Following months of insinuation that he is an accomplice to a crime, Glenn Greenwald told Salon's Brian Beutler that he plans to return to the U.S., essentially on a dare. "On principle I’m going to force the issue."
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“Surveillance breeds conformity”: Salon’s Glenn Greenwald interview; Glenn Greenwald tells us what he'd have done different in why privacy matters and his hope for his new venture by NATASHA LENNARD; FRIDAY, JAN 2014 AM PST; Retrieved
If one asks current or former WikiLeaks associates what their greatest fear is, almost none cites prosecution by their own country. Most trust their own nation's justice system to recognize that they have committed no crime. The primary fear is being turned over to the US. That is the crucial context for understanding Julian Assange's 16-month fight to avoid extradition to Sweden, a fight that led him to seek asylum, Tuesday, in the London Embassy of Ecuador.