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Assange – Don’t Shoot the Messenger

WikiLeaks, a free press publishing and media organisation, has revealed human rights abuses, war crimes and corruption in governments across the world. Yet the US Administration wants to close WikiLeaks down and prosecute its founder Julian Assange. International financial services organisations have blocked payments to WikiLeaks, denying them vital income. The Australian government has failed to take a stand against the political persecution of Assange. PM Gillard’s assertion that WikiLeaks activities were illegal was proved to be false by an Australian Federal Police investigation.

What does this say about our democracy?

 

A Public Forum with:

 

Scott Ludlam, Australian Greens Senator Christine Assange, mother of Julian Assange Humphrey McQueen, Historian, ANU Chaired by Mary Kostakidis

 

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2012, 6.00 for 6.30 pm to 8.15 pm

 

University of Technology, Sydney -Broadway Building 2 (via Tower Bldg), Level 4 Entrance level, Room 13

Gold coin donation | For more information: Anne 0404 090 710 Helen 0413 381 408 Presented by the Support Assange & WikiLeaks Coalition, with the support of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism and the Stop the War Coalition Sydney

One response to “Assange – Don’t Shoot the Messenger

  1. A Report from the Solidarity Vigil for Julian Assange at the Supreme Court
    by Ciaron O’Reilly
    http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2012/02/491885.html

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