The appeal hearing at the High Court which will decide Julian Assange’s immediate fate has been set for Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th October. This is a watershed moment in the most important press freedom case of the 21st century. If the appeal court upholds the decision to refuse extradition to the US made by Westminster Magistrates Court last January it will make it very difficult for the US to continue to seek extradition.
We encourage you to make every effort to keep this case in in the forefront of the attention of both politicians and the public.
Please publicise these two important public events through all the networks and social media channels available to you. And please do come along to these events and encourage as many others as possible to come with you.
Demonstration: Saturday 23 October, 1pm, assemble at BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place for a march to the High Court.
On the day of the appeal, Wednesday 27th October, 9am, assemble outside the High Court, the Strand.