Sweden has announced they will reopen the rape case against WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange now that he is out of the Ecuadorian Embassy, seeking his extradition after he serves his 50-week-long UK prison sentence for skipping bail.
Lawyers for the WikiLeaks publisher urgently petitioned the OAS independent body to keep Assange from being extradited to a US courtroom and to end his imposed isolation by Ecuador.
A petition with thousands of signatures supporting Julian Assange’s political asylum is set to be presented to New Zealand’s parliament.
The silence of the press, whose own fate is inextricably intertwined, regarding the ongoing persecution of Julian Assange is deafening.
The activism community was shocked recently by the news that Twitter had permanently suspended UK-based activist, Lauri Love. Love recently won a landmark case in a drawn-out legal battle against extradition to Read More…
During his plane ride extradition from Romania to the United States in 2016, the original hacker known as “Guccifer” told Fox News’ Pamela Browne that one of his handlers asked slyly: “what would your opinion be if another Guccifer showed up?” He then went on to declare that “Guccifer 2.0 is an inside job” by U.S. government agencies.