Media organisations across the globe are marking World Press Freedom Day with a re-energised push for the release of award-winning Australian publisher Julian Assange.
US President Joe Biden is facing growing pressure to drop charges against Assange as Australia’s Media Entertainment Arts Alliance (MEAA), the International Federation of Journalists and major global media outlets describe the ongoing persecution of the WikiLeaks founder is “the most dangerous threat to press freedom today”.
Gather at the US embassy 11-11.30am.
Then we travel to AFP Headquarters at 12noon to turn ourselves in for the same reason Julian Assange is being held hostage, publishing US war crimes.
If Julian is guilty we are all guilty.