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Assange political extradition case in UK and US

Assange political extradition case in UK and US
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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
July 14, 2021
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This is the most interesting and most informative video I have seen in a long time. It’s fortunate that Alexander, speaking from personal experience as a British lawyer, could explain to us non-Brits the British system which differs from ours. I am also very impressed by Robert Barns’ comments. Nothing that was said surprised me, as I happen to have had personal experience as both a juror in a murder trial, and as a member of the Grand Jury, both of which were shocking and traumatic experiences for me as I discovered the depth of corruption and political shenanigans that… Read more »

Alexi
Alexi
July 15, 2021

“They don’t want to appear to be political hacks for The United States.” That’s a hoot. The U.K. is a satellite state. All the Five Eyes states are. NATO is a collection of subservient client states. If he is not extradited he will be held until he dies or commits suicide. I would very much like to see Assange released and allowed to live out the rest of his life peacefully, but I’m not holding my breath. He is not being held for any legal reasons. He was targeted for and confined for Political reasons. If any of this is… Read more »

rpistorio
rpistorio
July 15, 2021

In order to overthrow other governments, it is no longer freedom of speech and freedom of the press, democracy and the like that are used, but LGBTQ. What a decline.

They know themselves that there is no democracy in any Western Nation. And they know that we know and the Russians and Chinese know….

Jonathan Jarvis
Jonathan Jarvis
July 15, 2021

They mentioned the spying on Assange but would be super to hear progress of the Spanish Court legal proceedings. Can that be admitted as new evidence ?

How can there be extradition when there is the history of USA extraordinary rendition and Guantamano….secret transit holding prisons across the world with governments complicity.
If there is any proof of influence intervention guidance whatsover by UK gov. in or directed to the legal system during this case it must be exposed….is something like Judicial Watch on the case…but presumably JA lawyers are watching out for that.?

E509th
E509th
July 16, 2021

Assange is indeed a hero to many people, but he has also caused a great deal of damage to many people too. The millions of personal and private diplomatic cables leaked on his website were sent between corresponding parties who were extremely knowledgeable of any given situation. As a result, we, the self righteous public, who commit no wrong, can and often do get the wrong end of the stick. The following is an example of such an instance. Among the millions of cables on Wikileaks, there are those that describe a situation during the height of the Iraq war,… Read more »

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