Assange’s Father Speaks Out, Calls Oppression of WikiLeaks Founder a “Great Crime of 21st Century”
IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 20 Jul 2020
An extended interview with Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, who condemns the US, UK, and Australian governments for their “11 years of ceaseless psychological torture” of the WikiLeaks publisher.
Tags: Activism, Assange, Big Brother, Ecuador, Human Rights, Journalism, Justice, Media, Surveillance, Sweden, Torture, UK, UN, USA, Violence, Whistleblowing, WikiLeaks
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