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Julian Assange is free and headed to Australia

25 June 2024

11:27 AM

25 June 2024

11:27 AM

Julian Assange is free.

They are words the media never thought would be printed, and yet footage of Assange boarding a plane emerged early this morning.

The High Court in London has granted the WikiLeaks publisher bail. Following the decision, Assange has immediately left the UK and is bound for Australia. It has been reported that he will first land in Bangkok before heading to the Northern Mariana Islands.

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