After Julian Assange’s mother Christine tweeted about her son being detained for seven years in the UK, retired detective superintendent Caroline Goode replied: “I don’t know what he’s told his old Mum, but he can leave any time he chooses. Tell him to come on out. Btw, how did you let your baby boy be the smelly kid in class?”
“Goode was the senior investigating officer in the Metropolitan Police’s Counter-Terrorism Command, and headed up Scotland Yard’s investigation into the distribution of material leaked by NSA contractor Edward Snowden,” RT reported. “She gave evidence that material seized from Davide Miranda, the partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald, was a risk to national security.”
Christine Assange responded to Goode:
2) Australian police asked Julian to use his expert computer skills to help bust an online paedophile ring & remove a terrorist hand book
3) He successfully did so as a community service
— Mrs. Christine Assange (@AssangeMrs) May 12, 2018
To the many people sending me & my son their love.
Thank you. You warm, protect & strengthen my heart.
To the many trolls, attempting to hurt me today to stop me from speaking out against the persecution of my son by the corrupt he exposes…
— Mrs. Christine Assange (@AssangeMrs) May 13, 2018
This Wednesday marks 50 days since the Ecuadorian embassy in London cut off Julian Assange’s internet. Last week officials banned his phone calls and visitors.