Assange To Remain Behind Bars After Prison Term Ends on September 22nd

Assange appeared in court again via video link in a loose fitting t-shirt today. It appears his lawyers chose not to apply for bail. The judge ordered he remain in jail because of his history of absconding. His sentence will have been served September 22nd.

The question many of us are asking is why didn’t Wikileaks alert us to this court hearing? Why didn’t his lawyers apply for bail? It is unusual for a defendant being held on remand to remain in jail.

Assange should be free.

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2 thoughts on “Assange To Remain Behind Bars After Prison Term Ends on September 22nd

  1. Shona Davidson

    Really concerned about Julian Assange’s health and safety.
    I don’t know why we did not hear of this.
    Will he be moved to another facility?
    Where should we address our letters to him?
    Thank you for the update.

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  2. margaret grace richardson

    well. maybe time for new lawyers .. why didn’t they apply for bail . and indeed , why on earth were we not informed of the hearing .. what’s going on jen?

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