Review: Ithaka is a deft look at Julian Assange, his family and supporters

By Jane Freebury
April 23 2022 - 5:30am

Since WikiLeaks, the organization he founded, sensationally uploaded hundreds of thousands of files of classified information to the internet, Julian Assange has lived his life in different forms of incarceration. It's probably safe to say he could never have imagined how long it would last. In our divisive and contested times, he has become one of the world's most famous fugitives, a political prisoner with British and US law enforcement, in hot pursuit.

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