Human Rights Commissioner Embarrassing Australia Over Negation of Julian Assange’s Human Rights

By Gary Lord .   A Professor Gillian Triggs’ dream about Julian Assange behind bars, “charged” and on court? An embarrassing letter from Australia’s Human Rights Commission (published below) falsely claims that Julian Assange “has been charged”. It says Mr Assange “has an opportunity to defend himself before the Swedish Court”, when in fact he […]

How To Understand Political Sex Scandal Allegations

How To Understand Political Sex Scandal Allegations By Andrew Kreig. Director of Justice Integrity Project and member of The Indicter Editorial Board. Beginning March 23, the National Enquirer published two major stories claiming that 2016 presidential contender Ted Cruz had had affairs with five women, thereby undermining his claims of conservative, moral leadership. Today’s column […]

The Panama Papers – Oozing Slime

. By Robert Hunziker, MA in Economic History. The Panama Papers, a one-year investigation by over 100 reporters worldwide (The International Consortium of Investigative Journalism) of offshore money hiding/laundering/taxation avoidance, is a cause célèbre of underhandedness seldom, if ever, revealed to the world’s public. It is comparable to lifting a rotting log in the woods […]

Six Year Anniversary of WikiLeaks Collateral Murder; A Celebration of Free Speech

By Nozomi Hayase PhD Member of The Indicter Editorial Board Above, Wikileaks-video “Collateral Damage”. Only this upload by Sunshinepress (there are several others uploads) seen already by over 15 million  among English-speaking Youtube viewers. It produced a markedly change – or statistical significant –  in the public attitude towards the occupation wars in the Midle […]

Sweden’s Politically Appointed Judges to Decide on Assange Case

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Editor-in-Chief. Cover image: “Justitia.” Acrylic in canvas, Ferrada de Noli, 2003 Introduction In a remarkable insight about the Swedish legal system, a noted columnist of Sweden’s largest newspaper Aftonbladet – Oisín Cantwell –  criticizes today the Swedish institution of lay judges in his article [Swedish] “Shortcomings that embarrass Sweden […]