Thank You Letter to President Rafael Correa re: Assange Asylum – 8/16/12

ADVOCATES FOR PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
6900 Park Avenue – # 3091
West New York, New Jersey 07093-4482

Email: AdvocatesForPeaceAndSocialJustice@live.com
https://advocatesforpeaceandsocialjustice.wordpress.com

Sent via Email: embassy@ecuador.org

August 16, 2012

President Rafael Correa
C/O Embajada de Ecuador
1050 30th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20007

Dear President Correa:

Thank you for granting asylum to Julian Assange. You did the right thing. I knew in my heart that you would not leave Mr. Assange to face injustice and execution for having done what he was obligated to do as a serious journalist. Now that asylum has been granted the next challenge is to get him to Ecuador safely. I am confident that you will find the way to evacuate Mr. Assange from the London Embassy much to the amazement and displeasure of his enemies.

I am very proud of your statesmanship and commitment to justice. You are an example of what a head of state should be. The world needs more Presidents such as you.

I send you a salute and a kiss of respect. May GOD bless and protect you from all harm and prosper the nation of Ecuador.

Please give my fondest best wishes to Presidents Chavez, Morales and both Presidents Castro.

VIVA LA REVOLUCION !
VIVA LA HISPANIDAD !
VIVA AMERICA LATINA!

In Solidarity and Respectfully yours,

Migna Khan
Executive Director
Advocates for Peace and Social Justice
http://rt.com/news/ecuador-grants-assange-asylum-842/

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