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Check Out OzWikiWatch! Great Resource

Fantastic resource launched by OzWikiWatch which provides all contact details for Federal MPs (as we do here) and also tracks and rates their support (or more noticably the lack there of) for Julian and Wikileaks. Below is a copy of their post. Please keep in touch with their ratings on http://www.ozwikiwatch.blogspot.com Stay tuned in February […]

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Open Letter to Attorney General McClelland: Compounding the Crimes against David Hicks.

Sourced at WLCentral Submitted by Peter Kemp on Thu, 07/21/2011 – 13:03 Attorney General of Australia The Honourable Senator Robert McClelland Dear Sir It is with much dismay and revulsion that many Australians, inclusive of legal practitioners, observe the ongoing persecution of David Hicks, under the guise of mounting an action to confiscate his book royalties under […]

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Göran Rudling & Peter Kemp in Conversation about Assange Swedish Extradition Case

Highly recommended overview and analysis of the extradition case: Submitted by Alexa O’Brien on Tue, 07/12/2011 – 21:18 to WL Central On July 10 and 11, WL Central’s Alexa O’Brien moderated a conversation between Göran Rudling, former witness for the defense at the February extradition hearing for Julian Assange, and Peter Kemp, WL Central legal commentator and Australian solicitor. Göran Rudling […]

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ASIO gets its new powers — and no one will tell us why

Sourced from Crikey   Tuesday, 5 July 2011 by Bernard Keane Well, we never found out why, and now we’ll never know. Last night, the bill to significantly expand ASIO’s powers to spy on Australians sailed through the Senate with the support of Labor and the Coalition. Just when we needed a bit of that mindless negativity for […]

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WikiLeaks: Its Impact on Journalism and Government – Centre for Advanced Journalism, Melbourne University

WikiLeaks has raised profound questions about government secrecy and the rights of people in a democracy to know what governments are doing on their behalf. How will governments respond to WikiLeaks and its revelations? Will the response be more open government or more government secrecy? Whatever the answers may be to these questions, there can […]

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The extradition appeal of Julian Assange: EU melting pots, ambiguities and human rights on trial.

This article was submitted by Peter Kemp to the WLCentral site http://wlcentral.org You can view the original post at http://wlcentral.org/node/1875 This is a very useful summary and analysis from Peter regarding the main points of appeal against District Judge Howard Riddle ruling in February, 2011 that extradition to Sweden would not breach Julian Assanges’ human rights. The appeal hearing […]

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Open Letter to Kevin Rudd: On Julian Assange and Guantanamo Bay revelations.

Submitted to WL Central by Peter Kemp on Tue, 04/26/2011 – 13:33 Kevin Rudd Minister Foreign Affairs PO Box 6022 House of Representatives Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 AUSTRALIA Dear Minister 1) Julian Assange and Wikileaks. Firstly I would like to say that the international community who support Julian Assange would undoubtedly thank you for your support […]

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Support Eman al Obaidi: The aggravating circumstances of Gaddafi’s liability for rape as a war crime.

Submitted by Peter Kemp on Sun, 04/03/2011 – 10:02 Amidst the cacophony of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Libya perpetrated by forces loyal to Muammar Gadaffi – which this writer finds unbearable – (and for which the command principle at least holds him ultimately responsible) including murders, torture, bombing and artillery destruction of civilian […]

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EVIDENCE OF BAHRAINI SECURITY FORCES’ BRUTALITY REVEALED

WACA has been closely following the uprisings occurring across the Middle East and Northern Africa and all the way to Wisconsin USA. People around the world are beginning to call for an end to the corruption and collusion (as revealed in part by Wikileaks cables and by their own leaders despotic actions) and are now […]

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Professor Spencer Zifcak, President Liberty Victoria Interview

Wikileaks Australian Citizens Alliance interviews Professor Spencer Zifcak, President of Liberty Victoria about his view of the significance of Wikileaks & the treatment of Julian Assange in relation to our civil liberties.

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