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Julian Assange will not be extradited to the United States, his future and freedom now hang in the balance

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may end up becoming a free man more than 10 years after he helped expose substantial American abuse on a near global scale. A British judge ruled ultimately that Assange would face cruel and unusual treatment in the American justice system and thus dutifully denied the extradition request.

It marks an almost end to a decade long battle on behalf of America to crucify the man who exposed their grave abuse against modern societies around the world.

Now a fairly unDemocratic country has offered Assange political asylum. According to Buzzfeed News, Mexico has made a surprising offer to spring Assange from prosecution and allow him into the country for good. The problem with Mexico is that Mexico isn’t exactly a country where free speech is welcome. In allot of the cases like these either the government or controlling drug cartels end up intervening.

“It is a triumph of justice. I celebrate that England acted in this way because Assange is a journalist and deserves a chance,” Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said as he made his offer.

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