Write to Julian Assange – help spread #PardonAssange online

Write to Julian Assange – help spread #PardonAssange online

Dear Supporter Now is the final stretch – we must urge president Trump to #PardonAssange Use code PARDONASSANGE to receive 19% off everything on any of the WikiLeaks shops until Dec 24th. How you can help: Post on social media with #PardonAssange – tweet...
The Itinerary for NO EXTRADITION: BRING JULIAN HOME Tour

The Itinerary for NO EXTRADITION: BRING JULIAN HOME Tour

John Shipton’s talks in Nimbin, Brisbane, Mullumbimby, and Byron Bay: Nimbin, NSW Tuesday 8 December: No Extradition! Bring Julian Home, Nimbin Town Hall. NSW 7.00 pm Wednesday 9 December: No Extradition! Bring Julian Home Webinar TLC bldg, Sth Brisbane QLD 6.30pm...

A Secret Australia

A Secret Australia Revealed by the WikiLeaks Exposés Edited by Felicity Ruby and Peter Cronau In A Secret Australia, eighteen prominent Australians discuss what Australia has learnt about itself from the WikiLeaks revelations – revelations about a secret Australia of...

26 Nov 20 – Administrative hearing for Julian #Assange at Westminster Magistrates Court.

In Extradition cases there are no term limits for detention. The Extradition process may last for years. The Courts decide whether to grant bail to the person under detention. Julian Assange’s application for bail was rejected in March 2020. Yet there is a mechanism in place that any prisoner on remand (in detention pre-trial or in this case pre-extradition decision) is presented to court every 28 days so that a judge extends or terminates his or hers detention. These are called Administrative Court Hearing.