Browsing Category: Human Rights

Sweden’s wiretapping of immigrants not suspected of any crime, is against human & civil rights

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, chief editor Sweden’s Police vice-commander has put forward a proposition to legislate a new form of wiretapping, in order to combat the rising criminality in the country, which the authorities emphasize it refers primarily to gang criminality, or “clan-criminality” among immigrants. This new wiretapping system is to be used […]

Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli: “Sweden could perfectly have avoided its catastrophe”

By Marisol Aliaga, chief editor of Magazin Latino, Sweden. [This is a machine-translation from the original text published in Spanish] In an interview with Magazin Latino, epidemiology expert Marcello Ferrada de Noli affirms that “the herd immunity strategy managed by the Swedish authorities has caused five times more deaths in Sweden than in all neighboring […]

Swedish journalists infringing Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Freedom of Expression Regardless of Frontiers

By Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Swedish professor emeritus of public health sciences esp. epidemiology, former Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School. A Swedish professor Cecilia Soderberg-Naucler has been harshly criticized for sharing an article on Sweden’s failed coronavirus strategy not because of its content, but because it was published by RT. An exceptionally talented Swedish […]

Psychological Torture of Assange – Open Letter to Amnesty International Sweden by Swedish Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR)

To: Ms Amanda Jackson, Chair of the Board at Amnesty International Sweden. CC: Ms Margot Wallström, Swedish Foreign Minister; Prof Nils Melzer, UNHRC. From: Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli, chair; Prof Anders Romelsjö, vice-chair, SWEDHR. Subject: Psychological torture of Julian Assange. Enclosures: Prof Nils Melzer’s report and follow-up letter.   Dear Madam Chairman, The United […]

UK government financing torture and executions

  By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli, The Indicter editor-in-chief. Editor’s Note: The Telegraph’s exposures in “UK taxpayers’ funding ‘torture and executions’ as government secretly sends millions to foreign courts” caused concern in the international media –although not in Sweden. Russian TV Channel Izvestia asked our chief editor to comment the exposures appeared in The […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]