The further political exploitation of the "Case Assange"

Even if the Swedish legal system would not be politically minded, the Swedish case VS. Assange is still political, and so are the government interferences in the legal case as well as the political exploitation of the “case” in Sweden and internationally. Further, does the Swedish legal system meet the commonly human-rights standards prevalent in…

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder does not prosecute U.S. torturers; he prosecutes those who speak out about U.S. torture. Will Julian Assange be next? By Jennifer Robinson

Professors blogg proudly presents a new masterly and thought-provoking piece by our distinguished guest columnist Jennifer Robinson. Jennifer is a London-based media and human rights lawyer who advises Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. During a chance encounter at Sundance, the author pressed Attorney General Eric Holder about his plans for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — and…

The NATO factor. Extradition process initiated in Sweden against the WikiLeaks founder is to the uppermost extent POLITICAL

All across this process, the facts have indicated that the case against the WikiLeaks founder has been politically motivated, politically orchestrated, and politically profited.  x  Statement with reference to the equivocal, fact-against notion “the process in Sweden against the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not political” by Marcello Ferrada-Noli In a widest perspective, these are…