Assange has been a political prisoner for most of a decade and he still is one today, not a criminal hacker.
Note that Ecuador revoked asylum, nationality 24h after we exposed illegal spying on Assange, his lawyers and doctors, and just days before the UN Rapporteurs on Torture and Privacy were set to meet Assange to investigate rights violations in the embassy. https://t.co/vvbZBOgCwL
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) April 11, 2019
Like death, injustice comes even though we don't want it to. And the arrest of Assange for committing journalism, is an injustice like death. https://t.co/DJJ43fF70P
— Saskboy (@saskboy) April 11, 2019
— Saskboy (@saskboy) April 12, 2019
I think there's more to the story than this. How bad a government do you have to be to storm an embassy and haul out a journalist to what could become his death, less than a year after #Khashoggi?
— John Klein (@JohnKleinRegina) April 12, 2019