In New Zealand, more than 23,000 children have a parent in prison. These little people don’t have a voice. They remain silent in sentencing, criminal justice policies and public debate.
In what is turning out to be a train wreck of arbitrary decision making by authorities, an Ecuadorean judge authorised the seizure of Julian’s belongings, so that US prosecutors could help themselves to items including manuscripts, legal papers, medical records and electronic equipment. Tuck describes the situation as utterly bizarre.