Brisbane Line: Audio Report of Wikileaks Rally, Thu Dec 9 2010

About 200 people rallied in Brisbane on Thursday, December 9 2010 in support of Wikileaks and its spokesman Julian Assange, who was arrested in London this week. Assange faces charges in Sweden over alleged rape and other sexual offences. He denies the allegations.

Click “play” on this player to listen to a report of the rally:

You can also watch a recording of our live broadcast of the rally – click here for links to the videos.

Andrew Bartlett, former Senator, 4ZZZ Announcer speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209

Andrew Bartlett, former Senator, 4ZZZ Announcer speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209

The first speaker is Andrew Bartlett, 4ZZZ-FM announcer and former Senator.

Other speakers in the report are:

Hamish Chitts, of the Stand Fast anti-war group of war veterans

Hamish Chitts, of the Stand Fast anti-war group of war veterans

Hamish Chitts from anti-war veterans group Stand Fast. (Photo source – Facebook)

Sarah Giles, Justice for Palestine Brisbane speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209

Sarah Giles, Justice for Palestine Brisbane speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209

Sarah Giles from Justice for Palestine Brisbane.

Kathy Newnham of the Pro-Choice Action Collective - File Photo

Kathy Newnham of the Pro-Choice Action Collective - File Photo

Kathy Newnham, local feminist campaigner including with the Pro-Choice Action Collective

Michael Cope, President of the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209

Michael Cope, President of the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties speaks at Wikileaks Rally, Reddacliffe Place, Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland Australia 101209


Michael Cope, President of the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties

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