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    Last Friday, a clerical error revealed a sealed indictment filed against Julian Assange in Virginia’s Eastern District Court, the venue preferred by the US Federal Government to try cyber crimes and dissident spies, like Thomas Drake and John Kiriakou, who each received draconian sentences there.

    The surprise revelation fueled rumors that the Ecuadorian government would soon hand him over to the UK to be extradited to the US.

    A meeting yesterday at the State Department between Ecuador’s Foreign Minister José Amores with Secretary Mike Pompeo led Assange’s lawyer, Hanna Jonasson to speculate that the case may be unsealed today.

    While serving as Director of the CIA, Pompeo had vowed to “take down” WikiLeaks. A $500 million loan made by the US to Ecuador earlier this year was done on the condition that they would hand over Assange.

    The case is expected to construct Assange as an “Enemy of the State” when technically, he is a publisher of documents, which is not a crime. The prosecution of Assange will represent a violation of his First Amendment Rights and set a horrible precedent for journalism and whistle blowing.

    The first eleven minutes of this presentation by Qatari state-funded broadcaster, Al Jazeera is about as even-handed of a portrayal of WikiLeaks’ current state of affairs as is permissable by a major news outlet in our increasingly gagged era.

    Mouth-foaming “Russia Gate” proponent, Eric Alterman from The Nation holds forth amid the saner pronouncements of Glenn Greenwald from The Intercept.

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      “The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.
      The press is so powerful in its image-making role, it can make the criminal look like he’s a the victim and make the victim look like he’s the criminal. This is the press, an irresponsible press. It will make the criminal look like he’s the victim and make the victim look like he’s the criminal. If you aren’t careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”

      ― Malcom X

    • The entire media process is a farce. Nothing gets published or released without passing by someones’ scrutiny. Whether the news is ‘pro’ or ‘con’ for your bested politician or political party; information these days is sinister and one is left picking through statements with a fine tooth comb looking for ‘truth’ if any. We are witness to ‘murders’; child trafficking;
      drugs; shootings and the MSM ‘adjusting’ the information to fit the format. This world has become a quagmire of horrific scenarios and then it starts all over again the next day before one has the ability to get any research done on what was said the day before. It’s spin after spin after spin. I’m still waiting for HRC to be dealt with and if Assange gets reigned in before ‘the Clintons’ well that’s my ‘Seal of Approval’ on a so called law and order society that has been turned upside down and all around it’s lost what direction justice resides in.
      Not sure if there is any ‘righting’ what’s happening any longer. Find your own truth!

    • Fact is Assange is hardly a “patriot,” as he’s not an American citizen, he’s a “Australian/Ecuadorian” citizen. Consequently, he’s not entitled to 1st Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution.

      He may have started out with good intentions, but got in way over his head in international intrigue, international politics and spying. To survive, he had to become a pawn of the Russian and Trump camps, doing their bidding.

      • You’re right, I’ve been wondering for years how he can be tried for Espionage or Treason, as he is not a US Citizen. I’m not clear what jurisdiction the DOJ has.

        There is zero proof that Assange was working for Russia.

      • Not true. Sean Hannity specifically asked Julian if he would publish dirt on Trump as he did HRC. He said absolutely except he had nothing and had seen nothing to publish.
        Julian, imo, is hero. He exposed the true Clinton Crime Family as well as oboma crime family and other players.
        If Julian gets tried in America on some trumped up charges ( as he did not hack any servers, rather a DNC staffer, Seth Rich GAVE him the emails) he will be entitled to the same Constitutional rights as you.
        Lastly, Julian has nothing to do with Russia or Trump. Your statement to the contrary is patently false.

    • Assange is a hero. Trump needs to pardon him. For ANYONE to condemn him for releasing the treason by the Americans in government and the military, the DNC, etc., and everything else he’s done, PROVES HE’S A PATRIOT!

      STOP the nonsense, President Trump. Be a Real Man.

    • The United States wants to have fun like Saudi Arabia it’s called kill the reporter. Or kill the messenger, can’t let the truth get out there, or the government will be up for treason. The thing is Julian Assange did nothing wrong. Except in the eyes of the criminals. Have you noticed that no prosecution of any one he exposed has happened, in the U S, at least I have heard nothing about any. Why not? Are these so called people above the law? Pardon my rant. This world is so two faced it’s a joke.

    • Except of ending on that weasel Acosta it is a good video.

      There are other indelibles upon which to base patriotism, lasting patriotism and world unity. Those actually join America and Russia.

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