WikiLeaks The U.N Working Group on Arbitrary Detention rules IN FAVOUR of Julian Assange

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Procrastinator35

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Its funny that assange is actually a victim of domestic violence from a jealous lover. and here we are openly accusing him of rape based on the vindictiveness of one woman that become a political tool.

Mere Political expediency....She's a pawn, but the seeds of doubt against Assange have been sewn nonetheless.

How do you discredit a Moral crusader?....Question HIS morality....CIA dirty-tricks 101.
 

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If he dies I sincerely hope there is a release of ALL SECRETS that he and Wikileaks may have been sitting on so far. I hope electronic hell itself is unleashed. And the Trump pee pee tapes.

I can’t see this ending…. well.

this is similar to Koshaggi- silence people reporting the truth.
 

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It's absolutely bizarre that someone can be extradited to a country for breaking their laws while not being a citizen of, and not being in that country.

It's a principle of law that citizens have a basic understanding of the rules they are meant to obey. That principle becomes absolutely meaningless if we are tasked with obeying the laws of every country on earth.
 

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I thought the UN was controlled by Soros, the Rothschilds, WEF and the Zion... err... 'Bankers'.

:drunk:

BlueE care to explain this? I'm curious to hear your insane perspective on this one.
 

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It's absolutely bizarre that someone can be extradited to a country for breaking their laws while not being a citizen of, and not being in that country.

It's a principle of law that citizens have a basic understanding of the rules they are meant to obey. That principle becomes absolutely meaningless if we are tasked with obeying the laws of every country on earth.

The person that the Yanks had jurisdiction over, Chelsea Manning, was the one who actually got the classified info. She has already been through the judicial wringer for her 'crimes'. While there are some crimes that I think warrant an international jurisdiction (paedophilia for one) I don't think that the act of whistleblowing on serious military misconduct count.

If a soldier in the Russian army passed info on Russian warcrimes in the Ukraine on to a whistleblower the people involved would be lauded as heroes by the U.S and its satellite states. I have no doubt that every effort would be made to halt an extradition attempt back to Russia.
 

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Since he has been illegally detained by the British on trumped up charges, how much money have they made from the war mongering his journalism was uncovering?

10? 20 billion?
Is that trumped up value Of charges according to the seemingly overwhelming support from them participants
who derive a level of satisfaction according to subjects who perceive a level of mental dissatisfaction and
therefore have a very good reason to discuss, deny, or reassemble their thoughts to create a certain outcome….
my interpretation of this situation is that Assange is guilty of revealing information he should not have….
 

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The person that the Yanks had jurisdiction over, Chelsea Manning, was the one who actually got the classified info. She has already been through the judicial wringer for her 'crimes'. While there are some crimes that I think warrant an international jurisdiction (paedophilia for one) I don't think that the act of whistleblowing on serious military misconduct count.

If a soldier in the Russian army passed info on Russian warcrimes in the Ukraine on to a whistleblower the people involved would be lauded as heroes by the U.S and its satellite states. I have no doubt that every effort would be made to halt an extradition attempt back to Russia.
 

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Justifying Assange’s prosecution on the grounds that he is “not a journalist” reveals a grand, dark irony: To declare that publishing relevant materials about powerful actors is a right possessed only by those designated by the government to be “real journalists” is itself an obvious threat to press freedom. That was the historical danger the First Amendment sought to avoid.

 

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