The US investigate him for the WikiLeaks publishings. Sweden wants him for sexual offences. Julian Assange finds in Baltasar Garzón the kind of lawyer he needs - someone who can hack the solution to a complex case in which justice clashes with high politics. In 2012, Julian Assange, editor of WikiLeaks, takes refuge in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. A Swedish prosecutor is seeking him for alleged sex offences, but Assange fears it's a trap to extradite him to the United States, where a secret case against him is ongoing. That same year, Judge Garzón, famous for prosecuting Pinochet, reinvents himself as a lawyer. At the helm of an international legal team, Garzón leads a complex case, with deep political implications, involving several countries and whose outcome will affect freedom of information worldwide.