Pamela Anderson describes Julian Assange as innocent man

Pamela Anderson described Wednesday WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as world’s most innocent man after meeting him at the Belmarsh prison.

Pamela Anderson describes Julian Assange as innocent man

Accompanied by WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, the actor and model said a fight is in progress to save the innocent man’s life.

WikiLeaks described the meeting as first social visit for Assange after his arrest by police from Ecuador embassy in London where he was in asylum since 2012.

Meanwhile, Assange’s extradition to United States is under way and he opted to fight for it.

Anderson said, “He does not deserve to be in a supermax prison. He has never committed a violent act. He is an innocent person.”

She added that Assange is cut off from everybody, unable to use a library, not allowed to speak to his children and not been able to access the internet.

She said further, “We need to save his life. That is how serious it is.”

Accompanied by WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, the actor and model said a fight is in progress to save the innocent man’s life.

Assange declined last Thursday in a court appearance a chance to consent to extradition even after pressure from lawyers for US to take him across the Atlantic.

Apart from all these, the Swedish prosecutors also said could reopen investigation of rape charges against Assange.

Related Stories

Assange drops surrender option, decides legal battle against US extradition
Assange used embassy as center for spying: Ecuador

Paul Linus