Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Offers Support For Julian Assange: “A Heroic Whistleblower Who Stood Up For Democracy And Against The Surveillance State”

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Offers Support For Julian Assange: “A Heroic Whistleblower Who Stood Up For Democracy And Against The Surveillance State”
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It looks like not all politicians and blind and deaf to the crucial case of Julian Assange. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has just offered his support via X.

Supporting Julian Assange

“Please SIGN THIS PETITION for the immediate pardon and release of Julian Assange, the publisher and activist who founded WikiLeaks and is now in jail facing life imprisonment and extradition. He’s a heroic whistleblower who stood up for democracy and against the surveillance state. It’s time we stood up for Julian Assange the way he stood up for us,” he posted on X.

You can also sign the petition that he shared:

Kennedy also stated:

“The CIA and the Biden administration claim that Julian Assange conspired with Chelsea Manning to “hack” and therefore steal top-secret information. Their entire case is hinged on this. But this has NEVER been proven and Chelsea Manning has repeatedly claimed this is false and that she NEVER had to ‘hack’ anything. Manning says that she had full, readily available access to the information she passed along to WikiLeaks.”

He continued: I’m going to pardon Assange and Snowden on Day 1. I’m going to build a statue to Assange somewhere near the Washington Press Club and a statue to Snowden outside CIA HQ in Langley as a civics lesson to the Republic. So, in essence, Chelsea Manning is the one who committed the crime of sharing state secrets and spent 7 years in prison for this. Yet, the publisher to whom she leaked the information is standing trial to be extradited to the United States to face a 175-year prison sentence.”

Assange exposed the CIA, among others, and he should not be in jail.

The British High Court in London began a hearing on Tuesday to consider Julian Assange’s final appeal against his extradition to the U.S. Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is facing espionage charges in the U.S. for publishing classified U.S. military documents.

The hearing continued on Wednesday, and if unsuccessful, this could be his final appeal. Supporters of Assange demonstrated around the world, seeking his release from prison.

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Stay tuned for more news about the matter, as the whole world is watching.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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