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The Julian Assange extradition hearings begin today

Discussion in 'off topic' started by monkfish, Sep 7, 2020.

  1. Stuart Frazer

    Stuart Frazer pfm Member

    @Seeker_UK I accept that Murray seems to have a bias/agenda, but he does put his findings across very well and in a very informed manner. I'm not a legal expert either, nor was I in Court (few people are allowed in according to the reports), but I can use the information I find and read to form my own opinions: it stinks of corruption. This is no longer just a political plot, but the UK legal system is now implicated in this injustice.
     
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  2. russel

    russel ./_dazed_and_confused

    Whilst I disagree with some of Craig Murray’s observations on some things, he is undoubtedly bright and has knowledge of the inner workings of the state and you have to ask why he has faced multiple expensive legal battles for his views on various subjects, the latest is on the Alex Salmond issue, there come a point when you have to wonder just how free speech is in the U.K. if the price of speaking up is bankruptcy, ok we may not use novichock but if the end result is people frightened to speak the result is the same.
     
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  3. monkfish

    monkfish pfm Member

    Last edited: Sep 10, 2020
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  4. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

    Thanks for the links. It’s important to have detailed coverage.

    But, from the latter piece: ‘The professor, who testified via video-link from Bradford in the English Midlands...’

    Ooh, they’ll not be happy with that!
     
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  11. gary

    gary pfm Member

    Disgraceful that there is no coverage of this on BBC , in any of the broadsheets, in fact it appears to be a vow of silence across all media. US administration must have been putting a LOT of pressure on our govt to keep this buried.
     
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  12. Bob McC

    Bob McC Living the life of Riley

    It’s been in the Times on 8, 10, 14 and 15 of September.
    Guardian has also covered it.
     
  13. gary

    gary pfm Member

    Thanks for the clarification Rob, i read the graph and haven't seen anything.
     
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  16. jackbarron

    jackbarron Chelsea, London

    The South African lawer Stella Morris, who's had two children with Assagne in the last few years, was interviewed by Victoria Derbyshire on BBC News this morning. I only caught the last few minutes of it. She said it was wrong to imprison Assange, because he highlighted war crimes. She also thought he would be freed.

    I haven't been following the case, but read an assessment which included quotes from John Pilger. Apparently the prosecution are getting nowhere and the judge is bored. The person who wrote the assessment said Assange wouldn't be extradited.

    I certainly hope so.

    Jack
     
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  17. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

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  20. andrew d

    andrew d pfm Member

    Court 10 - sitting at 10:00 am
    DISTRICT JUDGE BARAITSER
    SITTING AS CITY OF WESTMINSTER MAGISTRATES COURT

    For Hearing

    U20200360 ASSANGE, Julian

    Oh, I'm in the building on Monday, may poke my nose in to see what's going on.
     

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