1. The US indictment
Here are the known facts about the sealed indictment against Julian Assange by the US Grand Jury. Meanwhile the Australian authorities have issued a statement denying knowledge of any such indictment. To use a common journalistic term: bollocks!
2. The redacted (heavily edited) article by John Pilger
“Given the extent of the public discussion, frequently on the basis of entirely false assumptions … it is very hard to preserve for [Assange] any presumption of innocence. He has now hanging over him not one but two Damocles swords of potential extradition to two different jurisdictions in turn for two different alleged crimes, neither of which are crimes in his own country. [And] his personal safety has become at risk in circumstances that are highly politically charged.”
The quote is from Gareth Peirce, the lawyer acting on behalf of Julian Assange, and is taken from an article by the journalist, John Pilger, for the Swedish newspaper, Dagens Nyheter. The newspaper only published a small part of this article.
Here, also, is a summary by Wikileaks Central of the extradition decision by the UK Supreme Court.
Here is a message by Anonymous Australia: