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175-year sentence. This week the US will try to extradite Julian Assange

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175-year sentence. This week the US will try to extradite Julian Assange
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Assange ‘wincing in pain’ on court video link as IFJ takes full page ad in Times calling for his ‘immediate release’

Assange ‘wincing in pain’ on court video link as IFJ takes full page ad in Times calling for his ‘immediate release’

With US government representatives fighting in London’s High Court to extradite Julian Assange on Wednesday, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) called for his immediate release in a full-page advert in the Times. The IFJ, which represents journalists’ unions worldwide, condemned his persecution by the UK and US governments, as well as the recently revealed “credible accounts of plans” by the CIA to assassinate or kidnap him.

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David Bowlas
David Bowlas
October 29, 2021

And America’s poodle in Downing Street is more worried about the wallpaper in his private quarters than he is about an honest person being squashed. And as for his opposition in the Labour party – well it is non existent now that a Knight of the Realm with his Blair babes have got rid of anyone that disagrees with them. Where do we go from here????? I am at an age where I think that people will get what they want – which is smoke and mirrors and bread and circuses.

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