Declaration of Abandonment

Sourced at: Justice4Assange Australia’s position towards Assange All 16 requests for assistance are refused in full The table below contains the letter from Julian Assange’s solicitor, human rights lawyer Gareth Peirce from Birnberg Peirce and Partners, and Ken Pascoe, the Consul-General of the Australian High Commission in London.  Australia refuses to make representations on Mr. […]

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A Reminder of Christine Assange’s Talking Points

Christine Assange, mother of WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange, urges citizens and supporters to contract their local MP and share the facts.  Share them in conversation and spread the word. Truth will always win! 1. WikiLeaks and Julian Assange have not been charged with any crime in any country in the world. See http://justice4assange.com 2. […]

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Abraxas and Trapwire: the technology and personnel revealed

Sourced at Darker Net POSTED BY ANONYMOUS ⋅ AUGUST 11, 2012  Trapwire is a secret global surveillance system, founded in 2004 and run by ex-CIA chiefs, with clients all over the world. It’s significance is that it is being used for all sorts of surveillance, including everyday protests. The existence of Trapwire was only made known a few days […]

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Speeches from Sydney Rally for Julian Assange and Wikileaks

Opening remarks by Cassie Findlay of Support Assange & WikiLeaks Coalition at Sydney rally for Assange & WikiLeaks, 15 July 2012 Thank you for joining us today to remind the Australian government who it is answerable to Today we have had our Prime Minister Julia Gillard inside Town Hall addressing the NSW Labor Conference. Perhaps […]

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Speech by Natalie Pa’apa’a given at Justice for Julian Assange Rally, July 2012. Melbourne.

  Firstly I’d like to acknowledge country, the traditional owners of this land, the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung of the Kulin Nations and pay my respect to their elders past and present. I acknowledge the ancient and powerful connection that indigenous people have to the land on which they live, where they keep and practice culture […]

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Exclusive Video Interview: Journalist Helene Bergman on Assange, Sweden and the hope of Ecuador

While Julian Assange waits to find out whether or not he will receive asylum in Ecuador, WACA thought it was time to hear from a Swedish voice. Sam Castro sat down via Skype to talk with renowned Swedish journalist and feminist Helene Bergman, who met with Julian Assange prior to him seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian […]

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Mother of Julian Assange visits Ecuador and will be received by Chancellor

Source: El Telegrafo Christine Assange will be in Ecuador next week, in order to expose the Ecuadorian authorities the situation facing his son and the impact this has had on his family. Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño on Monday to receive the mother of the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs […]

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Democracy, Trust and Wikileaks: A Conversation with the Mother of Julian Assange

Sourced: Huffington Post – by Vivian Norris “Mr. Assange’s only crime is that he cared enough about people to respect their right to truth, and had the courage and bravery to print the truth. In the process, he embarrassed powerful governments.”-Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire « As a mother, of course I wish he had never done […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Baltasar Garzón will lead legal team representing Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

Tue Jul 24 19:36:07 UTC 2012 Statement approved by Julian Assange and Baltasar Garzón. The Spanish judge, lawyer, and international jurist, Baltasar Garzón, will lead the legal team representing Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. The jurist met with Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in the United Kingdom recently. The purpose of the meeting was to […]

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WIKILEAKS PRESS RELEASE: WikiLeaks opens path through banking siege. Donations open.

After almost two years of fighting an unlawful banking blockade by U.S financial giants VISA and MasterCard, WikiLeaks has announced it is back open for donations. After WikiLeaks’ publications revealing U.S. war crimes and statecraft in 2010, U.S. financial institutions erected a banking blockade against WikiLeaks wholly outside of any judicial or administrative process. The […]

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