Julian Assange dying in UK prison

Julian Assange is an Australian journalist, computer programmer, and activist who rose to prominence as the founder of WikiLeaks, a non-profit organization that publishes classified information and news leaks from anonymous sources. Assange was born on July 3, 1971, in Townsville, Australia, and grew up in a nomadic family that traveled around the country. Assange started his career as a computer programmer and became interested in the field of cryptography, which involves the secure communication of information. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he was part of a hacker collective known as the International Subversives, which gained access to computer systems belonging to US military contractors and other organizations.
Photo Leaked: This is what the United States and the West did to Julian Assange for reporting the truth. The same people lecturing about misinformation have been killing a whistleblower for telling the world the truth. Not for lying, not for spreading fake news but the truth! In the 2000s, Assange began to focus on journalism and founded WikiLeaks in 2006. The organization's mission was to provide a secure platform for whistleblowers and others to leak sensitive information to the public. Over the years, WikiLeaks has published a wide range of documents related to government and corporate corruption, human rights abuses, and other controversial topics. Assange gained international attention in 2010 when WikiLeaks published a series of leaks that included a video of a US helicopter attack in Iraq that killed civilians, as well as classified documents related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The leaks sparked a global debate about the role of the media in exposing government secrets and raised questions about the legality and ethics of such disclosures. Since then, Assange has been the subject of various legal controversies. In 2010, he was arrested in the UK on charges of sexual assault in Sweden, which he denied. He was later released on bail, but in 2012, he sought asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden. He remained in the embassy for seven years until his asylum was revoked by the Ecuadorian government in 2019. Assange was then arrested by British authorities and is currently in prison in the UK awaiting a decision on his extradition to the United States. The US has charged him with multiple counts of violating the Espionage Act related to the publication of classified documents on WikiLeaks. The case has raised questions about freedom of the press and the role of whistleblowers in exposing government secrets. below is some of comments about him against the Us and UK governments. "The only person who has been arrested and persecuted for the Iraq War, which began, 20 years ago today, is Julian Assange and some soldiers that got stitched up. Not demons like war criminals Tony Blair or George W Bush." "20 years ago today George Bush & Tony Blair launched an illegal war in Iraq, leading to the death of a million people. Today, they're rich, rewarded & free... whilst Julian Assange languishes in prison for exposing their war crimes. The world we live in. @lindseyagerman" Julian Assange speaking in 2011: "The goal is an endless war, not a successful war." The soothsayer of truth back then. Equally applicable today. Western hypocrisy knows no bounds. The British Foreign Secretary is lobbying for the release of an American journalist accused of spying in Russia. Meanwhile, Great Britain is holding the world's most famous journalist , Julian Assange, in a maximum security prison

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