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Anna Brees 5h
My Mum told me to back down from exposing this. I’ve sent her this message. This is my purpose in life now and I hope to not let people like this down....
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Lissa Johnson 2h
Read this succinct editorial on why ’s case should be thrown out of court on legal grounds. The US extradition of Julian Assange threatens not only press freedom but rule of law itself. We need to wake up, or our own legal rights will be next.
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Charlotte Gracias 1h
Replying to @kim9973 @guardian
The best article so far as i would expect from Craig.
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Lissa Johnson 10h
Barrister Greg Barns on : “These are political offenses… and in the US-UK extradition treaty you cannot extradite a person for political offenses.” He adds, “Australian politicians are now realising the political nature of the attempted prosecution of
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Charlotte Gracias 1h
Replying to @Banjomarla @guardian
There will never be an admission of guilt but why highlight treachery when it's already well known and understood? I have no illusions about the Guardian but i could find no fault in that article.
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Charlotte Gracias 1h
Replying to @OffGuardian0 @guardian
I did read the article several times looking for bias but found none. This may be a blip or they have been told to alter the tone. Maybe the campaign, public awareness, the implications for all journalists if he os extradited. Who knows...
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Charlotte Gracias 1h
Replying to @Banjomarla @guardian
True. But it's a small step in not mentioning rape charges. The article itself was not biased to me. The Guardian will always be remembered for its part in betraying Assange. That will never change.
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kayesem ⌛️ 15h
This has to be seen to be believed. More importantly, the refusal of British Police to investigate fully ’s part in the trafficking-for-sex-with-young-girls scandal is yet another damning indictment of the British police force.
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Sarah Jackman 11h
Julian Assange put his life on the line. If Tulsi was really courageous she would speak for those without a voice. Fighting with a ruthless empire isn't putting your life on the line. Standing up to it is.
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Lissa Johnson 7h
Watch Suzie Dawson explain the alarming “Terrorism Suppression Control Orders Bill”, currently proposed in NZ, with grave implications for human rights, democratic rights and rule of law. The bill scraps presumption of innocence & the right to a fair trial, for starters.
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Jonathan Cook 5h
The reason Julian Assange has too few allies on the left is because papers like the Guardian have repeatedly omitted deeply troubling details of legal irregularities in his case and of how he's being treated. Ex-ambassador Craig Murray fills in the gaps
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Charlotte Gracias 3h
Replying to @Katya_Compass
She will always escape justice.
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Bijan Tayari 3h
It is no surprise the corrupt has found a home to lead finance policy at European Central Bank .
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Charlotte Gracias 3h
Good to see refer to sexual offence allegations and not rape charges. Compared to previous reporting, this is a fairly balanced article on 's extradition case management hearing.
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Charlotte Gracias 3h
They are a tool of globalists and imperalists to impoverish countries.
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Charlotte Gracias 3h
's condition & hearing 'I was deeply shaken while witnessing yesterday’s events in . Every decision was railroaded through over the scarcely heard arguments and objections of ’s legal team'
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Charlotte Gracias 3h
Replying to @ValentinaFlex
He knows we all care. He heard us all yesterday. When we were at Belmarsh a few weeks ago, he heard us and saw us. So all those warm, caring feelings are reaching him. 😊
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John Wight 5h
If you're going to read anything to today make it this. It is easily the most important and heartrending article I have read in a long time. - via:
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10 News First 7h
Julian Assange’s push for freedom has suffered a major blow, with a judge in London refusing to delay his extradition hearing to the US. |
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Charlotte Gracias 4h
Replying to @bodhibrian
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