WikiLeaks: Snake In The Grass Dr. Anothony Fauci Sent Series of Love Letters To Hillary Clinton

Source: Baxter Dmitry If you have been watching President Trump’s coronavirus press conferences featuring Dr. Anothony Fauci and thinking that there is something a bit “off” about the doctor, something a little sketchy about him, then congratulations — you were right. The mainstream media is describing Dr. Fauci as a “public-health hero” and cheering him on whenever he contradicts President Trump. Last week he even rolled his eyes as the president was speaking, earning him major plaudits in the mainstream media. Thanks to this kind of behavior, many people decided…

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Assange Courtroom Drama Encapsulates This Illusion of Justice

(Photo: Patrick Henningsen © 2020) Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Over the first two days of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s U.S. extradition hearing, the majority of the drama has taken place in the well of the court, but that all changed on Wednesday, as the focus gradually drifted to back of the room behind a panel of bullet proof glass. Throughout the first three days of the proceedings, Assange’s defense team, led by Edward Fitzgerald QC and Mark Summers QC, laid out an impressive score of skillful legal arguments, which…

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The Health of Julian Assange: A Case of State-sponsored Neglect

Nina Cross21st Century Wire It is known that Assange’s removal from Belmarsh healthcare unit was a result of the combined effort by his legal team, public campaigning and a petition lodged by fellow prison inmates. It followed seven months of unofficial segregation in the unit during which he was removed from association without legitimate grounds to do so, and in breach of prison rules and legislation.  There was no established reason for this treatment, making it arbitrary, and also deprived Assange of recourse, effectively throwing him into a lawless hole…

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Assange Begins Fight Against U.S. Extradition Today

Patrick Henningsen21st Century Wire LONDON – After nearly years of state posturing, legal maneuvering and open collusion between the U.S., Great Britain, Sweden and Ecuador, and detention of an award-winning journalist in Britain’s maximum security facility at HM Belmarsh Prison, the main event is finally here. On Monday morning begins the extradition hearing for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with 18 federal indictments, carrying a total sentence of 175 years. It is hard not to overstate the gravity and potential impact of this case…

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Episode #316 – ‘Assange Hearing Begins’ with guests Joe Lauria and Andre Vltchek

Episode #316 of SUNDAY WIRE SHOW resumes on February 23, 2020 with host Patrick Henningsen, broadcasting LIVE on the Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR)… LISTEN LIVE ON THIS PAGE – START TIMES: 5pm-8pm UK Time | 12pm-3pm ET (US) | 9am-12pm PT (US)This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR with host Patrick Henningsen covering the top stories in the US, Europe and internationally. We’re in London to discuss this week’s extradition hearing for Julian Assange, in-studio with special guest Joe Lauria, editor of Consortium News. We’ll also look…

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Media Spinning ‘Assange Pardon’ as Proof of Russiagate Conspiracy

In this segment recorded on Thursday February 21st, Jacquie Luqman and Sean Blackmon are joined by Patrick Henningsen, co-founder and executive editor of 21st Century Wire, to talk about the allegations by Julian Assange’s legal team that Dana Rohrabacher offered a pardon to Assange on behalf of Donald Trump on the condition that Assange could prove the source of John Podesta’s leaked email was someone unrelated to Russia, why mainstream media is already spinning the news to imply the Russian government was behind the hacks and colluded with Trump to…

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Assange European Defense Lawyers Will Try for Asylum in France

PARIS (AP) — Julian Assange’s European defense team said Thursday it will try to seek asylum in France for the Wikileaks founder, whose full hearings for extradition to the United States on spying charges start next week in London. French team member Eric Dupont-Moretti said Assange’s case placed at stake “the fate and the status of all journalists.” He was one of a team of lawyers lined up at a Paris news conference to explain why they view the case against Assange as unfair, citing his poor health and alleged…

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What’s Really Behind Rohrbacher’s ‘Assange Pardon’ Story?

IMAGE: Congressman Dana Rohrbacher and Julian Assange. Patrick Henningsen21st Century Wire Just as Roger Stone’s sentencing was getting underway this afternoon, another story began drifting out into the media sphere – another potential spanner in the works just in time for part one of Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing which is due to commence this Monday. According to a revelation aired during a recent scheduled case hearing on Wednesday by a member of Assange’s defence team, Edward Fitzgerald QC, Assange was informally offered some kind of pardon deal by a…

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Show Trial Ends: Roger Stone Sentenced to 40 months in Prison, While Judge Rants About Trump

Patrick Henningsen21st Century Wire Today, the long-time friend and Trump campaign consultant Roger Stone was sentenced to 40 months in a federal prison for multiple charges relating to his Congressional testimony and Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson issued Stone’s sentence after his lawyers had first requested that he receive no prison time. After the sentence was handed down, Stone refrained from making a personal statement to the court. Normally, one might refrain from criticizing a judge too harshly, but this was no ordinary closing remarks…

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Pilger: Julian Assange Must Be Freed, Not Betrayed

John Pilger21st Century Wire On Saturday, there will be a march from Australia House in London to Parliament Square, the centre of British democracy. People will carry pictures of the Australian publisher and journalist Julian Assange who, on 24 February, faces a court that will decide whether or not he is to be extradited to the United States and a living death. I know Australia House well. As an Australian myself, I used to go there in my early days in London to read the newspapers from home. Opened by…

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Airbrushing Assange: The Guardian’s ‘Press Freedom’ Farce

It’s easy to forget that behind the persecution of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks is a raft of imperialist policies in works, courtesy of the United States and its allies. This week, we learned how the UK and US are planning to weaponize the issue of ‘Media Freedom‘ in order to impose economic sanctions on their geopolitical enemies and rivals. It’s one thing for governments to spin a cynical yarn on this issue, but it’s quite another thing to watch mainstream press outlets bow in full compliance to the security state…

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‘Media Freedom’ Campaign Pushes Magnitsky Sanctions – But Ignores Case of Julian Assange

IMAGE: Julian Assange and his former lawyer Amal Clooney. Nina Cross21st Century Wire At a meeting in Chatham House, London, last week, a ‘High-Level Panel of Legal Experts on Media Freedom’ announced their recommendations on ‘how to better protect journalists and address abuses of media freedom in line with international human rights law.’  The announcement shows the true nature and at least one purpose of the media freedom project set up last year by the former British Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt and Canada’s Chrystia Freeland – to promote of an…

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Ann Wright: ‘Instead of Attacking WikiLeaks, Fix What It Exposed’

Author Ann Wright is a 29-year veteran who retired as a U.S. Army Reserve colonel and who later served as a U.S. diplomat in nine countries and deputy ambassador in four U.S. embassies. She is a member of the Advisory Board for the Bradley Manning Support Network. Ann WrightStars & Stripes Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates was right when he suggested that the WikiLeaks revelations were “embarrassing” and “awkward.” But his assessment — and that of so many other government officials — stems from the magnitude of what he left…

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MOATS: OPCW Douma Leaks and Why Julian Assange Extradition Will Affect Everyone

This week, 21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen appeared on #MOATS television and radio show with host George Galloway, to discuss two important stories from last week – the presentation of the OPCW Douma Leaks at the UK House of Commons, and the extradition case of Julian Assange at Westminster Courts in London. Both stories feature governments lying to cover-up real war crimes. History does indeed repeat itself. Watch: [embedded content] .READ MORE OPCW NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire OPCW Files SUPPORT OUR INDEPENDENT MEDIA PLATFORM – BECOME A MEMBER @21WIRE.TV Source

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Julian Assange and Inhumanity of British State: ‘Unofficial’ Solitary Confinement as Torture

Up until this week, Assange has been held in solitary confinement in Belmarsh prison. Incredibly, it was the other prisoners along with Assange’s legal team, who have pressured the government officials to respect the law and allow Assange to be removed from solitary confinement, resulting in his transfer to a general wing. This piece looks at how Assange, when unofficially segregated in the prison’s healthcare unit, and with no recourse to systems designed for prisoners in official solitary confinement regimes as applied under Prison Rule 45, leaving him out of…

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UN Rapporteur: US Using Coercion By Torture Against Manning

On New Year’s eve, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Torture, Nils Melzer, has released a letter accusing the US justice system of submitting whistleblower Chelsea Manning to coercive treatment which equates to torture. 21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen spoke with RT International this week about the case and how it indicates a collapse in western justice standards. Watch: [embedded content] .READ MORE ASSANGE NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Assange/Wikileaks Files HELP SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT MEDIA PLATFORM – BECOME A [email protected]21WIRE.TV Source

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The OPCW Scandal is Now a Bona fide Cover-up

Last Friday night saw the fourth round of internally leaked documents found on WikiLeaks from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), showing once again how the organisation’s official report on an alleged 2018 ‘chemical attack’ attack in Douma, Syria – was in fact doctored by the chemical watchdog’s executives in order to justify a three-way attack by the US, UK and France against the Syrian government.RT International’s Murad Gazdiev reviews the key takeaway points of this latest round of leaks: [embedded content] .READ MORE OPCW NEWS AT:…

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