“Assange could be next”: Edward Snowden reacts to John McAfee’s death

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Former CIA collaborator Edward Snowden reacted on Wednesday to the death of British-American businessman John McAfee, founder of the antivirus company that bears his name, who was found dead on Wednesday in a prison in Barcelona (Spain).

“Europe should not extradite [a EE.UU.] to those accused of non-violent crimes to a judicial system so unjust and a prison system so brutal that native defendants would rather die than submit to it. Julian Assange could be next. Until the system is reformed, the moratorium must remain, “Snowden defended on his Twitter account.

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