Julian Assange expresses his anger against the British government
Today, in an interview with The Mail on Sunday, Julian Assange expressed his anger that he has been denied what he sees as his human rights by the British government. This arrogant individual – who imposed himself upon the Ecuadorian embassy in Knightsbridge in June 2012 – has no right to complain: he chose this course of action and it is time he accepted that.
In the interview, conducted by Sarah Oliver, Assange rants:
“Why are they burning £240,000 a month on me which could be better spent on hospital beds, meals for the needy or teachers’ salaries? The Metropolitan Police Service has now spent in excess of £7 million on guarding the embassy, which is a ridiculous waste of taxpayers’ money”.
He is right but the solution is simple. The bail skipper Julian Assange should walk out into Hans Crescent and hand himself in. He has nothing to fear from the proper course of justice and it is time he faced it.
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