Julian Assange's Case is Gathering Pace
Apr 7, 2018 — It's been over a week since Julian's ability to communicate with the outside world and receive visitors was cut off and the calls to #ReconnectJulian have been gathering pace internationally.
In the past seven days, there’s been an open letter from artists, intellectuals and campaigners, another huge open letter signed by 338 intellectuals from the Spanish-speaking world and a letter from US government whistleblowers and former intelligence officers, which was handed in to the Ecuadorian in embassy in Washington DC a couple of days ago.
And of course, this petition has now gathered tens of thousands of signatures.
We know it's helping. We know that the Ecuadorian government is listening. And we're not stopping here.
There are more actions planned for the coming week and your support is making a big difference. Please keep sharing the news and encouraging your friends to share the petition. If you're planning an event, please contact Courage. (https://couragefound.org/contact)
The first open letter, signed by Noam Chomsky, Brian Eno, Yanis Varoufakis and many others
The huge Spanish-language open letter, signed by 338 intellectuals from 33 countries
The open letter from US whistleblowers and former intelligence officers
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