The partner of Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, Stella Moris revealed on Twitter that he received a personal message from Pope Francis. Julian Assange is the Australian activist and founder of Wikileaks.
Stella Moris explained that the chaplain at the prison in Belmarsh, UK delivered the message on Palm Sunday. The United States accuses the founder of WikiLeaks of having revealed classified information and is seeking to extradite and bring him to court. In 2010, Assange published over 250,000 diplomatic documents, many being “confidential.” The Holy See holds these messages to be private and neither confirms nor denies their validity. They are generally seen as gestures of humanitarian support not necessarily an endorsement of the ideas of the person.
After a hard night, Julian woke up this morning to a kind, personal message from Pope Francis @pontifex delivered to his cell door by the prison priest.— Stella Moris #DropTheCharges (@StellaMoris1) March 28, 2021
Our family wishes to express our gratitude to the many Catholics and other Christians campaigning for his freedom. #Assange pic.twitter.com/QwHDDvxVqH
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