WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange’s lawyer and wife react to his freedom


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Human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson said Julian Assange had pleaded guilty in order to secure his release and accused the U.S. of creating “the criminalization of journalism.” Stella Assange said she hoped her husband would find the space to recover “slowly … and quickly.”



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