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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
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Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
http://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/11/world/europe/julian-assange-wikileaks-ecuador-embassy.html





'Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who released reams of secret documents that embarrassed the United States government, was taken into police custody on Thursday after being evicted from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he has lived for almost seven years.

The Metropolitan Police said in a statement that Mr. Assange had been arrested by officers at the embassy on a warrant issued by Westminster Magistrates’ Court in 2012, for failing to surrender to the court.

The United States Justice Department has filed criminal charges against Mr. Assange, 47, related to the publication of classified documents, a fact that prosecutors accidentally made public in November. He also faces a charge in a British court of jumping bail. Mr. Assange is also suspected of aiding Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election by releasing material stolen from the computers of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party. In July, the Justice Department charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking those computers, and the indictment contends that at least one of them was in contact with WikiLeaks.

Mr. Assange took refuge in the embassy in June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face questions about sexual assault allegations. He has insisted that the accusations against him are false, and has said that the Swedish authorities intend to extradite him to the United States.

Sweden has rescinded its arrest warrant for Mr. Assange, but prosecutors have stressed that the case was not closed and could resume.

Ecuador gave Mr. Assange asylum in 2012, but he has been an irritant in its relations with Britain, the United States and other countries. President Lenín Moreno, who took office in 2017, had looked for a face-saving way to get him out of the arrangement.'













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Wow. Well I was gonna make some posts about how federal agencies are making moves into local state issues around here. Now this comes up. I'm calling it out; this is now a "post-Russiagate" federal government. They're gonna make moves all over the place.



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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
« Reply #26 on: Apr 11, 2019, 09:19:24 am »
 

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Wow. Well I was gonna make some posts about how federal agencies are making moves into local state issues around here. Now this comes up. I'm calling it out; this is now a "post-Russiagate" federal government. They're gonna make moves all over the place.



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Watch them say the extradition to the USA is Automatic...
That the Courts can not protect Assange.
Next stop Gitmo


ggrrrrrr......



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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
« Reply #27 on: Apr 11, 2019, 09:41:58 am »
 

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Trumpbots are already saying they think Trump will PARDON Assange.

Try not to laugh.



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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
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This man is a son, a father, a brother. He has won dozens of journalism awards. He's been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize every year since 2010. Powerful actors, including CIA, are engaged in a sophisticated effort to dehumanise, delegitimize and imprison him. #ProtectJulian

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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
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Trumpbots are already saying they think Trump will PARDON Assange.

Try not to laugh.



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Yea no way. One doesn't take custody of a foreign national in order to pardon them lol

The world government is ramping up so quick. At this rate, we'll wake up one day and everything will have changed.



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Re: Julian Assange arrested after Ecuador tears up asylum deal
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Yea no way. One doesn't take custody of a foreign national in order to pardon them lol

The world government is ramping up so quick. At this rate, we'll wake up one day and everything will have changed.



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On the very same day they announced the Occult Halloween Brexit

* cat  nervous wreck

What surprise is next ?



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Resist The Trump Administration - Assange !
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“Resist… they must resist! You can resist! The UK can resist! Is this what the Trump administration has come to? UK must resist!”

-  Assange




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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
« Reply #32 on: Apr 12, 2019, 03:05:59 pm »
 

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They also arrested and detained Chelsea Manning  formerly known as Bradley Manning about a month ago for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury.  My question is why are intelligence agency so gung ho about this now?



Chelsea Manning Out Of Solitary Confinement After 28 Days, Her Supporters Say

https://huffpost.com/entry/chelsea-manning-solitary-released_n_5ca9d45fe4b0dca03302c093

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Government whistleblower and transgender activist Chelsea Manning reportedly has been released from solitary confinement after 28 days. Supporters who manage her Twitter account said Manning, imprisoned for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury, had “finally been moved into general population” at the William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center in Alexandria, Virginia.



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Re: UK free Bosnian war criminal but arrested Julian Assange
« Reply #33 on: Apr 13, 2019, 04:12:29 pm »
 

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9 years ago, British arrested Ejup Ganic and Court "extradited" to Bosnia. Muslim war Criminal accused in Belgrade for war crime in Sarajevo in 1992. https://www.b92.net/eng/news/crimes.php?yyyy=2009&mm=03&dd=09&nav_id=57687

https://balkaninsight.com/2010/07/27/london-court-rejects-ganic-extradition-request/
 

Re: UK free Bosnian war criminal but arrested Julian Assange
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9 years ago, British arrested Ejup Ganic and Court "extradited" to Bosnia. Muslim war Criminal accused in Belgrade for war crime in Sarajevo in 1992. https://www.b92.net/eng/news/crimes.php?yyyy=2009&mm=03&dd=09&nav_id=57687

https://balkaninsight.com/2010/07/27/london-court-rejects-ganic-extradition-request/

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Of course he mysteriously escaped justice....
Just like latter it was "Airlift of Evil"
Come to think of it the Manchester bomber was rescued by a British Warship from Libiya


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Re: UK free Bosnian war criminal but arrested Julian Assange
« Reply #35 on: Apr 14, 2019, 07:49:10 am »
 

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Employee of CIA
Of course he mysteriously escaped justice....
Just like latter it was "Airlift of Evil"
Come to think of it the Manchester bomber was rescued by a British Warship from Libiya

Indeed. https://edition.cnn.com/2018/07/31/uk/manchester-bomber-royal-navy-intl/index.html

Or come to think that CIA is responsible for massacre Yugoslav Federal soldiers which were in evacuation from Sarajevo.



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Chelsea Manning refuses to testify against Julian Assange and Wikileaks
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Chelsea Manning fails to win bail after refusing to testify against Julian Assange and Wikileaks
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/chelsea-manning-julian-assange-wikileaks-robert-mueller-bail-appeal-court-ruling-a8881556.html





'Chelsea Manning has failed in her bid to secure bail after being imprisoned for refusing to testify against Julian Assange and Wikileaks.

Ms Manning, 31, was last month sent to jail indefinitely after she refused to take part in a department of justice investigation into WikiLeaks, and told judges she would accept “whatever you bring upon me”. The investigation is using secret hearings involving a grand jury.

“I will not participate in a secret process that I morally object to, particularly one that has been used to entrap and persecute activists for protected political speech,” she said, as the court ordered her to be held until she agreed to cooperate, or else the grand jury process was completed.

On Monday, an appeals court denied the whistleblower’s request to be released on bail. Her lawyers had argued that trying to force her to give evidence against Mr Assange, who earlier this month was arrested in London and charged by the US of conspiring with Ms Manning to try and hack a US computer, breached her rights under the first, fourth and sixth amendments of the US constitution.

Her lawyers said that among other things, the lower court had failed to address her concerns that the government was abusing the grand jury process so it could preview or undermine her testimony as a potential defence witness at a trial.

Her lawyers have also argued that the courtroom was improperly sealed during substantial portions of the hearing.

But a three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit did not agree.'



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‘He respected us’: Ex-consul debunks corporate media claims Assange had issues with Ecuador’s embassy staff
http://www.rt.com/news/457714-ecuador-consul-assange-allegations/





'Claims that Ecuadorian embassy staff had trouble living side-by-side with Julian Assange were a mere “smear campaign,” the country’s former consul told RT. Both the hosts and the guest showed true respect to each other, he said.

In comments to RT, Fidel Narvaez spoke out against media coverage of Julian Assange who remains in custody after his arrest in London. “I was very disappointed that the fundamental thing – which is the persecution of a journalist for ... the crime of publishing truthful information about war crimes, corruption, mass surveillance – is not in the focus of international [media coverage],” he noted.

Instead, most news outlets prefer to talk about the “day-to-day behavior of Assange in the Embassy and his relationship with Ecuador [authorities],” echoing accusations made by President Lenin Moreno – the one who withdrawn his asylum status citing “discourteous and aggressive behavior.”

Moreno’s list of Assange’s transgressions included blocking the Embassy’s CCTV cameras, accessing security files without permission, and harassing its personnel, including guards. Mainstream media have widely quoted those claims, including the most notorious one in which Moreno went as far as to allege the WikiLeaks founder was “smearing his feces on our embassy’s walls.” But Narvaez, who was Ecuador’s consul during Assange’s presence, said that stories about “his alleged breach of asylum conditions” and altercations with diplomatic staff were a “smokescreen” created by Moreno’s government. “A couple of isolated incidents with security guards” can’t be described as improper conduct, he opined.

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I was in the Embassy for six years, and Assange spent there nearly 2,500 days. I witnessed myself how respectful was [the attitude] of all diplomats, of all administrative staff towards him and [vice versa], of him towards us.


But that attitude changed when Moreno took office in 2017. Last year, the Ecuadorean government severed internet access for Assange, citing a breach of a rule on non-intervention into the politics of other countries. The embassy also limited Assange’s visitors, making the only exception for his lawyers.

That, in itself, was “a very, very gross violation of human rights of someone who was not serving a sentence, of somebody who was not a prisoner,” the former consul commented. At this point, Ecuador became “a persecutor” instead of being “a protector.”

“You have to attack and defame the personality if you don’t want the public opinion to support the brave one who challenged the most powerful nation on the planet,” Narvaez concluded.'



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DOJ could build Assange case on Espionage Act, carries possible death sentence
http://www.rt.com/usa/457658-doj-assange-espionage-act/





Julian Assange could be charged under the Espionage Act for leaking classified material in addition to the hacking charge he already faces, a US Department of Justice document indicates.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is investigating “possible violations of United States federal criminal law regarding the unauthorized receipt and dissemination of classified information,” said a letter addressed to former WikiLeaks spokesman Daniel Domscheit-Berg, requesting an interview.
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<p dir="ltr" lang="en">US Department of Justice is attempting to build a case against Julian Assange based on the Espionage Act. Convictions under the Espionage Act can be punished by death.https://t.co/TFjfPzHk6t</p>
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) April 26, 2019[/size][/quote]

The Espionage Act, a 1917 law intended to protect military secrets, has been used as a powerful implement against whistleblowers. Chelsea Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison under the Act for her role in leaking evidence of US war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan, while Edward Snowden was hit with two charges under the Act for his disclosures related to mass surveillance.

Investigations into WikiLeaks started as early as 2008, even before the publication of the Iraq and Afghan war logs, as well as the horrific ‘Collateral Murder’ footage. The DOJ began its own probe into Assange one year later, after WikiLeaks published nearly five decades’ worth of State Department diplomatic cables.'



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Re: Great Britain DROPS Assange in prison !
« Reply #39 on: May 01, 2019, 06:43:12 pm »
 

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Julian Assange gets almost a year in UK prison for skipping bail

By Lauren Said-Moorhouse and Lauren Kent, CNN
Updated 1426 GMT (2226 HKT) May 1, 2019

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/05/01/uk/julian-assange-court-gbr-intl/index.html



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Re: Julian Assange
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Assange, 47, was arrested on April 11 after being handed over to British authorities by Ecuador. He is serving a 50-week sentence in a London prison for skipping bail while the U.S. seeks his extradition for conspiring to hack into military computers and spill secrets about U.S. operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. >:(

Hrafnsson, who has visited the Australian activist in jail, said Assange saw his eviction coming for weeks as relations with President Lenin Moreno’s government deteriorated, so he took great care to scrub computers and hard drives of any compromising material, including future planned leaks or internal communications with WikiLeaks collaborators.

Still, Hrafnsson said he fully expects Moreno or the Americans to claim revelations that don’t exist. He called Monday’s proceedings a “horse show” because no legal authority can guarantee Assange’s devices haven’t been tampered with, or the chain of custody unbroken, in the six weeks since his arrest.

“If anything surfaces, I can assure you it would’ve been planted,” he said. “Julian isn’t a novice when it comes to security and securing his information. We expected this to happen and protections have been in place for a very long time.”

A group of Assange’s supporters gathered outside Ecuador’s Embassy in London to protest the judicial proceeding. Demonstrators put banners on the railings with images of Assange, his mouth covered by an American flag, and chanted “Thieves! Thieves! Thieves! Shame on you!”

Ecuadorian authorities said they will hand over any belongings not given to U.S. or Ecuadorian investigators to Assange’s lawyers, who weren’t invited to Monday’s inventory-taking. Hrafnsson said he didn’t have a full inventory of Assange’s devices

Moreno decided to evict Assange from the embassy after accusing him of working with political opponents to hack into his phone and release damaging personal documents and photos, including several that showed him eating lobster in bed and the numbers of bank accounts allegedly used to hide proceeds from corruption.

Moreno’s actions immediately were celebrated by the Trump administration, which was key in helping Ecuador secure a $4.2 billion credit line from the International Monetary Fund and has provided the tiny South American country with new trade and military deals in recent weeks.
“The Americans are the ones pulling the strings, and Moreno their puppet dancing to the tune of money,” said Hrafnsson.
Separately on Monday, Swedish authorities issued a request for a detention order against Assange.
On May 13, Swedish prosecutors reopened a preliminary investigation against Assange, who visited Sweden in 2010, because two Swedish women said they were the victims of sex crimes committed by Assange.
>:(

While a case of alleged sexual misconduct against Assange in Sweden was dropped in 2017 when the statute of limitations expired, a rape allegation remains. Swedish authorities have had to shelve it because Assange was living at the embassy at the time and there was no prospect of bringing him to Sweden.

The statute of limitations in the rape case expires in August next year. Assange has denied wrongdoing, asserting that the allegations were politically motivated and that the sex was consensual.

According to the request for a detention order obtained by The Associated Press, Assange is wanted for “intentionally having carried out an intercourse” with an unnamed woman “by unduly exploiting that she was in a helpless state because of sleep.”

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AP writers Gonzalo Solano in Quito, Ecuador, and Jan M. Olsen in Copenhagen, Denmark, contributed to this report



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
« Reply #41 on: Jun 02, 2019, 11:33:33 am »
 

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Julian Assange and the Unrelenting State
http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2019/05/the-unrelenting-state/





'We are seriously worried about the condition of Julian Assange. He was too unwell to appear in court yesterday, and his Swedish lawyer, Per Samuelson, found him in a state where he was unable to conduct a conversation and give instructions. There are very definite physical symptoms, particularly rapid weight loss, and we are not satisfied that genuine and sufficient diagnostic efforts are being made to determine the underlying cause.

Julian had been held for the last year in poor, highly confining and increasingly oppressive conditions in the Ecuadorean Embassy and his health was already deteriorating alarmingly before his expulsion and arrest. A number of conditions, including dental abcesses, can have very serious consequences if long term untreated, and the continual refusal by the British government and latterly the Ecuadoreans to permit him access to adequate healthcare while a political asylee was a callous denial of basic human rights. I confess to feeling an amount of personal relief after his arrest that at least he would now get proper medical treatment. However there now seems to be no intention to provide that and indeed since he has been in Belmarsh his health problems have accelerated. I witnessed enough of the British state’s complicity in torture to know that this may be more than just the consequence of unintended neglect. That the most lucid man I know is now not capable of having a rational conversation is extremely alarming.

There is no rational reason that Assange needs to be kept in a high security facility for terrorists and violent offenders. We are seeing the motive behind his unprecedented lengthy imprisonment for jumping police bail when he entered political asylum. As a convicted prisoner, Assange can be kept in a worse regime than if he were merely on remand for his extradition proceedings. In particular, his access to his lawyers is extremely restricted and for a man facing major legal proceedings in the UK, USA and Sweden it is impossible, even were he healthy, for his lawyers to have sufficient time with him adequately to prepare his cases while he is under the restrictions placed on a convict. Of course we know from the fact that, within three hours of being dragged from the Ecuadorean Embassy, he was already convicted and sentenced to a lengthy prison term, that the state has no intention that his lawyers should be able to prepare.'



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
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Swedish court rejects request to detain Assange in absence over rape allegation
http://www.rt.com/news/460960-swedish-court-assange-rejects-arrest/





'A Swedish court has struck down a prosecutor’s request to detain Julian Assange in absentia over outstanding rape allegations. The case was reopened after the WikiLeaks founder was hauled from London’s Ecuadorian embassy.

The court decided pre-trial detention for Assange would not be “proportionate,” said Swedish Deputy Director of Public Prosecution Eva-Marie Persson at a press conference Monday, but added the investigation could still proceed without it.

The ruling was handed down Monday by a judge in a court in Uppsala, north of Stockholm. Swedish prosecutors reopened the rape case earlier this month, soon after Assange was jailed for skipping a 2012 bail hearing. Assange requested Monday’s hearing be postponed, citing ill health, but the request was denied.

Detaining Assange in absence would have allowed Sweden to issue an arrest warrant on him, but for now the European warrant already issued will have to suffice for the investigators, the Swedish judge said.

Assange was arrested in mid-April after spending over six years under political asylum in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.'



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
« Reply #44 on: Jun 03, 2019, 03:21:55 pm »
 

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There seems to be little news coverage on Assange here in the UK . I have bad feeling he is going to turn up on  the other side of the pond wearing an orange jump suit



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Bravo for a Clip, Tahoe but it seems to be wrong topic.
I had a book of Solzhenitsyn "One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich". I gave somebody that book to read....I will found one of his book on Street Markets in Belgrade.

P.S. Conspiracy theory: Solzhenytsin received the Nobel Prize for Literature because he was a dissident in the USSR. After the collapse of the USSR, West has less and less hearing about his words and books. This can be explained because Solzhenitsyn supports the President of Russia Putin rather than the pro-Western Liberals.
Regardless, everyone should read "The Gulag Archipelago" with that it is a historical novel rather than "ideological food" for opponents of Communism or for Rusophobia.



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Julian Assange: US submits formal extradition request
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Julian Assange: US submits formal extradition request for WikiLeaks founder
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/julian-assange-extradited-us-trump-wikileaks-justice-department-a8953116.html





'The US Justice Department has delivered to officials in the United Kingdom a formal extradition request for Julian Assange, making further US charges against the WikiLeaks founder unlikely.

A US official who spoke on background to discuss a sensitive matter said the request was sent on Thursday.

The United States’ treaty with Britain required that the request be sent within 60 days of Assange’s 11 April arrest at Ecuador’s Embassy in London.

The same treaty bars the United States from prosecuting Assange for any alleged crimes beyond those outlined in the extradition request, unless those acts occur after his extradition.

In an 18-count indictment filed last month, prosecutors charged Assange with violating the Espionage Act and conspiring to hack into a government computer. The Justice Department did not pursue Assange for the 2017 exposure of Central Intelligence Agency hacking tools known as “Vault 7”, according to government officials, out of concern that doing so would do more damage to national security.

Joshua Adam Schulte, a former CIA employee, is accused in New York federal court of leaking that information to WikiLeaks.

Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning, whose interactions with Assange form the basis of the charges against him, remains in jail for refusing to testify before the grand jury.

Sigurdur Thordarson, a former WikiLeaks associate who became an FBI informant, says he voluntarily met with prosecutors in Virginia late last month and was asked detailed questions about Assange’s relationships with hackers.

A spokesman with the US attorney’s office in Alexandria declined to comment on Mr Thordarson’s account.

When Assange was arrested, US officials indicated that they would seek his extradition, which he has been fighting from jail in London.'



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
« Reply #47 on: Jun 11, 2019, 03:37:41 pm »
 

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Not sure if the full list of charges against Julian Assange , have already been posted , but if not here is the link for anyone interested .

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/wikileaks-founder-julian-assange-charged-18-count-superseding-indictment

Scroll to bottom of the page they are under Attachments .



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
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Not sure if the full list of charges against Julian Assange , have already been posted , but if not here is the link for anyone interested .

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/wikileaks-founder-julian-assange-charged-18-count-superseding-indictment

Scroll to bottom of the page they are under Attachments .



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So much for Trump's grattitiude for getting him elected !

Remember all that talk about a Presidential Pardon ?



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Re: Sweden DROPS Charges on Assange !
« Reply #49 on: Jun 11, 2019, 11:47:32 pm »
 

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Don't you have to be found guilty of a crime in a court of law , before you can be granted a pardon ?



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