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Back in May, retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski said the CIA’s “Chemical Gina has her hands in this one, and we are being told that Assange is being ‘treated’ with 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, known as BZ.”  On September 14, Kwiatkowski wrote Julian Assange “is being held on behalf of the United States and he
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Where is the media coverage of Julian Assange now that he has been imprisoned? There is a virtual blackout of the only journalist I know of in history who has never had to retract a thing he has put out. Perhaps that is part of the reason governments and their
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It’s hardly surprising The New York Times and The Washington Post didn’t bother to report on the rally at the British Home Office in support of Julian Assange. A quick search of the news reveals AOL and Reuters reported on the rally which featured Roger Waters of Pink Floyd. If not for
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It’s been 140 days since the brutal, rushed arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, and barely anything has made it into the news about his physical condition or whereabouts in nearly a month.  However, his supporters are far from silent. In June, I reported on a letter that Assange wrote
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The death of millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein behind bars should trigger “system-wide self-reflection” on how prisoners are treated. The Metropolitan Correctional Center “is sort of like an American gulag for people who have not been convicted of anything,” Epstein lawyer Marc Fernich said. Epstein had at least some dirt
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested, sentenced to 50 weeks, become a political prisoner, has faced “enhanced interrogation” that seeks to destroy his mind, and is visibly skeletal.  Yet, he remains unbroken through it all, and he voiced this by way of a letter to supporters recently. Independent journalist
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An inmate locked up with Julian Assange, Wikileaks co-founder, has released some images of the journalist, in which Assange is incredibly emaciated. The inmate released the images of Assage saying “he needs his story told” and he wants “people to know why exactly the USA wants him and what good
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If Karen Kwiatkowski and her sources are correct about the chemical torture of Assange, Britain is in violation of the 1998 Human Rights Act under article three of the European convention on human rights. Because of this legality, it is my opinion the CIA decided to reduce Assange to a mental and physical wreck as a form of punishment and also to send a message to the world that exposing the United States government for its long-term psychopathic behavior and crimes against humanity will not be tolerated.
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“Assange’s health situation on Friday was such that it was not possible to conduct a normal conversation with him,” his lawyer Per Samuelson told reporters after visiting Belmarsh. The quote was barely reported on in Sweden, let alone elsewhere. The media has already taken sides and it’s against free speech.
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The murder of Julian Assange—the espionage act carries the death penalty—and the organized destruction of freedom of speech by the ruling financial and corporate elite are the final objective of this long-running drama.
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