Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli rebutting Amnesty Sweden pro-government stance in #Assange case




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Published on Mar 18, 2016

Journalist Eric Sandberg, KILTR, Scotland, interviewed the Chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights and Editor-in-Chief of The Indicter magazine, Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli. The subject of the interview being the Swedish case vs Assange, and the debate with Amnesty Sweden that recently SWEDHR and The Indicter held [http://thindicter.com]. The interview was conducted from Scotland with Skype connection to Sweden on the 17 of March.

KILTR had prior the interview also asked Amnesty Sweden and the Swedish government for statements on The Indicter article-series. The government replied mailing a document containing the official statement of Sweden on the UNWGAD ruling ref. the arbitrary detention of Julian Assange. For its part, Amnesty sent a comment on the article in The Indicter.

In rebutting the position of the government and that of the Swedish prosecutors, the professor put forward the essential criticism about the management of the case, which he characterized as having a political content. At this same occasion, Ferrada de Noli rebutted thoroughly the terms against The Indicter. He restated that the SWEDHR criticism was purely based on facts and that both the statement of Amnesty Sweden (16 April) and the comment sent to KILTR avoided to met the real criticism raised by the article series in the Indicter [See http://thindicter.com].

IndependenceLive also uploaded in YouTube the interview in its original, live-version; but it is given here in a shorter edition containing only the main statements.

SWEDHR Research & Reports published at http://reports.swedhr.org/kiltr-inter... a summary with the content of the replies to principal questions in the interview.


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