With news that there will be no easy way out for Julian Assange, I find myself empathising with those stuck in the middle – the diplomatic staff of the Ecuadorian embassy.
Julian Assange has been charged under the Espionage Act, one which is usually waved around by the US government, but seldom enforced.
The recent ‘Right to Know’ campaign sees our MSM fighting for a press freedom. Ironically, they’re silent over the treatment of Julian Assange.
Julian Assange fronting court only succeeded in revealing the Kafka-esque nature of the case against him.
With Julian Assange set to be judged early next year, if we were to free him, it would be an act that would revitalise our confused national identity.