Last Monday evening up to 1,000 people gathered in central London to hear internationally acclaimed musician Roger Waters (of Pink Floyd) deliver a musical tribute to imprisoned WikiLeaks’ publisher Julian Assange. Waters performed outside the UK Home Office, just a few miles from the high security Belmarsh Prison where Julian is being held as a Category A prisoner, singing Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here” written by him and David Gilmour in 1975. Veteran investigative journalist and film maker John Pilger delivered an impassioned speech and was joined by Julian’s brother Gabriel Shipton. The event appears to have been the subject of a main-stream media blackout, except by the Morning Star and the television station RT. But it can be found on YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBBVCwBHC3M ).