While the perpetrators of those war crimes were never charged, Assange, the publisher of the documentation revealing them, faces a possible U.S. prison sentence of 175 years in what will effectively be solitary confinement. Free Speech, Free Julian Assange!
"it’s the same story as always, just like Glasgow. It’s those the voices in the street which can end this tragedy of the Assange torture and persecution, like everything else, like the civil rights movement, like the social democratic initiatives in the 1930s, the New Deal measures, like the antiwar movement, like the women’s movement, everything, always the same answer."
Four years after Julian Assange passed through the gates of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, asking for asylum, people from all over the world join their voices in order to ask that this unbelievable persecution is brought to an end.