Browsing Category: Assange

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 […]

Peace Is A Revolutionary Force

By Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D. Member of The Indicter Editorial Board. “The most disciplined Gandhian project since Gandhi” (J. Assange on Catalonia).   As Trump’s dangerous move on Iran’s nuclear deal and his provocative reaction to North Korea undercut diplomacy, tension is rising for World War III. Discord in the international community has been amplified in conflicts […]

UK Threaten Assange As Sweden Withdraw Accusations

By Andrew Kreig, J.D., M.S.L., attorney and journalist. Member of the Editorial Board, and Associate Editor of The Indicter Magazine. British authorities threatened WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with arrest on a bond-jumping charge last week after their Swedish counterparts gave up trying to investigate Assange on what appears to have been a dubious series of […]

Joint us in signing Open Letter to President Trump: Close investigation on WikiLeaks, drop any charges against Assange

Open Letter to President Trump: Dear President Trump, We are journalists, activists and citizens from the United States and around the world who care about press freedom and are writing to you in response to the latest threat of prosecution against WikiLeaks for its journalistic work. We ask you to immediately close the Grand Jury […]

Declaración de Swedish Swedish Professors & Doctors For Human Rights (SWEDHR) for Human Rights sobre el asilo de Ecuador a Julián Assange

Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, PhD. Presidente de la organización Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, SWEDHR. English summary: The real political reasons why Sweden and UK illegally detain Julian Assange As widely known, the panel of the United Nations [UNGWAD] who thoroughly examined the case of the detention of Mr Assange, concluded [1] that the […]

Russia newspaper Izvestia examines Lasso’s declarations on Assange’s asylum

By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli. The Indicter’s Editor-in-Chief. This article resumes the opinion of several human rights activists, academics and lawyers –as appeared in a recent report published by Izvestia, a leading Russian newspaper– concerning declarations by the Ecuadorian presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso threatening with the eviction of political refugee Julian Assange from the […]

New Analysis of Swedish Police Report Confirms Julian Assange’s Version in Sweden’s case

by Celia Farber, B.A. Editor’s Note: Author and investigative reporter Celia Farber has prepared for publication in The Indicter, an updated analysis of the Swedish Assange case. The in-depth analysis concludes that the police reports  confirm Julian Assange’s testimony, as given to the prosecutor in her questioning conducted at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. It  has […]

Filling the Phantom of Democracy with Our Networked Power

By Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D. Member of The Indicter Editorial Board. After the Electoral College vote, the Trump presidency is now official. As denial and blame games continue, this was not a ‘foreign government coup d’état’, clarified by U.S. Intelligence Chief James Clapper, noting that agencies lacked evidence for WikiLeaks’ connection with alleged Russian cyber-attacks. The […]

The new geopolitics of Sweden: Feminism, arms exports to dictatorships, & NATO. Impact in the Assange case

  By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, chair, Swedish Professors & Doctors for Human Rights – SWEDHR. Introduction For exactly six years ago, Sweden ordered the detention of the WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange. According to the Snowden documents, the US government had  asked the countries participating in the occupation of Afghanistan under US-military command, to […]