Julian Assange Denied Bail – Henningsen discusses case with RT International

Following Monday’s court decision to block his extradition to the United States, today a British High Court ruled that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not be granted bail and will remain as an unconvicted prisoner in the maximum security facility at Belmarsh Prison is southeast London, at least until the US prosecution can appeal Monday’s decision. 21st Century Wire editor Patrick Henningsen discusses this latest news with RT News International, and why this ruling should set off more alarms as the British judge Vanessa Baraitser clearly sides with the US…

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BREAKING: Assange Discharged on Grounds of Suicide Risk in US Custody

LONDON – A high court judge has ruled today that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will not be extradited for trial in the United States due to physical and mental health grounds, including the risk of suicide. The US have said they plan to appeal the UK decision. British District Judge Vanessa Baraitser has ruled that extradition would mean “facing conditions of mere total isolation” which would be considered “oppressive” due to Assange’s current state of physical and mental health. Thus, the judge is ordering his discharge under section 91 of…

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Leaked Deposition Claims FBI Has Seth Rich Emails Asking Wikileaks To Pay Him In Exchange For Info

Document claims FBI has knowledge of communication between deceased DNC staffer and Wikileaks Source: Kelen McBreen A recently leaked deposition by Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Sy Hersh claims a “trusted source” saw emails between deceased DNC staffer Seth Rich and Wikileaks. The deposition, published by Texas attorney Ty Clevenger, lends credibility to a 2017 audio recording where Hersh made the same allegation. However, for the last three years, Hersh has been trying to rescind the original remark. In an August 2020 cover-up article, Rolling Stone said Hersh’s 2017 comments were “all just…

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Tucker Carlson Interviews Fiancé of WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange about Calls for President Trump to Issue a Pardon

President Trump is reportedly considering a pardon for Assange. Source: Shane Trejo Journalist Tucker Carlson interviewed the fiancé of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday night in which they discussed the possibility of President Donald Trump issuing a pardon to the controversial whistleblowers’ advocate. “Julian has been suffering for ten years now. He lost his liberties ten years ago right after the U.S. diplomatic cables were published by WikiLeaks. He has been in prison for two years now. He’s not serving a sentence,” Assange’s fiancé Stella Morris said during an…

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Project Veritas Releases Audio of Assange Warning U.S. State Dept of Dangerous Leak of Classified Cables

Amid rumors circulating this week about the possibility of President Trump pardoning imprisoned WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, new audio has emerged from 2011 of the conversation between Assange and State Department attorney Cliff Johnson, clearly showing how Assange pleaded with the US to act immediately in order to limit the damage of an unauthorized unredacted release of classified diplomatic cables and information from U.S. government. According to James O’Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project Veritas, “A whistleblower provided this audio to Project Veritas, so that the American people have…

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The Stalinist Show Trial of Julian Assange Begins

By John Pilger When I first met Julian Assange more than ten years ago, I asked him why he had started WikiLeaks. He replied: “Transparency and accountability are moral issues that must be the essence of public life and journalism.” I had never heard a publisher or an editor invoke morality in this way. Assange believes that journalists are the agents of people, not power: that we, the people, have a right to know about the darkest secrets of those who claim to act in our name. If the powerful…

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ATOMIC BOMBINGS AT 75: John Pilger – Another Hiroshima is Coming – Unless We Stop It Now

John Pilger, Guest Waking Times When I first went to Hiroshima in 1967, the shadow on the steps was still there. It was an almost perfect impression of a human being at ease: legs splayed, back bent, one hand by her side as she sat waiting for a bank to open. At a quarter past eight on the morning of August 6, 1945, she and her silhouette were burned into the granite. I stared at the shadow for an hour or more, then I walked down to the river where…

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Explained: Why Roger Stone Did Nothing Wrong

Partisan mainstream outlets and Democratic Party leaders are in an uproar over President Trump granting clemency to former advisor Roger Stone, saving him from 3 1/2 years in prison for various process crimes stemming from the failed Mueller Probe. The anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ claims “Trump has made a mockery of the justice system,” but is this really true? What crimes did Roger Stone actually commit? Was his conviction linked to the US government’s long running vendetta against WikiLeaks and the DOJ’s indictments of Julian Assange? 21WIRE editor Patrick Henningsen spoke with…

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Trump Commutes Sentence of Roger Stone, Says Trial Was Based on a ‘Hoax’

Last night President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of former advisor Roger Stone.  Stone was due to report to prison to serve 40 months for process crimes relating to the collapsed Mueller probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election. The White House confirmed that Stone’s sentence would be commuted  and added that he was a victim of the Democrat Party and Intelligence Community’s long-running Russiagate “hoax.” “Roger Stone has already suffered greatly,” said White House in a statement issued to the press. “He was treated very unfairly,…

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May All Be Revealed

Caitlin Johnstone, Guest Waking Times “If wars can be started by lies then they can be stopped by truth.” ~ Julian Assange “That which can be destroyed by the truth, should be.” ~ PC Hodgell Human life is confusing. A human’s purpose in life is to make it less so. The healthiest desire a human can have is for confusion and obfuscation to be replaced with clear seeing. This means wanting the truth to be revealed, whether it be for matters as large as the global-scale agendas of secretive power structures,…

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The Latest On The Prosecution & Attempted Extradition of Julian Assange

Source: Arjun Walia The Facts:Glenn Greenwald, Jennifer Robinson, who represents Assange legally, and Washington Post reporter Margaret Sullivan have a discussion about the persecution of Julian Assange. Reflect On:Why do people like Julian Assange and Edward Snowden face such a harsh backlash from Governments? If governments and elite corporations aren’t doing anything wrong, what do they have to hide? Why are the censoring so much information? The amount of censorship of information on our planet at the moment is staggering. To be honest, the censorship along with the manipulation of…

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Assange reportedly fathered two children while at Ecuadorian Embassy

Source: Voice of America LONDON, UK- Julian Assange’s partner revealed Sunday that she had two children with him while he lived inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and she issued a plea for the WikiLeaks founder to be released from prison over fears for his health during the coronavirus pandemic. The Australian-born Assange has been imprisoned at London’s Belmarsh prison since police dragged out of the embassy a year ago. He is awaiting a May 18 hearing on his extradition to the United States, where he faces espionage charges over…

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Assange vs Khodorkovsky: Arbitrary Application of Human Rights by British Courts

A TALE OF TWO DETENTIONS: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Nina Cross 21st Century Wire “…this will be decided properly, independently by the British legal system respected throughout the world for its independence and integrity,” said then UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt immediately following the arrest of Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, on 11th April 2019. The high profile trials of the oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, tried alongside his Yukos business partner Platon Lebedev, were widely criticised in the West, including by Britain, and therefore serve as…

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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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