Animal Rights campaigner, as well as former “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson, gave an emotional statement after the summit with Wikileaks founder Assange in a London prison, along with the warning of the danger of his life.
Pamela Anderson who met Assange multiple times while he was staying as a fugitive inside the embassy of Ecuador, said, “it’s been very difficult to see Julian here and to make our way through the prison to get to him was quite shocking ”.
The US actress, as well as former Playboy model, said outside Belmarsh prison, “ he is a good man, he’s an incredible person. I love him. I can’t imagine what he has been going through”, wearing a big cape along with slogans inviting for the defense of free speech.
She also added, “ we need to save his life. That’s how serious it is. We just have to keep fighting because it’s unfair. He’s sacrificed so much to bring the truth out”.
Pamela Anderson, who lives in France, as well as starred in the blockbuster US series “Baywatch ”, and recently a prominent animal rights activist.
Last month British police arrested Assange at the embassy, after pulling back his asylum by Ecuador after seven years. He had attempted to find a condition for being safe and fleeing from repatriation to Sweden where he had been charged with rape and sexual harassment.
Assange is now serving his 50 weeks long verdict period for appealing bail, as well as countering an extradition request from the United States where he has been declared for illegal hacking.
Exposing the wrongdoings of the US military in the Iraq war, Wikileaks published hundreds of classified documents along with the diplomatic secrets about scores of countries.
The editor-in-Chief of WikiLeaks, Kristinn Hrafsson said, “ Julian Assange is bent but not broken. He’s an extremely resilient person”, after visiting with Anderson with prison. He also added, “ I want you to think about the fact that such resilience usually comes from the fact that he knows that he is innocent”.