WikiLeaks' Assange faces arrest if he leaves Ecuador Embassy

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Now the WikiLeaks founder finds himself confined in the surprising setting of Ecuador's London embassy, where he was holed up Wednesday while diplomats discussed his fate and British police waited outside to arrest him if he leaves.
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“Free Speeech in a Free World ”

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Jun 20, 2012
 
Julian could always apply for asylum in his birth country of Australia seeing it has to abide by it's UN. charter of protection for the oppressed as we have seen by the number of people who have arrived in boats as refugees
Oliver Cromwell

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Jun 21, 2012
 
Neville Thompson wrote:
Julian could always apply for asylum in his birth country of Australia seeing it has to abide by it's UN. charter of protection for the oppressed as we have seen by the number of people who have arrived in boats as refugees
The Australian government is just another Bitch of the US empire,they would have the guy on a plane to the US before you could sing the first verse of Waltzing Matilda.
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Jun 21, 2012
 
The world is waiting.

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Jun 21, 2012
 
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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The Australian government is just another Bitch of the US empire,they would have the guy on a plane to the US before you could sing the first verse of Waltzing Matilda.
Julian has a constitutional right to protection within in his birth country

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Jun 21, 2012
 
Guest wrote:
The world is waiting.
It,s time for the fat lady and her chorus to start singing

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Jun 22, 2012
 
Here is a thought:

Britain protected General Augustice Pinochet from prosecution by allowing him refuge within Britain whilst he was wanted in connection with the disappearance and deaths of his own countrymen and women whilst head of his government so why is Julian Assange not afforded the same hospitality doubly for the fact that he did not kill anyone ?
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Jun 22, 2012
 
Neville Thompson wrote:
Here is a thought:
Britain protected General Augustice Pinochet from prosecution by allowing him refuge within Britain whilst he was wanted in connection with the disappearance and deaths of his own countrymen and women whilst head of his government so why is Julian Assange not afforded the same hospitality doubly for the fact that he did not kill anyone ?
Because Pinochet was a Fascist supported by the West,Julian is a pain in their arse and they don't like it,these people think they are above the Law,if he was back in Australia they wouldn't give a rats backside about his rights,they would turn him over to the Reich.
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Jun 22, 2012
 
This r@pist will do anything to save his arse.
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Jun 22, 2012
 
umm wrote:
This r@pist will do anything to save his arse.
Thats when i know you people have lost the argument when you talk Bollocks like that.

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