An idiosyncratic compendium of opinions on Assange, Ecuador and the law
Following an extensive exchange of emails, comments on blog posts, articles in the press and other expressions of personal (and sometimes vehement) views about the Assange affair, I have put on my website a compendium of some of the more interesting and provocative thoughts about the legal and international issues which arise out of it. The compendium, here, is mostly anonymous (except that ‘BB’ is pretty easily identifiable), and of course makes no claim to being comprehensive. It’s just a roundup of some of the views that I have come across and found stimulating. It also reproduces a few key texts.
I doubt if the compendium will warrant careful (or even casual) reading by very many visitors to this website. But those who by background or hobby take a special interest in these rather arcane matters might like to glance through it, at leisure, in case anything in it strikes a spark — or leaps out as spectacularly wrong. Either way, comments of all kinds on specific points in the compendium will be very welcome. Please contribute any such comments here, at the foot of this blog post: there is no provision for comments on the compendium itself.
The compendium can be accessed by clicking —
Why not have a look?