Innocent until guilty
Wikiwatchers fully support the principle of innocent until proven guilty for criminal proceedings.
While we will point out errors and omissions in public statements, this should not be taken as an indication of either guilt or innocence. The verdict itself should be based on the evidence itself (accurately represented) and is the domain of the Swedish courts if the matter progresses that far.
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Category Archives: News
GetUp! campaign video from Australia analysed; serious errors of fact found. From the “Analysis” menu and on the main menu while new. Spread the love of Julian Assange
Where are they now? High-profile people who have given public support to Julian Assange – their opinions after seeing some of the facts on this site. Spread the love of Julian Assange
We hear that Swedes are puzzled by the high-profile protests. We try to explain why this is, and ask for help to clarify: available on the “Viewpoints” menu and also on the main menu bar while it is fresh. Spread … Continue reading
Help us spread the facts and counter the hype. See “Volunteer” menu. Spread the love of Julian Assange
Some mullings on the recent statements by various human rights campaingers on the Assange case. Under the “Viewpoints” menu. Spread the love of Julian Assange
The back-and-forth of debate; articles, rebuttals, tweet wars. All here on the new “Claims and counterclaims” menu. Spread the love of Julian Assange
Has Assange been charged? Rudling thinks so. Our views are here, under the “Charged?” menu. We expect more information in the upcoming weeks on this one – so watch out for it. Spread the love of Julian Assange