Browsing Category: Assange

Assange Defense Underscores Shameful Swedish, U.S. Tactics

By Andrew Kreig, J.D., M.S.L., attorney and journalist. Member of The Indicter editorial board. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange last week refuted the dubious prosecution Sweden began against him in August 2010. Assange’s written response on Dec. 7, with his first detailed defense, underscores the disgraceful procedures used by Sweden, the United States, and the United Kingdom, […]

Tell Sweden to respect decision by the United Nations body on Arbitrary Detention and free Julian Assange!

By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli, chair, Swedish Professors and Doctors for Human Rights – SWEDHR. Updated image: Senator Sasse wishes to stop WikiLeaks exposures on CIA. Sweden refuses to clearly state whether or not they will extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the U.S. There is no charge whatsoever against Julian Assange in Sweden; […]

The answer given by Julian Assange to the Swedish prosecutor in the London questioning of 14-15 November 2016

More details at See also on Julian Assange health status at “What about the health-status of Mr Assange?” in Analysis: Trump, WikiLeaks, Assange and Sweden, and “HR lawyer Jennifer Robinson: Assange going through Swe interrogation amid deteriorated health“. 14/15 NOVEMBER 2016 QUESTIONING AT THE ECUADORIAN EMBASSY LEGALLY PRIVILEGED You have subjected me to six […]

Sweden inflicted Trial by Media against Julian Assange

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli* Contents: i) Introduction. Aims ii) Background A: The “duck pond”. Some aspects on the situation of Swedish journalists, iii) Background B: Sweden is not neutral. Media reports are mainly uniform, iv) The trial by media against Assange: a) Erroneous and information and deployment of disinformation, b) systematic omission of relevant information, c) character […]

Argument for refusing to issue non-extradition guarantees to Mr Assange is fallacious and hides real commitment to the U.S. – Analysis

The Indicter, Vol 2, Nr 31, 20 February 2016 By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli PhD. Chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights and of The Indicter’s Editorial board. Prologue It has been nearly six years since Time Magazine acknowledged – see image above – that the organization founded by Mr Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, “could […]

Naomi Wolf: “Sweden’s Serial Negligence in Prosecuting Rape Further Highlights the Politics Behind Julian Assange’s Arrest”

By Naomi Wolf* Introductory note, by Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli The scandalous rigged documentary about Julian Assange produced recently by the Swedish National Television [“Julian Assange – världens kärleksaffär”, SvT 1 7/4 2011]  referred much to prominent international figures who are known to be critical of the Swedish prosecution of the Assange-case. Among others, […]