Last Friday, we were to hear the decision of the Svea Court of Appeal regarding the continued detention of Julian Assange, but the decision was postponed a week at the last minute. Of course this was brought on by Marianne Ny's cringeworthy press conference. The court decision arrived on 16 September instead: continued detention, writes Dick Sundevall for Paragraf.
On 17 December 2010, in the wake of their interception of the Swedish police documents in the Assange case sent by Swedish attorney Björn Hurtig to Jennifer Robinson then at FSI, the Guardian published a series of articles, one of which was written by Esther Addley. 17 December 2010 is a long time ago - nearly six years - but one thing sticks out immediately when revisiting.
"Julian Assange is the victim of unprecedented negative special treatment, and there's been no quality to speak of in Marianne Ny's investigation", writes retired Swedish prosecutor Rolf Hillegren in state-owned Swedish news site SVT Nyheter.
"Thank you, Uppdrag Granskning, for your report on the Assange case", writes Åsa Samsioe at Dagens Juridik. "In contrast to so many other journalists, you seem to do a professional job!"
Years in confined space at the Ecuador embassy, with no chance to go outdoors, and earlier in a house arrest wearing an ankle bracelet, have harmed Julian Assange both physically and mentally, according to a report shown to Uppdrag Granskning's Petter Ljunggren.
It's been six years since Julian Assange was arrested for sex crimes in Sweden. Only after criticism from the Court of Appeals did Marianne Ny act, and apply to interview Assange in London, but still there's been no interview, report Petter Ljunggren, Axel Gordh Humlesjö, and Frida Johansson for Swedish public service news.
Six years on the run from Swedish justice, rape suspect Julian Assange seriously attacks Marianne Ny who leads the investigation, reports Arne Lapidus. "She is a terrible person", Assange tells Uppdrag Granskning.
The United States continues to work on bringing Julian Assange to trial. There is also a possibility that Sweden will surrender him to the US. This according to the programme Uppdrag Granskning to be shown on television this Wednesday evening, reports Stefan Lisinski.
Tuesday 16 August 2016 is the 4th anniversary of Ecuador's granting political asylum to Julian Assange.
9 August 2016
This morning, Julian Assange filed an appeal at Sweden's Court of Appeal of Svea, arguing that Sweden must comply with the UN's February 5th findings that his deprivation of liberty is unlawful and that Sweden must release and compensate him immediately for the harm caused.
9 de Agosto de 2016
Assange presenta apelación pidiendo cumplimiento del dictamen de la ONU
Final arguments in Lauri Love's extradition hearing will be heard at 10am on Monday 25 July at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
Courage, the international organisation that protects whistleblowers and activists, launches a major funding drive for core costs.
Courage, l'organisation internationale qui protège les lanceurs d'alertes et les activistes, lance une importante campagne de financement structurel.
Courage, международная организация которая защищает осведомителей и активистов, запускает большую кампанию по сбору средств на основные расходы.
Today, 3 July 2016, on the birthday of the greatest truth-teller of our times, it might be appropriate to congratulate and celebrate with Julian Assange (and his friends and his cat).
But is is also appropriate to review the persecution he has endured now for so many years. And no one is more suited to that task than the United Nations, as per their ruling from 4 December 2015.
Their description of the conditions of Julian Assange's persecution unequivocally places the Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny in a category solely her own, forever displacing Claes Borgström as the country's (perhaps the world's) most incompetent (and most heinous) jurist ever.
Today Julian Assange celebrates yet another birthday - his 45th - at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. He remains there because the United Kingdom refuse to recognise the 5 February ruling of the United Nations.
The United Kingdom, running lockstep with the United States, prefer to refer to a Swedish court ruling to detain Julian in absentia for the purposes of a questioning the Swedes have refused to undertake over thirty times.
Julian was granted political asylum by Ecuador after it became clear that neither Sweden nor the United Kingdom would do anything to resolve the deadlock, and because it's been the intention of the United Kingdom to send Julian to Sweden, a country which has a special agreement of temporary surrender with the United States, an agreement that supersedes all other agreements and laws.
Guillaume Long of the Foreign Ministry of Ecuador has acknowledged that his country has now received an application for questioning from notorious Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny, but the contents of that request are not yet known.
There will be a birthday celebration outside the embassy at 16:00 BST, with birthday cake and refreshments available.
This Sunday, 19 June 2016, will mark four years that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. For the next seven days, a number of events will take place around the world to bring attention to this situation.
A full schedule of events can be found here.
A full schedule of speakers can be found here.
New speakers and events are being added continually.
This is a world event.
Statement by Michael Moore outside Ecuadorian Embassy, London, posted to Facebook on Friday, 10 June 2016 at 03:15.
Presenting two new grassroots campaigns in support of Julian Assange, both dedicated to resolving the unwillingness of Britain and Sweden to follow the 5 February 2016 ruling of the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.
#BoycottSweden is a grassroots effort to pressure the Swedish government to break the new stalemate in the Assange case and to obey the ruling of the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, using both a blog and an accompanying Twitter account.