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Document:The Broader View Reveals the Ugliest of Prospectsblog post17 June 2019Julian Assange
The Guardian
Jeremy Corbyn
Mike Pompeo
Matt Kennard
I find it hard to believe that I live in times where Julian Assange suffers as he does for telling the truth, where a dedicated anti-racist like Jeremy Corbyn is subjected to daily false accusations of racism and to US and security service backed efforts to thwart his democratic prospects, where the most laughable false flag is paraded to move us towards war with Iran, and where there is no semblance of a genuinely independent media.
Document:The Four Horsemen Gallop Byblog post11 April 2018Theresa May
Donald Trump
Skripal Affair
The notion that Britain will take part in military action against Syria with neither investigation of the evidence nor a parliamentary vote is worrying indeed. Without Security Council authorisation, any such action is illegal in any event.
Document:The Freedom of Courageblog post1 October 2017Corporate media
The Establishment
G4S Secure Solutions
Francisco Franco
Mariano Rajoy
Carles Puigdemont
When you see the right wing Establishment worldwide, plus the entire mainstream media, united against ordinary people as we see today in Catalonia, it's a no-brainer which side you should be on.
Document:The Gulf of Credibilityblog post14 June 2019Iran
Shinzō Abe
Mike Pompeo
John Bolton
That Iran would target a Japanese ship and a friendly Russian crewed ship is a ludicrous allegation
Document:The Incredible Disappearance of Shai Masotblog post2 June 2019Liam Fox
Corporate media
Joan Ryan
Adam Werritty
John Mann
Shai Masot
Peter Willsman
The open attempt to stifle all criticism of Israel, and in effect to make adherence to zionism a pre-condition for membership of the Labour Party – or indeed acceptance in wider society – is a vicious form of authoritarianism that should have been repudiated robustly from day one.
Document:The Intellectual Dishonesty of the Guardiancomment31 October 2017The Guardian
Stephen Burgen
Jennifer Rankin
Catalan Independence
Document:The Magnitsky Myth Explodedblog post16 September 2019European Court of Human Rights
Magnitsky Act
Bill Browder
Sergei Magnitsky
Craig Murray: I am offering a bottle of Lagavulin to anybody who can find me an honest and fair MSM report of this judgement reflecting that the whole story was built on lies.
Document:The Mind Numbing Hypocrisy of the Supreme Courtblog post21 December 2021UK/Supreme Court
Tim Crosland
So the Supreme Court has ruled that there must be a right to appeal against imprisonment, unless your name is Craig Murray, you are connected to Julian Assange or you are a "war on terror" whistleblower.
Document:The Price of Peaceblog post6 November 2018Michael Gove
Centre for Policy Studies
Democratic Unionist Party
Anglo-Irish Agreement
Good Friday Agreement
European Research Group
It is not possible to understand the current state of play in Brexit negotiations, without understanding that those effectively driving the Tory Party position do not view a hard border with Ireland as undesirable. They view it as a vital achievement en route to rolling back power sharing and all the affirmative measures which brought peace to Northern Ireland, in an affirmation of the glory and power of unionism.
Document:The Sad Death of James Le Mesurierblog post12 November 2019White Helmets
James Le Mesurier
James Le Mesurier’s usefulness to Western security services, Israel and their Gulf allies came to an end when the jihadist headchoppers to whom Le Mesurier had been providing logistic support and invaluable propaganda, lost their last secure footing in Syria.
Document:The Stomach-Churning Victim Blaming by “Labour Friends of Israel”blog post14 May 2018Labour Friends of Israel
Labour Party
2018 Gaza Massacre
Craig Murray: "I do not know what institutional ties the “Labour Friends of Israel” has to the Labour Party, but whatever they are they should be cut off immediately."
Document:The UK's Macabre Final Electionblog post11 November 2019Boris Johnson
Jeremy Corbyn
Jo Swinson
UK/General election/2019
This election is sordid, tawdry, corrupt and uninspiring; a fitting end for the UK and its long history of callous exploitation.
Document:The Unprincipled – and Potentially Racist – Lib Demsblog post13 September 2019Luciana Berger
Chuka Umunna
Jo Swinson
Jenny Manson
Clareine Enderby
Sara Conway
Finchley and Golders Green
If LibDem candidate Clareine Enderby is indeed replaced by Luciana Berger she will be a victim of racism, as the sole grounds on which Ms Berger is being touted as preferable for the 20% Jewish Finchley and Golders Green constituency is her ethnicity.
Document:The Unrelenting Stateblog post31 May 2019Julian Assange
Rafael Correa
Julian Assange: That the most lucid man I know is now not capable of having a rational conversation is extremely alarming.
Document:The World: What is Really Happeningblog post25 May 2019White Helmets
Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
Douma attack
Skripal Affair
Ian Henderson (OPCW)
Alleged nerve gas attack in Syria - Amanda Martin tweets to George Monbiot: "Don't you smell a set up here though? Craig Murray doesn't think Assad did it."
Document:What Might A Ukraine Peace Agreement Look Like?blog post13 May 2022Vladimir Putin
Volodymyr Zelensky
2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
Currently nobody in power wants peace. It is often impossible to resolve a geographic conflict without some element that can be portrayed as endorsement of ethnic cleansing. These are the problems of peace.
Document:What is Left for Palestine?blog post17 May 2021Gaza
Israeli–Palestinian conflict
Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Mick Napier
It was a beautiful day in Glasgow yesterday for the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign demo, and it was great to be able to meet up again with so many magnificent and public-spirited people. It was an especially young crowd, which was excellent, and I was able to meet many Palestinians who drew comfort from the public support at a traumatic time.
Document:Where They Tell You Not to Lookblog post30 April 2018Skripal Affair
Gordon Corera
Luke Harding
Steele dossier
Craig Murray's rule number one of real investigative journalism: 1. Look Where They Tell You Not to Look
Document:Why Barnard Castleblog post24 May 2020GlaxoSmithKline
Dominic Cummings
Barnard Castle
On 12 April 2020 Dominic Cummings was seen in Castle Barnard during lockdown. Two days later, GSK of Barnard Castle signed an agreement to develop and manufacture a vaccine with Sanofi of France.
Document:Why I am Convinced that Anna Ardin is a Liarblog post11 September 2012Julian Assange
Anna Ardin
Sofia Wilen
To those useful idiots who claim that the way to test these matters is in court, I would say of course, you are right, we should trust the state always, fit-ups never happen, and we should absolutely condemn the disgraceful behaviour of those who campaigned for the Birmingham Six
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery – Assange Hearing Day 1blog post25 February 2020Woolwich Crown Court
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
It does not matter to Baraitser or Arbuthnot if there is any genuine need for Assange to be incarcerated in a bulletproof box, or whether it stops him from following proceedings in court. Baraitser's intention is to humiliate Assange, and to instill in the rest of us horror at the vast crushing power of the state.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery – Assange Hearing Day 2blog post26 February 2020Chelsea Manning
David Leigh
Luke Harding
Vanessa Baraitser
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Then, to wrap up proceedings, Baraitser dropped a massive bombshell. She stated that although Article 4.1 of the US/UK Extradition Treaty forbade political extraditions, this was only in the Treaty. That exemption does not appear in the UK Extradition Act.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 10blog post16 September 2020Eric Lewis
Thomas Durkin
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Q. Counsel for the US Government James Lewis QC asks defence witness: you suggest that the First Amendment precludes this prosecution. A. Eric Lewis Yes, There has never been a prosecution of a publisher under the Espionage Act of 1917 for publication of classified information.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 11blog post17 September 2020Daniel Ellsberg
John Goetz
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Dan Ellsberg, doyen of whistleblowers, had at first been inclined to believe the US Government on Iraqi WMD, just as he had first been inclined to believe the government on deaths caused by Wikileaks releases. In both cases it had proved they were making it up.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 12blog post18 September 2020Iraq Body Count
John Sloboda
Carey Shenkman
Clair Dobbin
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Finally US Government lawyer Clair Dobbin unveiled her key point: Surely all these contentious points were therefore matters to be decided in the US courts after extradition? No, replied defence witness Carey Shenkman. Political offences were a bar to extradition from the UK under UK law, and his evidence went to show that the decision to prosecute Assange under the Espionage Act of 1917 was entirely political.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 13blog post20 September 2020Nicky Hager
Ruth Smeeth
Khalid El-Masri
Jennifer Robinson
Carey Shenkman
Dean Yates
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
“Strictly protect” is nothing to do with security classification, which is what protects national security information. As Nicky Hager said, its normal use is to prevent political embarrassment. As in Australasia, it is a term largely used to protect their secret political assets.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 14blog post22 September 2020Cryptome
Andy Worthington
Cassandra Fairbanks
Christian Grothoff
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Following defence witness Professor Grothoff, the only further evidence heard was the reading by Edward Fitzgerald QC of the gist of a statement from Cassandra Fairbanks. I did not hear most of this because, having adjourned to 4.30pm, the court re-adjourned earlier than advertised, while Julian’s dad John Shipton, the musician M.I.A. and I were away having a coffee.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 15blog post23 September 2020James Lewis
Michael Kopelman
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
The only possible conclusion from yesterday’s testimony is that the performance of the representative of the United States Government (James Lewis QC) was, in and of itself, full and sufficient evidence that there is no possibility that Julian Assange will receive fair consideration and treatment of his mental health issues within the United States system. The US Government has just demonstrated that to us, in open court, to perfection.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 16blog post24 September 2020Quinton Deeley
Seena Fazel
ADX Florence
Special Administrative Measures
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
"As James Lewis QC and Edward Fitzgerald QC exchange pleasantries, as the friendly clerks try to make the IT systems work, and my mind swims in horrified disbelief. They are discussing a fate for Julian Assange, my friend, as horrible as that of the thousands who over 500 years were dragged from this very spot and strung up outside. They are all chatting and working away as though we were a normal part of civilised society."
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 17blog post25 September 2020Cryptome
Internet Archive
James Lewis
Michael Kopelman
Rachel Daly
Nigel Blackwood
Sondra Crosby
Edward Fitzgerald
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
I am going to write to Judge Baraitser applying for a copy of the transcript of Lewis cross-examining Professor Kopelman on the razor blade, with a view to reporting James Lewis QC to the Bar Council. I do wonder whether the General Medical Council might not have reason to consider the practice of Dr Rachel Daly in this case.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 7blog post9 September 2020Clive Stafford Smith
Mark Feldstein
Gordon Kromberg
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Today we had two expert witnesses, who had both submitted lengthy written testimony relating to one indictment, which was now being examined in relation to a new superseding indictment, exchanged at the last minute, and which neither of them had ever seen. I am obliged to say that I simply cannot believe the blatant abuse of process that is unfolding before my eyes in this courtroom.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 8blog post10 September 2020Gordon Kromberg
Trevor Timm
Paul Rogers
James Lewis
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
As Trevor Timm testified today, senior prosecutors in the US Justice Department had opposed this prosecution as unconstitutional and refused to be involved. President Trump was left with this discredited right wing sleazeball, Gordon Kromberg. Now here we are at the Old Bailey, with a floundering James Lewis clutching at this oaf Kromberg for intellectual support.
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 9blog post15 September 2020Babar Ahmad
Abu Qatada
James Lewis
Eric Lewis
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
Craig Murray: "It has taken me literally all night to write this up – it is now 8.54am – and I have to finish off and get back into court. The six of us allowed in the public gallery, incidentally, have to climb 132 steps to get there, several times a day. As you know, I have a very dodgy ticker; I am with Julian’s dad John Shipton who is 78; and another of us has a pacemaker."
Document:Your Man in the Public Gallery: the Assange Hearing Day 6blog post2 March 2020Kristinn Hrafnsson
Belmarsh Prison
Vanessa Baraitser
Old Bailey
Julian Assange/Imprisonment
If you asked me to sum up today in a word, that word would undoubtedly be “railroaded”. it was all about pushing through the hearing as quickly as possible and with as little public exposure as possible to what is happening. Access denied, adjournment denied, exposition of defence evidence denied, removal of superseding indictment charges denied.
File:Smith.pdfemailMay 2006Craig Murray