Washington Post ~ Julian Assange

Washington Post ~ Julian Assange

Julian Assange carried a book during his arrest. He may have been sending a message.

Julian Assange appeared to be making a…

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Julian Assange~ A guide to the cast of Characters ~ Huffpost Canada

Julian Assange~ A guide to the cast of Characters ~ Huffpost Canada

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has alienated and infuriated a lot of people over the years, not least the British and U.S. authorities that oversaw his arrest and indictment last week.


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NY Times~ Julian Assange story is crap 😂😂

NY Times~ Julian Assange story is crap 😂😂

Julian Assange’s lawyer says the WikiLeaks founder definitely didn’t smear poop on the walls of the Ecuadorian embassy in London during his seven-year stint there.

Lawyer Jennifer Robinson on Sunday accused the South American country of spreading the “outrageous”…

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Things are about to change, are you ready?

Things are about to change, are you ready?

Could come any day, don’t be afraid to speak out for what you believe in, follow your beliefs and don’t be scared to be proud of where you came from.  Hold those traditions close to your heart.

Fight for what you believe in, don’t let people make you feel bad, you have that right to free speech. Who likes beige anyway, don’t let them change the world into gender neutral, washed down humans.  Let…

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Politico~ Dispute over political crimes

The U.S.-U.K. treaty contains provisions aimed at preventing a bait-and-switch, where a suspect is extradited on one set of charges, only to have them swapped for another. But executive branch officials in the U.K. could waive that, leaving the door open to additional or new charges against Assange.

Bellinger, now a partner at the law firm Arnold & Porter, said British courts tend to have a broader view of what constitutes political offenses than do American courts. However, he said he would not be surprised if the U.S. and Britain agree or have already agreed to limit the scope of any future charges in order to increase the chances of British courts approving the extradition.

Of course they did

A British magistrate is expected to consider the extradition request at a hearing set for May 2. Whatever ruling comes out of that hearing could be appealed through the British courts and perhaps even to the European Court of Human Rights. (Despite Britain’s Brexit vote, the U.K. government has agreed to remain under that court’s jurisdiction, at least for now.)

Anon submitted: Podesta wikileaks warning sensitive

Anon submitted: Podesta wikileaks warning sensitive

WARNING this post contains evidence and triggers, if you are in any way delicate, please do not continue. IF you read this, and can contain your bile, congratulations. THIS is Podesta et al, THIS is what they are up to,

THIS is Sara Latham’s boss.

Sorry for the large and scary title, but fair warning is fair. What you are about to read is going to be confusing. At first. It was for those of us…

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