Global Protests to mark the beginning of Julian Assange's Extradition Hearing - February 24 2020

DiEM25 co-founder @yanisvaroufakis:
"We're here so that unarmed truth has the final word. So that Julian’s sentence ends neither with a bang nor with a whimper, but with a majestic, a marvellous full stop."

Current scene in Parliament Square at the March organized by @deacampaign in support of

Speaking and attending: @rogerwaters @ChrissieHynde @yanisvaroufakis @khrafnsson @FollowWestwood
and more

Shadow Chancellor @johnmcdonnellMP - after weeks of battling to be allowed - will visit Julian Assange tomorrow February 20 - Press Conference outside 11am GMT

ICYMI: Here he is speaking last week at a campaign event organized by @DEAcampaign

WikiLeaks' Kristinn Hrafnsson: "We have now learned that the United States do not consider foreign nationals to have a first amendment protection...they have decided they have extra-territorial reach... This is extremely serious and of grave concern to all journalists"

Email from the Chief of Cabinet at the OPCW, demanding deletion of dissenting engineering assessment: “Please get this document out of DRA [Documents Registry Archive]... And please
remove all traces, if any, of its delivery/storage/whatever in DRA”

Minutes from an OPCW meeting with toxicologists specialized in chemical weapons: “the experts were conclusive in their statements that there was
no correlation between symptoms and chlorine exposure”.

939 journalists (and whistleblowers) from 90 countries have signed the letter in defence of Julian Assange.

Misinformed? "A significant body of information including intelligence indicates the Syrian regime is responsible for this latest attack." PM Theresa May, April 14th 2018, justifying UK bombing in response to the alleged chemical attack in Douma.

OPCW distortions: "Crucial facts “...have morphed into something quite different to what was originally drafted.”


Leaked email:

While the world knows Julian's name has been cleared in Sweden, he is sitting in a cell in Belmarsh prison, probably unaware of the news. The Prison cancelled all visits today.
Don´t Extradite Assange!

Fourteen hours after WikiLeaks’ release of the Fishrot files two Namibian government ministers are forced to resign.

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