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Everyone should see Assange's speech

Every American should view Julian Assange's speech from his second floor perch at the Ecuadorean embassy in London imploring President Obama to renounce the U.S. witch hunt of WikiLeaks, restore respect and freedom to journalists worldwide, and end the persecution of Private Bradley Manning for his heroic role in revealing the truth about America's shameful Middle East wars.

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Every Englishman should view Julian Assange's speech from his second floor perch at the Ecuadorean embassy in London castigating the British government for their despicable attempt to storm the Ecuadorean embassy in violation of the Vienna Convention and all decent diplomatic process to grab Assange for his eventual deliverance to a U.S. kangaroo court.

Every Swede should view Julian Assange's speech from his second floor perch at the Ecuadorean embassy in London and ask their government why they won't interview Assange in his London Ecuadorean sanctuary about the sexual assault charges that mysteriously popped up after the WikiLeaks revelations exploded, or why they won't guarantee his safety from Uncle Sam's tentacles should he answer the charges in Sweden.

Every Ecuadorean should view Julian Assange's speech from his second floor perch at the Ecuadorean embassy in London and be thankful they live in a country that takes freedom of the press, human rights and the rule of law seriously in the face of overwhelming pressure from the bullies in Washington and London who care not a whit about them.

I saw the speech and I stand with Julian Assange.

Walt Zlotow

Glen Ellyn

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