“I am here because I stole something that was never mine to take — precious human life. For that I was compensated and given a medal. I couldn’t keep living in a world in which people pretended that things weren’t happening that were. Please, your honor, forgive me for taking papers instead of taking human lives.” Read more..
The Courage Foundation’s daily coverage of Julian Assange’s extradition hearing in London Read more..
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno gradually ratcheted up restrictions, surveillance, and threats on Julian Assange over the course of his presidential term to build a pretext for ultimately revoking asylum and inviting British police into Ecuador’s embassy. Read more..
If you're in the UK, your role in helping Julian Assange is crucial. Write to your MP to let them know that you oppose onward extradition and that Assange's legal rights must be protected Read more..
Today federal prosecutors unsealed a new, 18-count superseding indictment charging Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act, the first use of the 1917 law against a publisher. Read more..
International press freedom groups, news outlets, UN representatives, politicians and public figures are speaking out against Julian Assange’s arrest and its implications Read more..
Ecuador has unlawfully terminated Julian Assange's asylum, inviting British police into the Embassy to arrest the publisher. See developments, legal documents, reactions and how to help here Read more..