Assange Calls for US to End ‘Witch-Hunt’
LONDON — WikiLeaks founder and wanted fugitive Julian Assange made a defiant statement from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London Sunday, railing against the United States and other countries he says are persecuting people who exercise their right to free speech. But he did not give any indication of his own plans, as he can not leave the embassy or British police will arrest him. Assange stood in the doorway of a small balcony to address dozens of supporters and many more reporters ...
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