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Pamela Anderson visited Assange: We must save his life

The former "Baywatch"Star Pamela Anderson has visited Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is in jail in London. You fear for his life, said the 51-Year-old after

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Pamela Anderson visited Assange: We must save his life

The former "Baywatch"Star Pamela Anderson has visited Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is in jail in London. You fear for his life, said the 51-Year-old after the visit on Tuesday. "We have to save his life. So serious the situation is." The tour through the prison was "shocking," said Anderson prior to the Belmarsh prison.

Anderson had visited Australia several times already during his stay in the Embassy of Ecuador. "He is a good man, he is an incredible human being. I love him. I can't imagine what he went through," said the former Playboy Model. He had sacrificed a lot to bring the truth to light. Wikileaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson, who had accompanied Anderson, said that Assange is", but not broken". He was an "extremely resilient" person. Its resistance force of stirring, therefore, that he did not know that he was innocent.

on the Road with a political message: Pamela Anderson left for their visit to the prison, apparently, a special cloak. Image: AP

On 11. April Assange in London, had been arrested after Ecuador had withdrawn from the Australian political asylum in its Embassy. A British court sentenced the 47-Year-old to 50 weeks jail, because he failed with his escape in the Embassy of Ecuador seven years ago against the bail conditions and the British justice had withdrawn.

Assange had fled in 2012 in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. At this time, he will be to Sweden on allegations of rape and sexual violence brought before the court delivered. The founder of the unveiling platform rejected the allegations and said it was a political case against him. He feared that Sweden might hand him over to the United States, threatens to where to him, because of the Wikileaks released US documents on the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, a process. (red/sda)

Created: 07.05.2019, 18:38 PM

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