What a Long, Assange Trip It's Been
The 'R' Word
In 1998, when Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was arrested in London following an extradition request from Spain, his lawyer Balthazar Garzon requested extradition to Spain for prosecution. Instead, Britain allowed the man responsible for the murder and disappearance of at least 3,000 people, and the torture of 30,000 people, including the rape and sexual abuse of more than 3,000 women often with the use of dogs, to return to Chile. Assange has not even been charged; yet the determination to have him extradited is much greater than ever it was with Pinochet – and Get This: Baltasar Garzón, whose request for extradition of Pinochet was denied, is representing Assange.
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