Friday, February 11, 2011

Julian Assange's Mother Wrote Letter to Australian FM Demanding to Stop Her Son Being Expelled to Sweden

BRISBANE - Christine Assange, mother of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, reportedly written and delivered by hand an eight-page note to Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd's Brisbane electorate office, in which it requested government to take needed action to stop her son from being expelled to Sweden or put on trial in the US.

She advocated FM to make sure that Sweden stops the progress of the extradition lawsuit, which is currently being prosecuted in London, against her son over sexual attack charges. 

Ms Assange further demanded the Kevin Rudd to ask the US government to end stirring aggression against her son, Julian Assange, and to act against those who are intimidating him.

Even though she commended Foreign Minister for supporting her son verbally, Ms Assange maintained that the words and action are quite contradicting in the case of her son, Julian Assange.

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