Petition update

Petition Passes 156,000 and Twitter "Unsuspended" the petitioner's account

Phillip Adams
Brisbane, Australia

Jun 30, 2019 — 

Hi All,

I hope you are all well.

Twitter has reversed the suspension order over my account. Thankyou to all those who contacted Twitter demanding this outcome.

With the sitting of the new Australian parliament this week and our communications no longer gagged we will now prepare Petition Notice 37 for delivery to all 226 Parliamentarians in this first sitting week of the new Australian Government.

People should familiarise themselves with the legal pathway of "habeas corpus" with regards to the case of Julian Assange as it seems to be echoing throughout this matter. Check also updates how Ola Bini secured his freedom in Ecuador also how David Hicks secured his freedom from Guantanamo Bay Prison.

We are now over 156,000 signatories.

Please continue to reshare/retweet and promote this petition, with all of us doing a little we can make a huge impact. If you need a script to past in social media posts you can use (copy & paste) something like this.

"Join with over 156,000 signatories. The Free Julian Assange Petition specifically targeted for No USA Extradition.
Petition is in parliament
Everyone from all nations can sign
Julian Assange is a Journalist
click to sign: http://chng.it/HvMVT86W "

Cheers to all of you and yes we will Free Julian Assange.

Phillip


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