Julian Assange Is Finally Free

According to information given in X by Wikileaks, he was released on bail by the London High Court

On Monday, after 1901 days in pre-trial detention and pleading for political asylum, Julian Assange has been released.

Assagne’s Future Finally Looks Promising

According to information given in X by Wikileaks, he was released on bail by the London High Court and taken to Stanstead Airport during the afternoon, where he boarded a plane and departed the UK.

Assange is heading to Australia, his native country, where he will have to wait for the conclusion of the agreements between the United States Department of Justice and the British justice.

In the communiqué published by Wikileaks it is stated, “After more than five years in a 2×3 metre cell, isolated 23 hours a day, he will soon reunite with his wife Stella Assange, and their children, who have only known their father from bars”.


Julian Assange is free. He left Belmarsh maximum security prison on the morning of 24 June, after having spent 1901 days there. He was granted bail by the High Court in London and was released at Stanstead airport during the afternoon, where he boarded a…

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 24, 2024

The release of Julian Assange is the result of a global campaign involving grassroots organizers, press freedom advocates, legislators and leaders from across the political spectrum, including the United Nations.

“WikiLeaks published groundbreaking stories of government corruption and human rights abuses, holding the powerful accountable for their actions. As editor-in-chief, Julian paid severely for these principles, and for the people’s right to know,” the statement said.

The Assange family thanked all those involved in one way or another in the release of Julian and assured that more details will be offered about the upcoming future of the director of Wikileaks.

Julian Assange boards flight at London Stansted Airport at 5PM (BST) Monday June 24th. This is for everyone who worked for his freedom: thank you.#FreedJulianAssange pic.twitter.com/Pqp5pBAhSQ

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 25, 2024