28 July 2013

Julian Assange has been detained without charge for 965 days. 
 - 405 days at the Ecuadorian Embassy.
Bradley Manning has been in prison without sentencing for 1159 days.  
- 22 days into court martial.
Jeremy Hammond has been in prison without sentencing for 511 days. 
A secret Grand Jury on WikiLeaks has been active for 1044 days.

WikiLeaks News:
  • McClatchy published an article detailing the U.S. "Insider Threat" program, which was launched after WikiLeaks' 2010 released and treats leaks as something that aids enemies.

Bradley Manning News:
  • The Bradley Manning Support Network published an article on how the judge allowed the charges against Bradley Manning to be altered—a move which benefited the Government—just ahead of the verdict.
  • A petition to award Bradley Manning the Nobel Peace Prize, which has received nearly 100,000 signatures, will be delivered in Oslo next month.
  • RT reported on the international action day for Bradley Manning held yesterday.
  • A second set of courtroom artwork from Bradley Manning's court martial is now up for auction. 80% of the proceeds are divided between PFC Manning's defense fund and the Washington D.C. production of the play "bradass87".

Jeremy Hammond News:
  • Jeremy Hammond's sentencing hearing has been moved from September 6 to November 15.

WikiLeaks Party News:
  • Kellie Tranter, WikiLeaks Party candidate for New South Wales, wrote on whether or not the media can be trusted.