An angry mother speaks this time. She says the United States has an ‘American Fatwah’ against her brave son. “His case is huge … My son’s legal and human rights should be protected.”
Concerned that she is, Christine Assange now takes up her son Julian Assange’s case, saying their country has failed them.
Hear Christine’s anguish as she talks to ABC’s Jon Faine wherein she says the Australian Government have been derelict in their duty.
Meanwhile, in her letter to Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Kevin Rudd, 59-year-old Christine Assange demanded that he take up the WikiLeaks founder’s case or resign.
“As far as I am aware you have made no diplomatic protest to Sweden for their abuse of my son’s legal and human rights, nor have you protested to the US for their incitements to kidnap and murder,” she wrote.
You may also like: Don’t Touch Julian Assange : If the US Justice Department swings into action against Assange, will it not be a clear cut government-media war? Will the United States then also take action against the newspapers and websites that published the controversial tapes? Read here.
[…] Christine Assange has meanwhile joined the force and is seeking support against what she calls an American Fatwa, the defence strongly taken by Assange that he risks being handed over to the US, which is […]