So can we have him now?
Might be a bit late to shut this down now
Too little, too late?
The “lady of the house”?
“Hong Kong is seen drifting, if not overwhelmed by powerful torrents of public discontent and anger.”
“Hello world and hello freedom.”
Activists: Protests still on.
“[T]he more they suppress us, the more we will fight back.”
“But would I want to stand in the way of Julian Assange facing justice? No, I would not.”
Someone’s options are narrowing
And it’s not pretty
Immediately suspicious of cooperation
Tug of war
Assange to get extradited to … Sweden?
Conspiracy to hack?
The spy who got thrown out into the cold
“Spoiled brat” … and worse.
A Chelsea exit?
But will we be able to get hold of him?
I’d thought we put this story behind us a month ago, but a headline tweeted out by the Jerusalem Post …
“China’s revenge will be far worse than detaining a Canadian.”
“There is a path for Mr. Assange to take the decision to exit into near freedom.”
Somebody is wrong, but who?
Unless you just want to murder the guy
Denying his fundamental freedoms
Pull the other one, sir. It’s got bells on it
Slow, but still furious.
An escape hatch may be opening
From guest to pest
Jailbirds, but not for too long
Things aren’t looking up
We have some particularly odd allies these days
Sometimes Christian forgiveness can go too far
You’re going to need a bigger boat
Your status as a fugitive criminal precludes your request.
Not so fast there, freak show
Let’s not make a deal
Sure… come stay in one of our lovely prisons
A deal we might be able to cut
“There’s not 51 votes to dismiss it before the managers get to call the case.”
“significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning…”
“It is certainly not how the executive, current or in the future, should handle such a call.”