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Report on Solidarity with Julian Assange at High Court Extraditon Appeal Ruling

category international | anti-war | news report author Thursday November 03, 2011 10:23author by Solidarity Report this post to the editors

Members of Catholic Worker communities, Anonymous, Veterans for Peace, anti-war, freedom of information and Occupy London activists gathered outside the High Court/ London in solidarity with Julian Assange on Wed. Nov 2nd.


Julian arrived just before 9 am conforned by a huge international media pack. The legal proceedings ended by 10 a.m. with the High Court turning down the appeal against extradition to Sweden. Julian and his defence team are now considering their options. On exiting the court, Julian suggested accessing the following website for information about the case.
http://www.swedenversusassange.com/

Democray Now interviewed Helena Kennedy, an attorney on Assange’s legal team. They also air a statement made by Julian Assange in London.
http://www.democracynow.org/2011/11/2/wikileaks_founder...ppeal


Nov 1, 2011
The day before the cpurt apperamce Democracy Now spoke with Julian Assange’s Attorney Gareth Peirce Spoke about Imminent British Court Decision on Sweden’s Request to Extradite Assange
http://www.democracynow.org/blog/2011/11/1/exclusive_ju...weden


Previous posting: YOUTUBE (12 mins 22 secs) Gareth Peirce Speaks on
Bradley Manning: "Dispatches from the Dark Side" - connecting Manning
to US Prison system's systematic human rights violations
http://groups.google.com/group/National-CW-E-mail-List/...d5e23


Also see: London Review of Books May 2010 "America’s Non-Compliance"
Gareth Peirce presents the case against extradition
 http://www.lrb.co.uk/v32/n09/gareth-peirce/americas-non...iance

author by Further reportpublication date Sat Nov 05, 2011 08:48Report this post to the editors

Further report, photos etc

http://wiseupforbradleymanning.wordpress.com/2011/11/03...ling/

author by fearpublication date Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:22Report this post to the editors

Who's afraid of Julian Assange of WikiLeaks? Everyone

Anand Soondas, TNN Nov 6, 2011,

I don't know if http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/topics.cms?search=L...iaobo has met http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/topics.cms?search=J...sange. But if the two do bump into each other sometime in life— unlikely as that may be - they'll have a lot to crib about. There were no high-fives for Liu from most world leaders as China slammed the Nobel peace prize winner for talking freedom and liberty. They have gone quiet on Assange, too, as the US and its friends come together to hunt a man already labeled a terrorist by Sarah Palin.

Just as everyone, including India, held back their congratulatory messages to Liu, serving an 11-year-sentence for drafting and circulating an online petition that called for the recognition of human rights and democracy in China, the other countries— Brazil, Russia, most of the Asian nations, the Arabs and Africans — will in all probability follow the pattern of silence on Assange.

ARTICLE CONITNUED.....

http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2011-11-06...udges

 
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