Human Rights concerns regarding the case against Julian Assange. By Jennifer Robinson

Brief submitted by to the meeting of MPs of the Federal Parliament, at Parliament House, Canberra, discussing extradition aspects in the Swedish case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Editors Note Professors blogg proudly presents to the Swedish and international audience the new and much valuable guest column of distinguished human-rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson.  She will…

Historical meaning of WikiLeaks

Published in Newsmill, 26 December 2011x   Above: Newsmill Front page 26 December 2011 Analysis  by Marcello Ferrada-Noli In discussing “Julian Assange”, the main stream media – particularly in Sweden – have seemingly neglected informing the public concerning a most relevant fact: Wikileaks – the organization founded and led by editor and journalist Julian Assange…

Professors blogg to silence by unintentional cause

Did you know that Prometheus (Hesiod’s poem Theogony) was the first known political radical and whistleblower? Do you remember that he stole the secrets of the Gods domination and exposed to mankind? Did you know that the infuriated gods in punishment to Prometheus’ deed for dēmokratía among men, and pursuing to stop him of further…

Distinguished Intellectuals, Professors, Officers and Politicians in Letter to Australian Foreign Minister: Highly Concerned Over Sweden’s Prospective Rendition of Assange to US

        Read also on this topic “Protect Julian Assange from US rendition“ Wikileaks founder Julian Assange The Hon Kevin Rudd MP  Minister for Foreign Affairs Parliament House ACT 2600 Dear Minister  We write to express our concern about the plight of Julian Assange. To date, no charges have been laid against Mr…