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Old 11th April 2019, 23:38   #1 (permalink)
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Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

Wikileaks guy Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy today. Is it a good day or a bad day for truthful journalists?
The truth tellers are obviously not wanted. Sad state when journalists are still being banged up.
Thought this only went on in other countries.
Wonder what his fate will be now.
At least the truth is already out there.
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Old 12th April 2019, 05:34   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

Sad day. Hope he does get a fair trial.
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Old 12th April 2019, 05:43   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

As I u understand it the Embassy had had enough of him. He had outstayed his welcome & thats why he was removed.
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Old 12th April 2019, 06:01   #4 (permalink)
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As I u understand it the Embassy had had enough of him. He had outstayed his welcome & thats why he was removed.
I think there were other reasons Hills.

QUITO, ECUADOR/WASHINGTON, US: Ecuador's decision to abruptly end Julian Assange's seven-year asylum in its London embassy on Thursday followed a long deterioration in relations, driven in part by suspicions he was secretly fuelling corruption allegations against President Lenin Moreno.
British police on Thursday arrested the WikiLeaks founder, who sought asylum in the Andean nation's diplomatic mission during the government of former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa - who saw Assange as a hero for leaking secret U.S. documents.

By contrast, Moreno took a dim view of Assange when he took office in 2017, ordering the Australian hacker to cut back his online political commentary, stop riding his skateboard in the halls of the embassy and clean up after his pet cat.

Moreno's government accused WikiLeaks of being behind an anonymous website that said Moreno's brother had created offshore companies that his family used to fund a luxurious lifestyle in Europe while Moreno was a delegate to a U.N. agency.

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Old 12th April 2019, 07:48   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

There is also a matter of a rape accusation in Sweden. Personally I cannot see why a country would allow a known hacker to have access to a computer and internet whilst housing him in an embassy overseas. Bonkers.
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Old 12th April 2019, 07:52   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

The alleged rape charges were dismissed some time ago
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

The Sweden charges were probably more to do with what USA wanted than anything else. Assange himself comes across as a bit creepy, but a lot of computer nerds are like that. Leaking the "secrets" was something I welcomed, but the way it was done was a bit of a blunt instrument.
America will make him pay, no doubt, but the fact that the crime carries the death sentence (unlikely as he is to get that) may hamper extradition.

Newspapers who were happy to run all the stuff he released are now ready to condemn him as little better than a terrorist. Trump is doing the same - he welcomed Assange publishing Clinton emails, and now denies knowing anything about him.

Assange has made few friends, and lots of enemies, who all want their pound of flesh.

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Trump Says He Knows ‘Nothing About WikiLeaks’ After Once Saying ‘I Love WikiLeaks’

President Donald Trump responded to Thursday’s arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by claiming he doesn’t know anything about WikiLeaks. That’s a lie.

“I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It’s not my thing,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office.

Assange was arrested in London after a British judge found him guilty of breaching bail conditions in a Swedish rape case that is no longer under investigation. He was also arrested in relation to an extradition warrant on behalf of the United States, the Metropolitan Police said. He faces charges in the U.S. of making public thousands of classified military and diplomatic documents on the WikiLeaks platform.

Trump repeatedly praised that organization while campaigning for president in 2016, saying “I love WikiLeaks” for the information it provided against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. He mentioned WikiLeaks at least 145 times in the final month leading up to the presidential election, according to NBC..

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/trump...b0308735d606be
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

Julien Assange appears to be a nauseous guy that has alienated friends and supporters by his selfish and unappreciative behaviour.

He might come crashing down to planet Earth now.
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Re: Julien Assange dragged from the Ecuadorian Embassy

He wanted others to be accountable for their actions.....but when it was his turn he hid.

And the lawyers regarding the rape charge appear to want the case re-opened now.
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