Clearing the FOG
On October 8, people around the world will take action to demand that Julian Assange be freed. Tens of thousands of people have registered to surround the British Parliament on that day. In the United States, people will demonstrate at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC. Clearing the FOG speaks with Randy Credico, a political satirist, host of Live on the Fly: Assange Countdown to Freedom, and an organizer on behalf of Julian Assange. Credico describes his meetings with Assange while he was in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, provides an update on Assange’s legal case and discusses his work to raise awareness about the importance of defending Assange, including his current billboard campaign.
Clearing the FOG spoke to Randy Credico, host of Live On The Fly: Assange Countdown to Freedom, about Julian as a person and the struggle to bring him home.
Randy Credico, host of Live on the Fly: Assange Countdown to Freedom, is a political satirist, civil rights activist and former director of The William Moses Kunstler Fund For Racial Justice. Randy has an uncanny knack for circumventing mainstream media disinformation and official stonewalling to bring you live-audio debriefings and analysis from lawyers, journalists, whistle blowers, organizers and activists who are fighting to protect Assange from a lifetime sentence behind the bars of a U.S. maximum security penitentiary.Randy visited Julian at the Ecuadoran embassy in London and is actively coordinating public support for him in the U.S. and abroad. Because Randy is adept at evading news blackouts and cutting through official stonewalling, Live on the Fly delivers gripping live-audio debriefings and analyses from the defense attorneys, witnesses, journalists, activists and many more.
Campaign created by Randy Credico uses trucks with giant billboards on the streets of DC calling for the release of Julian Assange.