Aug 19, 2012 by RussiaToday
Julian Assange makes his first public appearance in two months, ever since he took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. The WikiLeaks founder was granted political asylum on Thursday — a decision that ignited a wave of international responses, with the UK and Sweden opposing the verdict and Latin American countries strongly supporting Ecuador’s move. MORE INFO & PHOTOS: http://on.rt.com/2gkwzk
‘Manning a hero, US war on whistleblowers must end’ – Assange FULL
Aug 19, 2012 by RussiaToday
Julian Assange has called for the U.S. to stop its witch hunt against whistleblowers and also thanked Ecuador for granting him political asylum. He made his long-awaited statement on the balcony of the Latin American country’s London embassy surrounded by British police, who were ready to sweep him into custody if he set foot outside the building. RT’s Laura Smith is outside that embassy in London.
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Assange and Manning are messengers.
The US would shoot the messengers.
Power mad politicians eliminate all dissenting voices.
Human rights and free speech are being eliminated.
Politicians in power seek to place themselves above the law.
Their blood lust must not be delayed.
Democracy is disintegrating on our watch.