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Postby rath » Wed Jun 06, 2012 4:29 am

greeney2 wrote:You keep wanting facts but keep spewing facts out of your own imagination, plus you keep confusing the USA with anything to do with Sweden extraditing him. You act like you were filming him with those women, but in actuality know NOTHING about what happened, or about questions that have not been made public. He runs because he knows there is more than a condom question.


You just refuse to see reason & now your even quoting my statements back to me.
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Postby greeney2 » Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:20 am

You just keep singing the same ol song about how innocent he is, trashing the women without knowing anything about it. You are not exactly impartial! :P
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Postby rath » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:37 pm

greeney2 wrote:You just keep singing the same ol song about how innocent he is, trashing the women without knowing anything about it. You are not exactly impartial! :P



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rath wrote:
greeney2 wrote:First this prooves that terrorism is not a myth according to many who think its all made up, and secondly if Bin Laden were not really killed would they plan a attack on the 1 year anniversary of his demise? People think that is also a myth.


Or this is just more fiction, & the Powers at be selected the 1 year anniversary to lend the fake attack more credence.


1) why would any terrorist organization be so transparent as to plot an attack on the death of it's former leader.
why not any other random day of the year, or another day of significance to the west.

2) Another underwear bomb :roll: that one AGAIN !!!



rath wrote:Yes terrorism is real in the USA and in every country around the world

But the way the USA uses terrorism as a smoke screen to keep the American people in fear so as to keep their minds on war & the fear of being killed.
THU stopping them from turning their minds & their thoughts to the real issue which is the decay of the USA into poverty & how the American people so freely handed over there freedoms to a military state, for so little in return, is also real.




DIss0n80r wrote:By the way, most Americans are painfully aware of their country's economic woes. It's absurd to suggest we can't have multiple concerns.



It would seem that if i can get you to forget what you were all worried about. & make you think the issue was something that in fact' it was not.

Then you can bet your arse, the Government can do it far better than I.

& it took all of five seconds.
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Postby greeney2 » Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:32 pm

Maybe you should come here someday, and see for yourself how full of boloney you are, about the United States and its people.
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Postby bionic » Sat Jun 09, 2012 2:14 am

greeney2 wrote:You just had a holiday called Memorial Day, those are Freedom Fighters Bionic. I hope you don't think Bradley Manning, is anything close to Freedom Fighter.



there are many different ways to fight for freedom, just saying, with respect
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Postby rath » Sun Jun 10, 2012 2:00 am

greeney2 wrote:Maybe you should come here someday, and see for yourself how full of boloney you are, about the United States and its people.


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Postby rath » Sun Jun 10, 2012 2:13 am

bionic wrote:
greeney2 wrote:You just had a holiday called Memorial Day, those are Freedom Fighters Bionic. I hope you don't think Bradley Manning, is anything close to Freedom Fighter.



there are many different ways to fight for freedom, just saying, with respect


I agree Bionic, Greeney2 for some reason, is just fixed in his views of the 1960's

Lets keep in mind that even after 10 years in Iraqi & Afghanistan the USA has achieved very little as far as freedoms go for the people living in those countries.

WHILE.

On the other hand several countries such as Egypt, Libya, ect ect

Have all come out & said the main reason they overthrew their dictator governments was because of the Wikileak cables that Julian Assange posted showed that while the Egyptian & Libyan governments told their own people that the USA & the west was the enemy ..........

Those same governments in Egypt & Libya, Syria have been working for the USA & even taking Billions of dollars from the USA & keeping it for themselves.


Once Wikileaks published the US consulate cables & the people of Egypt & Libya, Syria saw for themselves how their governments colluded with the USA on War Crimes & acts of Terrorism, well you know the rest ....

The people rose up & demanded more freedoms & democratic elections.

That's a win for Wikileaks & Julian Assange ...... Wouldn't you agree.
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Postby greeney2 » Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:43 am

Unpresidented if the court reopens as explained below.


Julian Assange asks top UK court to reopen case
Associated Press – 5 hrs agoLONDON (AP) — WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange has asked Britain's Supreme Court to reopen his extradition case, an unusual legal maneuver aimed at blocking his removal to Sweden.

British Supreme Court spokesman Ben Wilson confirmed Tuesday that papers had been lodged in the high-profile case, which has dragged on for the better part of two years.

The move was expected. The Supreme Court rejected Assange's last-ditch appeal against extradition to Sweden last month, but lawyer Dinah Rose stood up after the verdict was read out to complain that justices relied on evidence that attorneys for the Australian computer expert had not had the chance to properly cross-examine.

Reopening a Supreme Court case after a ruling has been made is virtually unheard-of, and legal experts here say it would be a major embarrassment for Britain's most senior judges.

"It would be very damaging for their reputation," Julian Knowles, a lawyer with London's Matrix Chambers, told The Associated Press late last month.

The justices could choose to reject Assange's challenge. If they agree to reopen the case, they could ask both sides to offer written submissions or hold a new hearing.

Wilson, the court spokesman, said he couldn't give a timescale for any eventual decision.

Assange, 40, is wanted in Sweden over allegations of rape and molestation stemming from a visit to the Scandinavian country in mid-2010. He has not been charged and denies any wrongdoing.
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Postby greeney2 » Thu Jun 14, 2012 1:08 pm

UK's top court rejects Assange bid to reopen case
By RAPHAEL SATTER | Associated Press – 3 hrs agoEmailShare1PrintLONDON (AP) — Britain's Supreme Court rejected WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange's bid to reopen his extradition case on Thursday, meaning the controversial transparency campaigner could be sent to Sweden by the end of the month.

Assange is wanted for questioning in Sweden after two women accused him of sexual misconduct during a visit to the country in mid-2010. His legal struggle to stay in Britain has dragged on for the better part of two years, clouding his website's work exposing the world's secrets.

In a brief, five-point judgment, the court rejected arguments that Assange's legal team hadn't been given the chance to properly cross-examine the evidence that justices relied on to deny the Australian's appeal against extradition.

Claes Borgstrom, the lawyer for Assange's accusers, told The Associated Press that Thursday's ruling is "an obvious and expected decision that has been delayed for too long."

The development effectively exhausts Assange's legal options in Britain. He could still apply to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, but legal experts say the 40-year-old stands little chance there.

Attorney Jennifer Robinson, who has represented Assange, said it wasn't clear whether he would try to get the European Court involved.

"(That's) still being considered," she said in a tweet.

Assange denies any wrongdoing in the Swedish case, saying that while he had sex with the women involved, it was consensual. He and WikiLeaks' supporters have suggested the case was being manipulated to political ends by foes angered over the group's spectacular revelations. The website has been responsible for the largest leaks of classified documents in U.S. history, among them some 250,000 State Department cables.

Britain's Supreme Court has given Assange a 2-week-long grace period before extradition proceedings can start. Once that period is up, officials have 10 days to fly Assange to Sweden.

If the European Court does not intervene, he could be sent out of Britain between June 28 and July 7.

Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny declined to comment on the decision, saying she would hold a news conference once Assange arrived in Sweden. Under Swedish rules, a detention hearing would have to be held within four days of Assange's arrival.

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Louise Nordstrom in Stockholm, Sweden, contributed to this report.

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Postby rath » Fri Jun 15, 2012 3:53 am

greeney2 wrote:UK's top court rejects Assange bid to reopen case
Britain's Supreme Court rejected WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange's bid to reopen his extradition case on Thursday, meaning the controversial transparency campaigner could be sent to Sweden by the end of the month.


Well it was bound to happen.

Now he has the chance to challenge Sweden's backward laws, & get the fake rape charges dismissed and get on with life & back to WikiLeaks.

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