posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 01:34 PM
"They clearly will not spare any expense but to keep Mr Assange in jail."
"He must also surrender his passport, obey a curfew at an address in Suffolk, wear an electronic tag and report to a local police station every
So with those conditions its just a bit cheaper than keeping him locked up.
The article contains some very good points regarding the law and the politics involved in this case.
In some ways it seems the courts/government are helping him, but is this just for show?
Is Julian using them, does he have something on them? Or do they want to control him, seduce him even, after all he might have more foriegn intel that
even MI6 could manage to muster.
The plot seems to be getting so large and interconnected that its easy to see many possible outcomes from this. These outcomes could come to fruition
from any small decision or event that may come to pass.
Although I cant work out or begin to predict what is or is not going to happen, I am at least happy to be on the ride.
Any thoughts/scenarios more than welcome!
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 14/12/2010 by LestatG because: Changed 16 to MI6, suppose th