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Julian Assange: Wikileaks co-founder arrested in London

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12 minutes ago, SFLUFAN said:

Scotland Yard confirmed that there is a US extradition request.

 

I am tumescent. 

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According to this reporter, it may come down to if his crimes warrant the death penalty (US has it, UK does not).

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1 hour ago, Chris- said:

 

I am tumescent. 

 

The twist:  He is being extradited so Trump can personally hand him his pardon letter.

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8 minutes ago, mclumber1 said:

 

The twist:  He is being extradited so Trump can personally hand him his pardon letter.

 

Followed by a cabinet position.

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4 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

He looks like a Metal Gear Solid villain 

 

He found out through Hillary's emails that she played Castlevania.

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This guy looks TERRIBLE for 47.  Just to compare Mark Wahlberg, Elon Musk, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Jered Leto are all his same age.

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Just now, number305 said:

This guy looks TERRIBLE for 47.  Just to compare Mark Wahlberg, Elon Musk, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Jered Leto are all his same age.

 

Him, Alex Jones, Stephen Miller, a lot of these weirdos all look like shit.

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42 minutes ago, MarSolo said:

He looks like Rasputin now.

 

I’d need to see his dick.

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So is the US indictment the reason it's happening now? According to the Post Ecuador terminated his asylum in 2012. So is it just that they're now allowing the Brits to go in and get him?

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40 minutes ago, RedSoxFan9 said:

 

sorry libs

 

It should not be controversial to say that...

 

- Publishing unredacted intelligence that directly puts peoples' safety at risk; and

- Publishing materials stolen by a foreign government

 

...are not matters of journalism and free speech. 

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30 minutes ago, Chris- said:

 

It should not be controversial to say that...

 

- Publishing unredacted intelligence that directly puts peoples' safety at risk; and

- Publishing materials stolen by a foreign government

 

...are not matters of journalism and free speech. 

 

Agreed; nobody ever said that all classified material is protected and fit to print. It was even an open question whether publishing the Pentagon papers was legal. We didn't jump from "questionable legality" to "unfettered access." Assange shouldn't be prosecuted for things that should be protected for anyone but it's pretty demonstrable that he was a credibility launderer for foreign and international disinformation campaigns and not a journalist.

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