounded the issue of right to existence as the primary of all human rights, and of human rights for all. War […]

Julian Assange moves to force Trump administration to reveal charges against him, and to compel Ecuador to prevent his extradition to the U.S.

MEDIA RELEASE: Lawyers for Julian Assange have filed an urgent application to the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights (IACHR), based in Washington D.C., to direct the Trump Administration to unseal the charges it has secretly filed against Mr. Assange. They are also asking the Commission to compel Ecuador to cease its espionage activities against Mr. […]

Assange’s integrity remains unwavering in the face of heightened threats to his health, safety and freedom

  What is the Assange case all about? By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli . It is about the situation of the publisher of an important news outlet, where the information “goal is justice, the method is transparency”. A recently published story in Newsweek, headed “Prosecuting Assange is Essential for Restoring our National Security”, carries […]

The Significance of WikiLeaks as Invention of the World’s First True Free Press

By Nozomi Hayase, PhD, Member of The Indicter‘s Editorial Board. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains in solitary confinement inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he was granted asylum in 2012 against the threat of extradition to the United States for his publishing activities. In recent months, Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno, under pressure from the […]

Why Americans Need to Defend Julian Assange’s Freedom

Criminalizing the act of publishing through the Espionage Act destroys the First Amendment as the guardian of democracy. By Nozomi Hayase, PhD, Member of The Indicter‘s Editorial Board. Over 50 years ago, in his letter from the Birmingham Jail, addressing a struggle of the civil right era, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote, “We will have […]

Court Grants Julian Assange Freedom Just As U.S. Ramps Up Claims

By Andrew Kreig J.D., M.S.L., attorney and journalist. Director of JIP, Member of the Editorial Board, and Associate Editor at The Indicter Magazine. Julian Assange, center, at Ecuador’s Embassy (Photo Collage by The Indicter Magazine) A major international human rights body has ordered the United Kingdom to free WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for safe passage […]