Persecution of Julian Assange Must End

Ryan Carboni ryacko at
Sat Jun 23 10:46:17 PDT 2018

This is a principle that is uncontroversial, that the state's actions
against citizens must be limited and subject to open and transparent
processes, not by a consensus of people selected to form the consensus, and
that the government itself is not infallible (exemplified by the omniscient
US government thinking Snowden was on a Bolivian plane).

Of course Assange is an Ecuadorian citizen, so if they wanted to, they
could have him leave the embassy through temporary diplomatic status,
particularly since he isn't accused of any crime by the British.

Naturally this won't happen, as he is a bargaining chip in the current
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