We look at the developments in the pursuit of justice for Julian Assange so far.
Assange’s legal team denounced a series of irregularities in his preliminary hearing held on January 13 and expressed concern over his health
In this episode, we look at the latest developments in the case of Chelsea Manning, struggle for the release of Nicoletta Dosio in Italy and the ongoing protests in India against the recently passed discriminatory citizenship law.
Nils Melzer, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, has published a letter to the US government condemning its treatment of Manning
Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning are being persecuted for speaking truth to power
Doctors from eight countries around the world demand Assange be moved to a hospital over concerns of his deteriorating health
Thousands attended The ‘Don’t Extradite Assange’ rally in London on November 5 to protest US attempts to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The rally featured several celebrities and progressive activists advocating for Assange’s release, along with his father John Shipton, who also addressed the crowds
Historian and former diplomat Craig Murray describes the farcical proceedings at a Westminster court on October 21 when a judge summarily dismissed a request by Julian Assange’s legal team for more time to prepare for the case
The Bring Assange Home Parliamentary Group currently comprises 11 MPs from across party lines. Most of them have argued that the extradition of Assange would be an attack on Australia’s sovereignty
Assange’s lawyers sought a delay in proceedings on a US extradition request, citing new developments in the case. The judge, however, refused and said the hearing would begin on February 25, 2020
Two legislators voiced concerns about Australian sovereignty in the Assange case and have demanded that the government oppose any attempt at extradition