The Torture of Assange: A Blight on the US Justice System

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been forced to spend nearly 3,000 days in solitary confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. His crime? He isn’t charged with anything. But the neocons and warmongers in the US government want to put him in a box – or worse – for publishing government secrets. Wait…isn’t that what all journalists do? Yes, that is what they are supposed to do. So isn’t the persecution of Assange actually an attack on the free press? Yes. What can we do to help Assange? Our ideas in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

5 thoughts on “The Torture of Assange: A Blight on the US Justice System”

  1. Thanks. A decent, timely and brave initiative.
    Julian, as with eminent scholars like Stephen Cohen and journalists like Glenn Greenwald, among many others, have now been branded “Russian agents” and as such can be delegitimized, dehumanized and ultimately killed. Yes, this is the point we’ve reached in America. No dystopian nightmare could have foreseen this development.

  2. Assange has never been accused of giving false reports . You would think the better informed people the better chance of running a honest democracy . But i’am not sure that is what the United States is running now days

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