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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 13 Apr 2019 12:51 #81

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Assange was holding a copy of the book 'Gore Vidal: History of the National Security State'.

It's about historical events that led to the establishment of the massive military-industrial-security complex & the political culture that gave us the “Imperial Presidency.” #FreeAssange

view here: therealnews.com/series/gore-vidal-history-of-the-national-security-state

Julian Assange says "I told you so"










Gore VIDAL is a lying Jewish Disinfo Agent pushing the Fear Porn (((Nuke Hoax)))....:arowup:


Look up his surname at Avotaynu:

http://avotaynu.com/csi/csi-home.htm
Yeah, lets just dismiss anyone who doesn't believe nukes are a hoax. That will surely get the numbers on our side
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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 14 Apr 2019 13:28 #84

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Ecuador twists embarrassing INA Papers into pretext to oust Assange

On 26 March, WikiLeaks’ Twitter account announced that President Moreno is being investigated by Ecuador’s Congress for corruption, sparked by the INA Papers leak. The same tweet referenced President Moreno’s attempt to surrender Assange in exchange for US debt relief, a fact that had been reported by The New York Times.

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Corruption investigation opened against Ecuador's president Moreno, after purported leaked contents of his iPhone (Whatsapp, Telegram) & Gmail were published. New York Times reported that Moreno tried to sell Assange to US for debt relief. inapapers.org

The following day, Foreign Minister Jose Valencia said that the WikiLeaks tweet was “an absurd lie to harm the dignity of our country… we will not tolerate… inventions and insults… I cannot anticipate when and when we will take action in relation to this, but we will take action for certain.”

On 28 March, Communications Minister Andrés Michelena told CNN Español that the INA papers were part of a plot of Julian Assange, Venezuelan President Maduro and former Ecuadorian President Correa to bring down Moreno’s government. He added, “You have to understand how these people are connected, Mr. Assange is the Troll Center, the hacker for former President Correa, [Assange] handles the technological and social media side.”

That same day, the national assembly, in which Moreno’s party and other right parties command a majority, passed a resolution inviting the Foreign Ministry to take action against Assange’s asylum on the basis of the INA papers leak “in the national interest” if it considers it pertinent to do so.

In March 2019, Moreno’s approval ratings dropped to 17%. Statements by the government of Ecuador deliberately implicate WikiLeaks in the INApapers leak. For example, Ecuador’s Vice President Otto Sonnenholzner said in a local radio interview, “What Wikileaks and other political actors have done, to publish private photos of the President of the Republic, of his family, is a despicable, repugnant, and odious act.”

The Foreign Minister said in a radio interview: “It is absolutely outrageous, reproachable, it shows Assange for what he is… of course we will act. We will not allow his website to interfere in the private channels of communication of the Ecuadorian head of state…. he is biting the hand that feeds him.”

Foreign Minister José Valencia has stated: “we are going to analyze whether Mr. Julian Assange’s aggressive publications against the Ecuadorian state merits a legal action by the Ecuadorian state.”

On 1 April, Ecuador submitted a request to the United Nations Rapporteur on Privacy to take urgent measures in response to the INApapers publication, listing WikiLeaks as the responsible party.

President Moreno, desperate to divert public attention away from the scandal, is using the claims as a pretext to oust Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. On 2 April, the President stated that Assange has “violated the ‘conditions’ of his asylum” and that he will “take a decision” “in the short term.” He said, “In WikiLeaks there is proof of espionage, of hacking, of the fact that phones have been intercepted and private conversations, there are even pictures of my bedroom.”

Assange’s lawyer in Ecuador, Carlos Poveda, explained that Assange had nothing to do with the publication: “Remember that WikiLeaks has an internal organization and Mr. Assange is no longer in the editor. We will now resort to other types of situations, especially the Inter-American Commission”. (Listen to audio here.) confirmado.net/2019/03/29/audio-ni-julian-assange-ni-wikileaks-publicaron-informacion-o-fotografias-privadas-del-presidente-moreno/

Nevertheless, Ecuador’s Vice President, Otto Sonnenholzner, has suggested that Assange would be prosecuted over what he described as a WikiLeaks “hack,” alluding to the rigid protocol that Ecuador has imposed on Assange to maintain a constant threat of expulsion.

The INA Papers are a set of documents published in February 2019, allegedly uncovering the operations of INA Investment Corp, an offshore tax haven created by the brother of Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno.

The trove of emails, phone communications and expense receipts are said to link the president and his family to a series of corrupt and criminal dealings, including money laundering and offshore accounts. The leak has sparked a congressional investigation into President Moreno for corruption. Moreno can’t be summoned for a criminal probe while he remains president. He is currently being investigated and risks impeachment.

Former Consul of Ecuador Fidel Navarez denounces the “resolution based on a lie” that blames Assange for the INA Papers:

The recent reaction of the Ecuadorian government to the INA PAPERS scandal could not be worse. Instead of clarifying and making the issue transparent, the government spokesmen, to divert attention from the still timorous official investigations, position a monumental lie, accusing WikiLeaks of having leaked communications and images of President Moreno’s family circle.

Not a single document referring to INA PAPERS, or the president’s family, has ever been leaked or published by WikiLeaks, let alone by Julian Assange, who for more than half a year has not been its editor and who has been isolated for one year under a regime quasi-prison by the government of Ecuador.

Despite being an outrageous accusation, the farce has reached the point that the Ecuadorian National Assembly has issued a resolution to investigate Julián and encourages the government to take measures to “safeguard national interests.” In short, the government seeks a false pretext to end the asylum and protection of Julian Assange.

Background on the INA Papers and Attempts to Expel Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy

What is the INA Papers corruption scandal?

On February 19th, 2019, an article titled “The Offshore Labyrinth of the Presidential Circle” was published by La Fuente. This story details how Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno and his family used offshore companies (primarily INA Investment Corp) to make expensive purchases (such as an apartment in Spain and furniture) and receive unusual, potentially dubious payments.

Shortly afterwards, on March 1st, 2019, a series of documents related to the same corruption scandal were published on inapapers.org. The INA Papers website explains that the documents reveal that Moreno and his associates have used “at least a dozen offshore companies incorporated in various tax havens” to commit “a series of crimes including money laundering, tax fraud, influence peddling and the collection of bribes (bribery) to the detriment of the Ecuadorian state.”

On March 24th, Ecuador’s National Assembly announced that they would meet to discuss the allegations raised in La Fuente’s story. Two days later, the National Assembly passed a resolution to analyze the INA Papers corruption allegations and deliver a report (PDF) on their findings within 20 days . Ecuador’s Attorney General also opened a preliminary investigation into Moreno and some of his associates shortly thereafter.

Did WikiLeaks publish the INA Papers?

WikiLeaks did not publish the INA Papers. WikiLeaks only reported on the INA Papers investigation by Ecuador’s National Assembly in a March 25th tweet which stated, “Corruption investigation opened against Ecuador’s president Moreno, after purported leaked contents of his iPhone (Whatsapp, Telegram) & Gmail were published. New York Times reported that Moreno tried to sell Assange to US for debt relief. inapapers.org/.”

This tweet was sent almost a month after the INA Papers were published and at least 12 days after the inapapers.org URL was first tweeted by numerous other Twitter users. It did not include any documents or screenshots of documents, but merely highlighted a topic being discussed in Ecuador’s National Assembly. It was also a tweet from the WikiLeaks account, not Julian Assange (who resigned as the editor of WikiLeaks in September).

WikiLeaks is not even one of the primary media organizations reporting on the INA Papers corruption scandal. In fact, the main stories about INA Papers were written by journalists who are highly critical of WikiLeaks, including Fernando Villavicencio, who published leaked visitor logs and photos from the Ecuadorian Embassy last July and contributed to The Guardian’s fabricated story about Paul Manafort visiting Julian Assange. Since the publication of the INA Papers, Twitter has suspended both La Fuente’s Twitter account (@somos_lafuente; before it was suspended here) and the INA Papers account (@inapapers; before it was suspended here and here), possibly due to Twitter’s policy against posting hacked documents.

Why is Ecuador planning to expel Julian Assange?

On April 4th, WikiLeaks learned from two high-level sources within the Ecuadorian state “that Julian Assange will be expelled within “hours to days” using the #INAPapers offshore scandal as a pretext–and that it already has an agreement with the UK for his arrest.”

Despite the fact that WikiLeaks did not publish the INA Papers, numerous Ecuadorian officials have inaccurately attributed leak to WikiLeaks and threatened to expel Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy in retribution.

For example, on April 2nd, President Moreno claimed that Assange “violated the ‘conditions’ of his asylum” and that he will “take a decision” “in the short term.” He said, “In WikiLeaks there is proof of espionage, of hacking, of the fact that phones have been intercepted and private conversations, there are even pictures of my bedroom.”

Ecuador’s Vice President Otto Sonnenholzner echoed this misconception in an interview the previous week, stating, “What Wikileaks and other political actors have done, to publish private photos of the President of the Republic, of his family, is a despicable, repugnant, and odious act.”

After WikiLeaks tweeted about the proceedings in Ecuador’s National Assembly related to the INA Papers corruption scandal, the National Assembly itself passed a resolution “inviting the Foreign Ministry to take action against Assange’s asylum on the basis of the INApapers leak “in the national interest” if it considers it pertinent to do so.”

Former Consul of Ecuador Fidel Navarez explains the absurdity of this response: “Instead of clarifying and making the issue transparent, the government spokesmen, to divert attention from the still timorous official investigations, position a monumental lie, accusing WikiLeaks of having leaked communications and images of President Moreno’s family circle. … In short, the government seeks a false pretext to end the asylum and protection of Julian Assange.”

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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 15 Apr 2019 23:50 #85

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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 17 Apr 2019 12:33 #86

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A member of a team of physicians that has evaluated Julian Assange’s medical and psychological condition over the past two years told three international human rights groups that the Wikileaks founder has sustained “negative psychological and physical effects” from his seven-year detention in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Motherboard has learned.

The doctor believes that the “cumulative severity of the pain and suffering inflicted on Mr. Assange—both physical and psychological—is in violation of the 1984 Convention Against Torture.”

In the last two months, the doctor, Sondra Crosby, has written letters to former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, and to the Organization of American States detailing the four evaluations she made of Assange between October 2017 and February 2019. Crosby, who specializes in refugee health and forensic medicine at Boston University and has examined nearly 1,000 torture survivors, wrote that the conditions of Assange’s confinement had “become observably worse since [her] initial visit.”

Motherboard obtained the letters from her colleague, Sean Love, a doctor at Johns Hopkins who began a project to evaluate the effects of Assange’s detainment on his health in 2017 and recruited Crosby and British psychologist Brock Chisholm to perform the evaluations. Love said that the team obtained permission from Wikileaks and Assange to publish the letters in full.

Crosby said she could not speak to Motherboard for this article; Love told Motherboard at an in-person meeting that he believes Crosby will testify on behalf of Assange’s defense in legal proceedings relating to his arrest for allegedly conspiring with Chelsea Manning to obtain classified US military cables from the Iraq War.

From 2012 until last week, Assange had been detained in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Over the last decade—including while Assange was in the embassy—Wikileaks played an important and often controversial role in publishing documents in full, which include the Iraq War cables as well as emails belonging to former Hillary Clinton chief of staff John Podesta in the lead-up to the 2016 election. Last week, Assange was expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy and taken into custody by British authorities—the United States is seeking to extradite him. The United Nations's Special Rapporteur on Torture had been scheduled to meet with Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy on April 25th.

In her letter to the human rights groups, Crosby wrote that Assange has “multiple medical conditions” as a result of his confinement and that Assange’s “position [was] worse than a conventional prison in many respects.”

“Mr Assange has suffered a number of serious deleterious effects of sunlight deprivation over the nearly 7 years of confinement,” she wrote, adding that he has a potentially deadly dental condition that needs immediate surgery. “The severe daily pain endured by Mr. Assange from this dental condition is inhumane, notwithstanding that the situation could be life threatening if left untreated.”

Motherboard has not independently confirmed the findings Crosby sent to the human rights groups, and Wikileaks did not respond to a request for comment. The Ecuadorian embassy in London did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Ecuadorian president Lenin Moreno told the press that Assange had turned the embassy into a “center for spying.”

Specifically, Crosby said she believes that Assange’s treatment was in violation of Articles 1 and 16 of the United Nations’s Convention Against Torture, which defines torture as “any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person” for political reasons. Love told Motherboard that he agreed with Crosby's assessment.

Love, who has medically evaluated people seeking asylum in the United States, told Motherboard that “it’s under-appreciated—the health effects of having stayed in the embassy for seven years without access to daylight and appropriate medical care for that time period. It’s not so simple that he’s out, he’s in the UK court and prison system and going to receive the care he needs and he’s going to be OK ... there are lingering, enduring consequences.”

Love was initially interested in evaluating Assange to study the “consequences of prolonged, arbitrary detention” on Assange’s health. Love recruited Crosby and Chisholm to actually perform the evaluations, though he has stayed involved in the process throughout.

“Initially, I was thinking about writing an academic piece about that topic with potential generalities to other asylum seekers,” he said. “In the process of doing the research, we quickly learned his situation is incredibly unique and not well-generalized to other groups or other individuals.”

Chisholm told me that Assange’s mental stressors came largely as a result of the fact that he didn’t know when or if he would ever get out of the embassy—or if he would be kicked out and arrested.

“The greatest threat of psychological injury arises not from just the confinement but the arbitrariness of it,” he said. “It differs from a seven year prison sentence because of not knowing when it’s going to end. Mr. Assange believes that he could be extradited and tortured or even executed. I’m not here to give an opinion on how likely that is, but when I use the word torture I’m using the term in the way Chelsea Manning is currently being held in solitary confinement. He believes that could happen to him.”

Chisholm said that Assange's case can't be compared to, say, terrorism suspects who have been confined in CIA Black Sites or secret prisons—they are different situations.

"I have worked with people that have been held by the CIA in detention centers without sunlight for a year, people who haven't seen sunlight for four-five years, but of course conditions there are very different from the conditions in an embassy," Chisholm said. "Equally, I guess the stress [and public attention on Assange] is different so it’s difficult to think of a comparison. I wouldn’t want to start drawing parallels between the people held in torture chambers and so on because it is very different."

Love said he has felt compelled to speak out about Assange’s treatment in asylum and that he is worried about what might happen to him in prison in the United Kingdom or the United States if he is extradited here.

“As physicians, we have a unique skill-set we can bring to bear on human rights issues. I think the treatment of Assange in and of itself is reprehensible, but I’m concerned more generally that his treatment and the treatment of him in the UK by the US and Ecuador now sets a precedent for the treatment of asylees everywhere,” he said. “I’m concerned that disregard for certain basic human rights in the United States could occur, and I’m concerned that he would not be as well off in the United States as he would be in the UK for sure.”

In January 2018, Chisholm, Love, and Crosby wrote an op-ed in The Guardian claiming that Assange “badly needs care” and that his confinement “is dangerous physically and mentally to him.” Crosby’s letter to the United Nations was written earlier this month, and claims that “Assange’s suffering and health has predictably worsened” since that op-ed.

Crosby also claimed that Assange was under constant surveillance in the embassy, and that she believes she was surveilled during her last evaluation of him, in February. In a sworn affidavit sent to the Organization of American States, she wrote that during that meeting, she and Assange “spoke over the noise of a radio playing to decrease the amount of information intercepted by the listening devices in the room … the hostile, non-confidential, and intimidating environment was palpable.”

She also claimed that when she left the embassy to get food, her notes had been taken: “Upon returning to the embassy, I returned to our meeting room and discovered that my confidential medical notes had been removed,” she wrote. “The notes were located in a space utilized by embassy surveillance staff (and had presumably been read).”

Crosby’s letters asked the human rights organizations to “look into the case of Julian Assange.” The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights did not respond to Motherboard’s request for comment.

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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 17 Apr 2019 13:27 #87

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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 18 Apr 2019 07:51 #89

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Assange Missing, Presumed Dead As WikiLeaks Open Huge Archive 13 May 2019 19:33 #91

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‘Utterly despicable’: Galloway on Sweden’s decision to reopen Assange rape case

The reopening of an inquiry into allegations of rape against Julian Assange shows that even a “fading empire” like the US can get what it wants when it is backed by obedient states like the UK & Sweden, says George Galloway.

Former Labour MP George Galloway has told RT that Sweden is even more of a US vassal state than Britain. He believes attempts to get to the truth of rape allegations against the WikiLeaks co-founder are not genuine.

"Given that the allegations against Julian Assange has been twice investigated and twice abandoned, there is no reason to believe this is a serious effort to try him for sexual assault allegations dating back almost an entire decade."

The political firebrand sees this latest move by Sweden as part of a bigger operation being conducted by the US.

Galloway insists that there is “every reason to believe that this is part of a maneuver whereby if the British courts don’t free him and comply fully with the United States’ wishes, well, the Swedes will.”

Sweden’s Director of Public Prosecutions Eva-Marie Persson made the announcement on Monday morning, confirming her office’s decision.

Persson told reporters at a press conference: “I have taken the decision to reopen the preliminary investigation.”

As Mr Assange is currently incarcerated in the UK the circumstances now allow him to be extradited to Sweden on a rape warrant,” she added.

Responding to the announcement, WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson has claimed that the “case has been mishandled throughout.”

Hrafnsson added that several key details surrounding the investigation were suspicious after a Swedish prosecutor initially found that “no crime at all” had occurred, after which the case was reopened at the behest of the British authorities.

The rape allegations were leveled against Assange in a case which began almost a decade ago, before he sought refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2012. He has repeatedly denied them.

www.rt.com/news/459195-galloway-assange-sweden-rape/
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Afaik the investigation in Sweden was dropped because Assange was given diplomatic immunity by Ecuador, I don't know how Galloway can presume any wrong doing by Sweden, after all, the allegations may be true?
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Julian became a citizen of Ecuador, he was not given diplomatic immunity, if he had been he would have been able to walk freely out of the embassy.
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Afaik the investigation in Sweden was dropped because Assange was given diplomatic immunity by Ecuador, I don't know how Galloway can presume any wrong doing by Sweden, after all, the allegations may be true?
Look who's pushing the GloboHomo Gayplex Agenda, no surprise really
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He was given diplomatic immunity ie not to face charges or extradition from Ecuador, it's why his case was dropped in Sweden iirc.
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Frothy wrote:
Afaik the investigation in Sweden was dropped because Assange was given diplomatic immunity by Ecuador, I don't know how Galloway can presume any wrong doing by Sweden, after all, the allegations may be true?
Look who's pushing the GloboHomo Gayplex Agenda, no surprise really

I'm not pushing anything, how do you now that he didn't sexually assault someone in Sweden? Just because he'd exposed tptb in certain situations it doesn't mean that he shouldn't face the same charges as anyone else would give such a situation.

He may well be innocent, in such case, he's got nothing to worry about, Sweden isn't a backward nation, I don't think it's right to blame the Swedish legal service if someone has made a complaint, they are compelled to look into it. it's as simple as that, no agenda being pushed except for the same treatment as anyone else, his arrest in the UK, and US warrant might well be out of order, but if he's got charges to face in Sweden for sexual assault, like the rest of us, he should be held to them.

You think he should be let off because he's a whistle blower when someone blows a whistle on him, I guess that you all over Rocco, bent,. unfair, unjust, a twisted little scamp who wants a globalist player to avoid his charges.

What if he did rape her, should suspected rapists walk free without a trial Rocco?
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Charging a man for a broken condom = GloboHomo Agenda
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Frothy wrote:
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Frothy wrote:
Afaik the investigation in Sweden was dropped because Assange was given diplomatic immunity by Ecuador, I don't know how Galloway can presume any wrong doing by Sweden, after all, the allegations may be true?
Look who's pushing the GloboHomo Gayplex Agenda, no surprise really

I'm not pushing anything, how do you now that he didn't sexually assault someone in Sweden? Just because he'd exposed tptb in certain situations it doesn't mean that he shouldn't face the same charges as anyone else would give such a situation.

He may well be innocent, in such case, he's got nothing to worry about, Sweden isn't a backward nation, I don't think it's right to blame the Swedish legal service if someone has made a complaint, they are compelled to look into it. it's as simple as that, no agenda being pushed except for the same treatment as anyone else, his arrest in the UK, and US warrant might well be out of order, but if he's got charges to face in Sweden for sexual assault, like the rest of us, he should be held to them.
And you're a Establishment Shill pushing the GloboHomo Agenda
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^ You want a suspected rapist to walk free without even having a trial, you're a woman hater we know that already, it's why you're in Thailand fucking ladyboys in the sewer.
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Charging a man for a broken condom = GloboHomo Agenda

A broken condom is sexual assault,.....?That's news to me, I though it was the not having permission to fuck that is the crux of the matter, not if a condom breaks whilst you're at it.

Rocco protects rapists, he's a sick pervert.
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