Julian's brother Gabriel Shipton after Belmarsh prison visit: “In his eyes and voice were signs that this hell was working its hardest in crushing any hope he had left.. I held back tears as I realised this could be one of the last times I see him.”
RT @DerbyChrisW: Plans to hold Julian Assange in detention after his unjust sentence ends is an outrage.
Britain is increasingly behaving…
RT @SMaurizi: we have a very bad news: the London #UpperTribunal rejected our appeal to defend the right of the press to access the full se…
“The behaviour of the British government towards Assange is a disgrace, a profanity on the very notion of human rights. It's no exaggeration to say that the treatment and persecution of Julian Assange is the way dictatorships treat political prisoners.”
This morning’s hearing was not a bail hearing, it was a technical hearing. Despite this, The magistrate preemptively refused bail before the defence requested it.