Julian Assange Rape Inquiry Is Dropped But His Criminal Troubles Continue To Be Tremendous

“The war, the proper war, is just commencing,” he added, referring to legal battles with Britain and potentially the United States.
It is possible Mr. Assange could slip out in the night, but he would still be a wanted man.
Kenneth Roth, the executive director of Human Rights Watch, said Mr. Assange should not be charged on current evidence.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested last month that arresting Mr. Assange was “a priority” as part of a crackdown on leaks.
PhotoWith Ecuador pressing Britain to allow Mr. Assange passage to Ecuador to receive political asylum there, according to the Ecuadorean foreign minister, Guillaume Long, British authorities may choose to be quietly rid of the troublesome Mr. Assange, who has been costly to surveil.

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