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'Restore my liberty': Assange pleads for freedom while holed up in embassy

'Restore my liberty': Assange pleads for freedom while holed up in embassy | 06 Feb 2017 | Showing no sign he would give himself up to the U.S., WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange reportedly begged the United Kingdom and Sweden to "do the right thing and restore my liberty" Monday, claiming he deserves freedom. He spoke out one year after a United Nations group found the U.K. and Sweden were "arbitrarily" detaining him. Assange argued, "These two states signed treaties to recognise the U.N. and its human rights mechanisms," the BBC reported.

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he would have to speak the obvious truth regarding the impossible official account of 9/11, instead of saying that he is annoyed by people who disagree with it, before I would begin to care if he lives or dies holed up in that embassy.