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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Why the Extradition of Julian Assange Would Be Extremely Dangerous for Him

Commentary from Kevin Zeese of Popular Resistance, John Kiriakou and H.A. Goodman Due to the recent accidental leak of information, we now know that there are charges against publisher and journalist, Julian Assange, as well as a grand jury indictment. Many hold the belief that extradition of Assange to the United States would be beneficial …

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Today In Assange… Continuation of an Article on Everything in the News

Let’s start with the Guardian and their constant attempts to smear and further promote reasons for the U.S. government to extradite Assange. Last week, Luke Harding of the Guardian along with Villavicencio and Dan Collyns, reported that Paul Manafort had met with Julian. Of course, this was fake news. Wikileaks immediately countered this lie and …

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The Torture of a Journalist: Why Assange Needs to Be Freed Now

I remember when you saw a title like “The Torture of a Journalist” and you thought it happened in the Mideast or maybe China but in today’s harsh world it is happening in the heart of London. Nearby is Harrod’s Department Store in Knightsbridge, but inside the Ecuadorian Embassy, a journalist named Julian Assange is …

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Julian Assange’s Life is in Danger! A Call to Action to Save Assange

Recently, after Assange’s lawyers started the lawsuit against Ecuador for violating his human rights, Ecuador took Assange’s rights away for 4 days to see even his lawyers. (Article seen here) His lawyer Carlos Poveda stated that “The Assange Asylum termination is accelerating.” (See here) If Assange is evicted, his extradition to the United States (to …

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