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Assange Lawyers Harassed By Security Services

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Sam Jones
London Guardian
Dec 5, 2010

Lawyers representing the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, say that they have been surveilled by members of the security services and have accused the US state department of behaving “inappropriately” by failing to respect attorney-client protocol.

Jennifer Robinson and Mark Stephens of the law firm Finers Stephens Innocent told the Guardian they had been watched by people parked outside their houses for the past week.

“I’ve noticed people consistently sitting outside my house in the same cars with newspapers,” said Robinson. “I probably noticed certain things a week ago, but mostly it’s been the last three or four days.”

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Stephens said he, too, had had his home watched. Asked who he thought was monitoring him, he said: “The security services.”

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Robinson said the legal team was also experiencing “other forms of pressure” from Washington.

She pointed to a letter from a state department legal adviser – addressed to both Assange and her – which appeared to bracket together client and lawyer as if to suggest that WikiLeaks and its lawyers were one and the same.

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This article was posted: Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 1:15 pm





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