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Craig Murray
So USA junior counsel's Covid test was negative and Assange hearing continues Monday. We could not help but notice that the prosecution was looking extremely groggy on the ropes ahead of this timeout. And the person never once coughed, sneezed, wiped their brow or showed distress
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Humpty Bumpty QC Sep 11
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Ah, the 'split glove' scenario?! Some might say *often* used by judges - to save pre-determined outcomes from unnecessary punishment?
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Mary Reilly Sep 11
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We can win this and we are winning.
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macheather Sep 11
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That's the problem with some experts, they actually know their stuff! A bad day at the office for the prosecution. Praying that truth causes them more bad days.
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Amelia Wittbeck Sep 11
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they knew about Covid before because none of the prosecution showed up, but didn't call the defence
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Denny McCabe Sep 11
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An Angelo Dundee ripped glove moment indeed.
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Tim Williams Sep 11
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What I think you're saying is that they pulled a sicky.
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Lynn Brittney Sep 11
Playing for time tactic.
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Dr Caz Sep 11
Lawfare
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Dr Caz Sep 11
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Lawfare.
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Les #Free Assange Sep 11
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I highly suspect, Craig, that the prosecution needed a few days to make up more lies on Julian. The truth is coming out and they can't handle it.
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Joe Ondrechen Sep 11
On the other hand, it's likely the outcome at this stage will have little to do with any evidence presented.
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