Statement by Swedish Doctors for Human Rights on Sweden’s rejection of UN ruling ref. arbitrary detention of Mr Julian Assange.

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli PhD On behalf of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR) Sweden has been internationally recognized in the past as a leading country on matters of human rights and respect of individual’s political and civil rights. At its peak, the ethical stature of the late PM Olof Palme positioned the […]

UK Foreign Minister Hammond’s unqualified defamation of UN legal scholars

by John Goss, Author and member of The Indicter editorial board The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention after due consideration reached the conclusion that Julian Assange was being ‘arbitrarily detained’, that he should be released, compensated and given back his passport. Our Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, did not agree with the decision – […]

Sweden doesn’t follow U.N., but U.S. – Prosecution of Assange requested by the US, Snowden document reveals

By Prof Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chairman, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights. Referring to the UNWGAD rule on Mr Julian Assange – which characterized his deprivation of freedom as unlawful –  Sweden’s Interior Minister declared that the Swedish Supreme Court decisions are not to be challenge by “a such panel”. The Minister’s declarations, repeated at […]

Military to Military – Seymour M. Hersh on US intelligence sharing in the Syrian war

Editor’s Note: Author Seymour M. Hersh and London Review of Books have kindly authorized The Indicter to reproduce this analysis which originally appeared on London Review of Books,  Vol. 38 No. 1 · 7 January 2016. . Barack Obama’s repeated insistence that Bashar al-Assad must leave office – and that there are ‘moderate’ rebel groups […]

‘Kurdish Peshmerga drive away Arabs, and allow U.S. to establish air base in northern Syria’

By Prof. Anders Romelsjö. Member of SWEDHR’s Board of Directors, and The Indicter Editorial Board. The public Swedish Radio reported on January 22, 2016, under the headline “Amnesty: Kurdish forces violate international law. It could be a war crime” that Amnesty International visited a number of villages in northern Iraq and interviewed more than 100 […]

Geneva Convention: Assassination of the parachuting Russian pilot was a war crime

. By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli. Chairman, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights. US State Dept on assassination of Russian pilot Lieutenant-Colonel Oleg Peshkov: “If these Turkmen were actually being attacked by these Russian strikes, they have every right to defend themselves.”/ Mark C. Toner, deputy spokesperson, at the daily press briefing 24 Nov 2015. […]

Swedish Doctors for Human Rights on biased allegations of ‘war crimes’ put forward by Amnesty International against Russia

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli Ph.D. Chairman, Swedish Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR)   I. Introduction   ““It is important to look at the nature of Amnesty itself in terms of the credibility of its reporting. For a large part of this Syria conflict, Amnesty, particularly here in its London office, has made no […]

Obama Revises Disastrous ISIS, Syria Policies

By Andrew Kreig, J.D. Director of Washington-based Justice Integrity Project and member of The Indicter Editorial Board. The Obama administration in December ramped up military actions against Islamic State terrorists — and also sharply downgraded its failing campaign to overthrow Syria’s government and to demonize Russia’s. A key juncture occurred when Secretary of State John […]

Sweden VS. Assange – 5 years of historic human rights transgressions

  Editorial. By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli Ph.D., editor-in-chief. This issue focus on the Swedish case VS Assange. We present analyses and updates on this remarkable long-standing breach against the human rights of Mr Julian Assange, and partly on the organization he founded for the benefit of World democracy, the institution WikiLeaks. The United […]