Should Interpol Arrest Assange?

Steve Cooper


Ecuador has announced that they will give asylum to Wikileaks founder and fugitive from justice, Julian Assange. Ecuador is knowingly undermining justice, British and EU Laws as well.

Interpol, International Police have the powers to arrest criminals or suspects involved with white-collar crime, computer crime, intellectual property crime and corruption.

Assange would have to be charged by the United States for theft of computer crimes and then Interpol can arrest Assange.

Ecuador will argue that their Embassy is immune to any police raid, but they are not.  Ecuador can file a complaint AFTER the raid is done and Assange is arrested.

Ecuador is harboring a fugitive that has violated the terms of his bail.

2 thoughts on “Should Interpol Arrest Assange?”

  1. I don’t know. I don’t like the idea of Interpol stepping onto US soil, uninvited, to make an arrest or to perform any other police actions, for that matter. Would it be wrong for me, then, to agree that Interpol should enter Ecuador and arrest Assange, not only uninvited, but in opposition to the govt of Ecuador? Don’t get me wrong; it’s national sovereignty that I respect, not Assange.

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