JULIAN ASSANGE, who is presently staying at Ecuador's Embassy in London, is facing more unwanted attention from a US senator who apparently wants his head.
The Swedes want him, the London Metropolitan Police could arrest him, and now US Senator Dianne Feinstein, the head of the US Senate's intelligence oversight committee is also after Assange.
The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Feinstein wants to prosecute Assange for espionage, since he might have published information that was sensitive to the US government.
"I believe Mr Assange has knowingly obtained and disseminated classified information which could cause injury to the United States," she said in a statement to the newspaper. "He has caused serious harm to US national security, and he should be prosecuted accordingly."
Julian Assange has been staying at the Ecuadorian Embassy since 19 June. He is seeking political asylum and is not thought to be in any hurry to leave. µ
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