‘Hope For Assange?’ Ron Paul Interviews Julian’s Brother Gabriel Shipton

From today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Julian Assange’s brother Gabriel Shipton joins the Liberty Report in-studio today to discuss his new film, ithaca, detailing the family struggle to release one of the greatest journalists of our time from the grip of the US and UK governments. Don’t miss a screening of the film near you: https://ithaka.movie/

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “‘Hope For Assange?’ Ron Paul Interviews Julian’s Brother Gabriel Shipton”

  1. I don’t go to the movies very often but I will see Ithaka when it plays near my home. I feel sorry for Julian Assange. He was in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for years and had no way of leaving. Now, he is in jail and the US is trying to extradite him. I wish he could go where he would be safe like Snowden.

    1. For the administration, any U.S. administration, to use the Espionage Act of 1917 to extradite and prosecute Assange is the most ridiculous thing the administration could attempt. Assange is a journalist. He was not, and is not a U.S. citizen. He was not an employee of any U.S. government institution. There is no foundation for any prosecution of Assange as a person who has committed treason. None. My educated guess is that the U.S. administration does not really want to extradite him, rather, the administration wants to see the man break down physically to the point that he will die where he is at. That is the plan for Assange, as I see it, as well as the plan for any investigative journalist who would dare bare to the world our inhumanity.

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