Australia Confirmed To Be Working Working With Julian Assange
Julian Assange is now back in the news after reports broke that Australia was likely providing the owner of Wikileaks with consular assistance. Assange was cleared of Swedish rape charges a year ago, however, his freedom from global government persecution has yet to relent. Some reports suggested that John Kerry’s visit to London last year was an indication of more probing into ways to get Assange into United States custody.
Today, however, things seem to be brighter for the infamous Assange, who exposed DNC corruption throughout the entirety of the 2016 Presidential campaign. According to Assange’s lawyer, Jennifer Robinson, Australia could extend there help to new asylum seeing that Assange is a citizen of the country.
Robinson spoke to Australia’s 7News over the unfolding events.
This week Julian Assange was back in the headlines again after it was confirmed Australia is providing him with consular assistance following a visit from two officials from the High Commission in London. #WikiLeaks #7News pic.twitter.com/AZXB5OCAVY
— 7 News Melbourne (@7NewsMelbourne) June 9, 2018
Author: Jim Satney
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