assange1_1688694c.jpgWikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, has spoken from a London jail, urging his supporters to continue the fight. He made a statement that his convictions have not been shaken by his incarceration.

 

Assange stated that his website has published the trove of 250,000 secret US diplomatic cables related to global giants MasterCard, Visa and PayPal, of being instruments of US foreign policy.

 

He said, “My convictions are firm. I remain true to the ideals I have always expressed.”

 

“I am not shaken by these circumstances. This process has increased my determination that they are true and strong.”

 

“I am calling on the world to protect my work and my people from these illegal and immoral acts,” he added.

 

Assange’s British lawyer claimed that the US has framed a secret grand jury to work on charges that could be filed on the WikiLeaks founder over the embarrassing leaking of US diplomatic cables.

 

Assange has denied the two sex crime allegations on him and is fighting is extradition.

 

Last week an Australian court rejected the bail for him and Assange had filed a petition again for his bail that would be heard on Tuesday, December 14.