The day dream about Anthony Albanese doing the right thing has reached its limits. As prime minister he has not fought to bring home an Australian who is both the embodiment of courage and the victim of a great, vindictive injustice.
Tag: Belmarsh Prison
Australia — Silent Collaborator Against Assange
Despite private and public requests for diplomatic assistance for the WikiLeaks publisher, Canberra’s policy — shown by FOI documents — has been one of complicit inactivity in the face of his persecution, reports Kellie Tranter.
Stella Assange: ‘Corrupting the System at Every Level’
“I think there are some people within the U.S. and U.K. governments who understand how cancerous this whole affair is,” the wife of the imprisoned publisher tells Matt Kennard in a wide-ranging interview.
WATCH: A Wedding For the Ages
Julian and Stella Assange were married yesterday at Belmarsh Prison in London. Here are the wedding videos.
Assange’s Father Says His Son Has Been Vaccinated
John Shipton also told a French interview program that too much focus was on Julian Assange and not enough on the crimes WikiLeaks has revealed.
Julian Assange & the Crisis of British Public Service
The imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher’s life in Belmarsh illuminates the ugly neoliberal world the profiteers have created, writes Helen Mercer.
JOHN PILGER: Justice for Assange Is Justice for All
In the land of Magna Carta this disgraceful case ought to have been hurled out of court long ago.
The US Appeal and CIA Plans to Assassinate Assange
The Yahoo! News revelations will put even more mental stress on the WikiLeaks publisher, writes Marjorie Cohn.
LETTER FROM LONDON: The Obsessive Pursuit of Assange as UK Prepares Its Own Espionage Act
The single-minded U.S. pursuit of Julian Assange as Britain proposes changes to its official secrets law shows the fierce determination of both governments to conceal their secrets, writes Alexander Mercouris.
The New Atlantic Charter & Julian Assange
With the great transparency advocate locked up in London, Tareq Haddad says the recent U.K.-U.S. affirmation of independent media stands hollow.