A Visit to Julian Assange in Prison

Source: Antiwar.com
by Jeffrey Stirling

“I fondly remember Charles Glass. He wrote to me while I was in FCI Englewood, the prison I was bound in after being convicted of violating the Espionage Act in 2015. He and others sent me a few of his books, notably Americans in Paris and Tribes with Flags. I was extremely grateful for such support. I had read them before, but reading from prison allows a different perspective, even on paths previously traveled. My prison eyes were reading them for the first time. In some ways, his visit with Assange was a similar overture of support for me and my experience in prison. I make no attempts to compare myself to Julian Assange, but I know what he is going through and what he is facing.” (02/08/24)