International Federation of Journalists Demands US Drop All Charges Against Assange

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) have launched the “Free Assange Now” campaign on its website calling for the United States to drop all charges, including those involving espionage, against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

On Monday, Wikileaks tweeted out that the “The International Federation of Journalists, representing more than 600,000 journalists worldwide, calls for Julian Assange’s immediate release.”

Assange has been locked up in a London prison since 2019 and prior to that he was on the run for seven years. He had sought asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy between 2012 through 2019 when the asylum was withdrawn.


After all we have seen from the US government over the past several years, it’s obvious not even a shred of justification remains for continuing to persecute Assange. ABN

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