Ecuador's 'free speech' double standard
Tue, 21 Aug 2012 10:45p.m.
Ecuador's president has remained defiant after giving asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
In an interview with state television he warned Britain not to enter the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
However, as Dominic Waghorn reports, Mr Assange’s support for freedom of speech may be in contrast to the rights of the Ecuadorian people themselves.
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22/08/2012 12:19:40 p.m.
United States of America need to guarantee Julian Assange safety, yet they fail again to provide transparency
22/08/2012 9:34:47 a.m.
thanks to wikileaks i know your lies!
22/08/2012 7:10:31 a.m.
Total BS, The MSM will NEVER print the FACT that Rafael Correa uncovered the PLOT by the US to undermine his country and STEAL Ecuadors oil riches thanks to Wiki leaks detailing the TREASON by the US Ambassador.
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