FREE Assange - Halt Extradition Attempts and Drop Charges Against Julian Assange
Assange's Belmarsh prison stay results from US demands, linking charges to document publication. Most files were WikiLeaks-unveiled, courtesy of US Army intelligence analyst, Chelsea Manning, who received a 2017 presidential pardon after serving 4 years of a 35-year sentence.
Due to the latest British Court ruling, extradition prospects for Assange have worsened, potentially leading to a lifetime in a US prison.
Compounding matters, In addition, the fact that he was the target of a negative public campaign by US officials at the highest levels undermines his right to be presumed innocent and puts him at risk of an unfair trial.
Leading publications like The Washington Post, The New York Times, and more decry Assange's persecution, stating “this indictment sets a dangerous precedent and threatens to undermine America’s First Amendment and the freedom of the press,” and “Holding governments accountable is part of the core mission of the free press in a democracy.”
Global leaders urge Biden to drop charges. Mexico's President calls it a "blatant assault on press freedom," while Colombia's President insists arresting Assange for truth-telling is unjust.
Even Australia's PM acknowledges Assange's deteriorating mental health in Belmarsh, stating “enough is enough!”.
Assange's relentless pursuit by the US endangers media freedom, investigative journalism, and the public's right to information, challenging the nation's fundamental values.
This sets a dangerous precedent for journalism and free speech, allowing global media targeting for divulging crucial public-interest information.
The American People demand that the United States government drop all charges against Julian Assange, and let him return to his family, as a FREE man. The United States was built on the principles of free speech, including free press for all mankind, these rights are undeniable and god-given.