The ongoing Assange trial is making zero headlines in the UK…… and almost everywhere.
Well-known journalist Glenn Greenwald has once again sparked intense debate on the Left by refusing to conform to any level of group-think.
On Friday he mused about the ongoing Julian Assange extradition trial in London, offering an explanation as to why mainstream US media has seemingly dropped Assange from its radar, despite during the early years of the most bombshell WikiLeaks revelations working closely with Assange in terms of corroborating coverage. Here
Its as if they want Assange as quiet as possible……
This is the video that got Assange in such a predicament but he believed it to be of sufficient importance………………
In Stockholm Sweden Julian was accused of rape by two women.
Kristinn Hrafnsson, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief, said in a tweet that the focus should now move onto the “threat” that Assange has been “warning about for years: the belligerent prosecution of the United States and the threat it poses to the First Amendment.”
It is clear that the US was trying to use its extradition treaties to get their hands on Assange.
The Times of India details the sequence of events…… Here
It seems trhat both women were boasting of bringing down the Wikeleaks head.
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