Should sanctions be put on Ecuador?
Granting asylum to rapists and individuals known to have stolen confidential government documents should be sanctioned. This behavior is downright nasty, though I'm not surprised coming from yet another corrupted left-wing South American government. All I'm wondering know is if the Brits will arrest him before he leaves the country. Once he leaves that embassy, he's not protected.
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
- KiniLv 78 years ago
Julian Assange is a hero. He exposed the lies and dirty secrets of the British and American military who committed atrocities and crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan and even now.
Julian Assange did not steal state secrets. He published online in Wikileaks material given to him and the New York Times and several European papers published the same informatin.
The criminals are the military and should be punished, not the person who revealed what they were doing.
He has not been charged with any sexual crimes and Sweden does not even want to talk to him. It is a ruse to get him to Sweden because the U.S. wants him extradited here for no crimes at all except letting the world know the truth.
I am fed up with the power the U.S. has over other countries. We can pay them off and threaten to attack them. I never dreamed the U.S. would act like criminals and be above the law.
- 8 years ago
He was set up from the beginning and to extradited to Sweden is a death sentence without a jury in the USA. So no there should be no sanctions. This is not Hitler or Bin Laden or some other person who deserves such attention as Julian has got.
Please watch these videos and make an informative choice for yourself.
scroll down to watch Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino's full statementSource(s): A very informative 46 minute program that explains why I see it as I do. http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2012/07/19/...