The Prosecution of Assange Adds to the High Crimes of the West

By Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D. Associate Editor and Member of the Board at The Indicter Magazine On Saturday, The New York Times published a front-page article on the leaked files that exposed the Chinese government’s coordinated crackdown on ethnic minorities. In covering the story, the newspaper noted that although the source and the methods through which […]

Open Letter to Permanent Representatives of States Parties at OPCW. [In support of appeal by Courage Foundation Panel ref. transparency in Douma investigations]

This letter was first published by The Courage Foundation, 18 Nov 2019. Open Letter to Permanent Representatives of States Parties cc: Office of the Director General, OPCW Dear Permanent Representative, We are writing in order to bring to your attention the recent meeting of the Courage Foundation Panel held in October 2019 and to ask […]

OPCW report on the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syrian East Ghouta was a sham. And so it was on Khan Shaykhun

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli On 14 April 2018, The U.S. and NATO allies U.K. and France launched a multiple aerial attack on Syria, consisting both of missiles fired from warships and aircraft bombardment. The reason argued, was an alleged chemical attack by the Syrian government forces that would have taken place in Douma, […]

Sweden’s geopolitical paradox in the ASAP Rocky affair

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chief editor at The Indicter magazine.   “I just want to say, what I experienced it’s crazy.” – ASAP Rocky at his “first performance following Sweden arrest”, 11 Aug 2019. “An example of systemic racism.” – White rapper G-Eazy referring to ASAP Rocky’s three-week detention in a Swedish prison […]

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 […]

In a Crisis of Democracy, We Must All Become Julian Assange

by Nozomi Hayase, Ph.D., Member of the Editorial Board, and Associate Editor at The Indicter magazine. The US government’s indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange marked the worst attack on press freedom in modern history. Assange has been charged with 18 counts, including 17 violations of the Espionage Act. James Goodale, former general counsel of […]