Julian Assange’s freedom has been a point of contention for several Human Rights activists over the last few years. While there have been discussions and deliberations as to what could be the best possible way to rally for him, nothing ever did come out of it. Until now- that is.
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Recently, around 3,500 people went up and signed in to create a human chain around the British Parliament. They would be circling the building on Saturday to protest against the unlawful prosecution of the founder of WikiLeaks. For those who are not in sync with the current news, Assange has spent around three years at the HM Prison Belmarsh- whilst fighting against the extradition procedure to the United States.
It has been announced that on the 8th of October, Saturday, thousands of Assange’s supporters would be joining hands in London. They would be creating the Free Assange Human chain around the British Parliament from 1 pm onwards. This does seem to be quite a global campaign, clamoring for the release of Assange. For, there are over a dozen international actions throughout- that have been planned already. Supporters from the United States would be holding a mass rally at the Department of Justice in Washington. This rally would see several highly-skilled and high-profile orators.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 1, 2022
Protests Over Julian Assange’s Incarceration Could Take Place In Multiple Cities
Other cities that could have rallies in favor of Julian Assange are Denver, Melbourne, San Francisco, Rio de Janeiro, Tulsa, and Ottawa. Interestingly, a few more cities could join the fray. The protesters in the capital would be raising their voices and imploring Merrick Garland, the Attorney General to drop all the charges against the infamous founder. According to John Rees, the legality of the entire event is quite crucial- to ensure that no one else gets wrongfully persecuted- and their point reaches across.
Ever since Joe Biden came to power, the number of voices asking for Julian Assange’s manhunt has been increasing steadily. Several journalist organizations, politicians, legislators, and other campaigners, have also asked the President to give up the extradition case of Assange. On October 1, the supporters of the founder held a massive Twitter storm across the social media platform. This was done to ensure that all of the platforms could bring people up to speed regarding Assange’s current state, as well as the upcoming protests throughout the area.