Pivotal in scope

Ken Maas, Castlemaine

Amnesty International has made its very first public statement on the case of Julian Assange: April 12, 2019, “Amnesty International calls on the UK to refuse to extradite or send in any other manner Julian Assange to the USA”.
Wikileaks has been nominated for six Nobel Peace Prizes and the UN Mandela Prize. Awards won include: Economist New Media; TIME Magazine; Sam Adams Integrity; National Union Journalists; Sydney Peace; Martha Gellhorn Journalism; Blanquerna Communicator; Walkley Journalism; Voltaire Free Speech; Int. Piero Passetti Journalism; Jose Couso Press Freedom; Privacy Int.; Global Exch Human Rights; Yoko Ono Lennon Courage; Brazillian Press Human Rights and Willy Brandt Political Courage.
Julian Assange’s freedom is pivotal in global scope and consequence. He is an Australian citizen.
Will Australians sign Phillip Adams’ petition to the Australian government, which has recently passed the 120,000 signatories at change.org?