Quite the contrary, Sir: It is those governments who, through #WarCrimes, #Torture & #Corruption, violated very clear laws, breached international security & betrayed their own countries & the #UN. These are the ones deserving prosecution, not #Assange, who exposed their crimes.
This is an issue that I don't think the UN should be involved in. Assange betrayed his own country (Australia) & it's allies. America is quite right to seek prosecution for breaches of security & giving secure documents to it's rivals. He knowingly breached very clear laws.

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Why is it so hard for people to look at the Bad Guys instead of the guy who exposed them? Are we really THAT allergic to bad news that we'd rather kill the messenger than pay attention to the message?
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We’ve been effectively conditioned in favor of authority.
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Exposing #WarCrimes is not betrayal in any case but particularly not when the country whose crimes are being revealed is not one’s own! The US has charges against #Assange, not #Australia.
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He isn't very vigilant about his grammar. Its* and its*.
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In fact, if #JulianAssange & Chelsea Manning had not reported on those crimes, they would've been complicit in covering them up.
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Thank you. As a target, you have summed this reality up very eloquently. This corruption of secrecy and power is the fight we have on our hands.
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Correct
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Nils you are my hero!! one of the good guys, the way that the Government are breaking human rights laws and trying to make human rights and #UN a joke, you sir are doing your job, unlike many at @hrw thank God for you Nils, with you all the way β€οΈπŸ™πŸ‘
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