Check Out Photos Of The English Mansion Where Julian Assange Will Be Spending His Holidays

Ellingham Hall

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Where in the world is Julian Assange now that he’s been released from prison?Answer: He is spending the holidays at Ellingham Hall, the 650 acre, 10 bedroom home of Vaughan Smith, a British journalist (who is wealthy by independent means, obviously) and founding member of Frontline Club.

Smith wrote for the Independent why he chose to shelter Julian Assange:

Having watched Julian Assange give himself up last week to the British justice system, I took the decision that I would do whatever else it took to ensure that he is not denied his basic rights as a result of the anger of the powerful forces he has enraged.

I resolved then… that I would never abandon Julian.

It certainly appears to be a lot nicer than the basement of a Victorian jail.

(Presumably the inside will look different when Assange is there...)

Now check out the WikiLeaks hideout...

Check Out Photos Of The Incredible Bombshelter Fortress Where The Wikileaks Archives Are Stored >
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