Sunday, 12 December 2010

Conspiracy Against WikiLeaks Deprives Man of Writing Instruments

Reading the WikiLeaks latest, I couldn't resist a free association with the post of September, 25: "Catholic Conspiracy Deprives Man of Ink."

Arrested on December, 7 Julian Assange was transferred to the segregation unit of Wandsworth prison. His lawyer protested that Assange "doesn't have access to a computer, even without an internet connection, or to writing material. He's got some files but doesn't have any paper to write on and put them in."

"Pen, ink and paper to be forbidden a man is an extraordinary restraint," the defenders of Titus Oates protested in 1769.


2 comments:

  1. Good one! The truth will emerge without writing instruments.

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  2. LONG LIVE JULIAN ASSANGE AND OTHER HUMAN BEINGS THAT CHERISH JUSTICE!

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