JULIAN ASSANGE – REVISITED

By COURTENAY BARNETT There is at core here a moral issue – going  well beyond the questions of the  legalities involved. At the juncture of three and a half years of being a ‘political asylum’ refugee in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, a United Nations panel decided that Julian Assange had been subjected to  “arbitrary detention” by the … Continue reading JULIAN ASSANGE – REVISITED