A sit-in in front of the US Consulate in Naples: “Enough of wars and state secrets.. Julian Assange’s freedom.” The journalist faces 175 years in prison.
Stop wars and state secrets: Julian Assange’s freedom.: The banner was raised in front of the US Consulate during a protest sit-in in Naples today promoted by independent and student networks who have long protested around the world against the extradition request and sentenced to 175 years in prison for the Australian journalist currently detained in England.
Three years after the brutal arrest of journalist Julian Assange, Before the British Home Secretary signs his extradition to the United Statesit is more urgent than ever to mobilize ourselves and create strong public pressure to prevent the extradition of Julian Assange, which is now imminent,” explained the heroes of the sit-in in front of the US Consulate. Julian Assange, Australia, Published in 2006 on the WikiLeaks platform, which was specially created , confidential information and documents of the United States government.
In 2012 Julian Assange was granted political asylum at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, but after seven years the Ecuadorean government revoked his status and in 2019 he ended up trying Belmarsh in London. The extradition order may arrive for him on April 20: in fact, Assange risks being extradited to the United States of America, where 175 years in prison await him. They again explained from the protest committees “Therefore we urgently need a widespread outreach to get all our pressure and our will to demand justice and thus the release of Julian Assange to the British government.”
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