Yesterday was the six month anniversary of Assange being arrested. He has served his prison term for supposedly absconding (he didn’t, he sought political asylum). Six months after Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno revoked Assange’s asylum against international law, the end of Moreno has finally taken place. Ecuadorian citizens protested and the military stood with the protesters. As they say, Karma is a bitch.
A recent letter from Assange to a supporter explains his current situation. (See pic below).
“Thanks.I am in the whale but you are at the surface and have grasped the line. P.S. Belmarsh put all my mail somewhere they couldnt find for the last three months. J.P.A. Belmarsh Londonistan. UK”
Another update regarding Assange, according to the Courage Foundation’s page, is as follows:
On 21st October, Julian Assange will have a case management hearing, dealing with schedule for future hearings & progression of defence.
With few updates from his lawyers and most visitors keeping quiet, update are few and far between and sometimes inaccurate unfortunately. I will do my best to continue to update you.