Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning: The Effects of Solitary Confinement and Why It Is Torture

Assange and Manning have both spent a lot of time in solitary confinement. In this article I will try and explain why this is torture and what it does psychologically to those who spend long amounts of time placed therein. There are tons of articles you can read online about this, but the main point …

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How Solitary Confinement Effects the Mind: Plight of Julian Assange

Julian Assange has been without internet, phone or visitors for 166 days as of tomorrow, this is an extremely wicked and cruel act against an innocent journalist and publisher.  According the the UN’s Nelson Mandela Act, anything over 15 days in solitary is considered torture.  I want to explain to you what complete isolation does …

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7 Months in Solitary Confinement: Assange’s Persecution Continues…

On October 28th, Julian Assange will have been in literal solitary confinement for 7 months.  He cannot access internet or the phone and is not allowed any visitors except his legal team.  He has been detained arbitrally for 8 years and spent 6 of it in a room the size of a small office without …

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On the 6th month of Julian Assange’s Solitary Confinement

It has been six months, 181 days and over 2300hours since Julian Assange was gagged by order of President Lenin Moreno of Ecuador.  Has there been any progress?  No, but we have learned many things since it began including why Moreno would do such a cruel, heartless act against a man who sought political asylum …

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A Comprehensive Explanation of The Psychological Torture of Julian Assange

We now know through Nils Melzer, the U.N. specialist on torture that Julian Assange has all the symptoms of someone who has been psychologically tortured over a period of time. We know that Melzer is also calling for Assange’s freedom and that he is not extradited to the U.S. where he will most likely be …

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Assange And The U.K./U.S. Treaty on Extradition: Can They Honestly Extradite Him Legally?

The United States and the U.K. ratified an extradition treaty in 2007 for extraditing serious offenders. Under this treaty between the two countries, “Extradition shall not be granted if the offense for which extradition is requested is a political offense.” By indicting Assange on Espionage the DOJ has proven that the arrest by the U.S. …

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The Torture Of A Truthteller: How 4 Governments Are Going After Julian Assange

Many have claimed that Assange was “hiding out” in the Ecuadorian Embassy to avoid the rape allegations in Sweden but that was never true. It still isn’t. What he was put through in the 7 years he had asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London is nothing but pure torment. When even the U.N. rapporteur …

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Ammunition From the U.S. Constitution To Use in the Fight to Free Assange and Manning

I am going to share everything I can find in the U.S. Constitution to use in the legal battle to free both Assange and Manning. Many rights have been violated. I will also explain why it doesn’t matter if Assange is a U.S. citizen or not. We need everything we have to fight this corrupt …

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