26 July 2013

Julian Assange has been detained without charge for 963 days. 
 - 401 days at the Ecuadorian Embassy.
Bradley Manning has been in prison without sentencing for 1157 days.  
- 22 days into court martial.
Jeremy Hammond has been in prison without sentencing for 508 days. 
A secret Grand Jury on WikiLeaks has been active for 1042 days.

WikiLeaks News:


Julian Assange News:
  • Bradley Manning's trial shows that Julian Assange is still a large target for the U.S. Government, as the prosecution presented him as a co-conspirator and made over 20 direct references to Mr Assange.

Bradley Manning News:
  • Today was the twenty-second day of Bradley Manning's trial. The trial has ended and the judge will now deliberate on the verdict. Transcripts of all hearings are available through the Freedom of the Press Foundation.  
  • Journalist Jeremy Scahill appeared on Democracy Now! where he discussed the dangerous of the "aiding the enemy" charge against Bradley Manning, not only to the press, but the public as a whole.
  • An article in Washington Post discusses why Bradley Manning's military court martial is important for civilians.
  • Freedom of the Press Foundation's Trevor Timm wrote on how the military intimidated journalists who were coverage Bradley Manning's trial yesterday.

WikiLeaks Party News:
  • Julian Assange spoke at Splendour in the Grass on the state of the media and what the WikiLeaks Party has in store.
  • Voice of Russia interviewed WikiLeaks Party campaign director Greg Barns about the launch of the party and its Senate candidates.
  • Julian Assange was interviewed on ABC Radio about how the WikiLeaks Party will closely scrutinize the actions of the Australian Government.