The Legal Implications of WikiLeaks Founder, Julian Assange’s Arrest

Last Thursday, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had his political asylum revoked by the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Six and a half years after his asylum began, Assange finally now faces extradition to the United States of America for the leaking of information that was in the public interest and exposing the brutal war crimes that the United States of America were committing in Iraq and Afghanistan. Kevin Boreham, former ANU Law Teacher joined us to unpack the legal ramifications of Assange’s arrest.

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