International Terrorist Julian Assange One Step Closer to American Justice - Page 2
It's fascinating to hear our leaders praising freedom of speech, and urging other nations to allow their citizens more right to express themselves without fear. For many countries striving to free themselves from tyranny, social media sites have become the main avenue for free communication, yet our leaders see no hypocrisy in trying to exercise the same sort of government control over these sites that they condemn elsewhere. They have become so obsessed with bringing down Julian Assange, that they show no concern for the freedoms that they claim to hold so dear.
Julian Assange's legal team believe that, as he isn't an American citizen, and hasn't committed any crime in the U.S., American courts have no jurisdiction. The international community is growing increasingly puzzled by what they see as America's obsession with what is already yesterday's news, and never such a big deal to begin with. What foreigners fail to understand is the monstrous egos of our elected officials. Some of those egos have been seriously bruised by the head of WikiLeaks, and “justice” must be pursued.
Using whatever methods necessary, U.S. officials will undoubtedly get their hands on Julian Assange. What a triumph for American justice and democracy, and what an example for other countries struggling for their rights.