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Postby greeney2 » Mon Sep 17, 2012 9:51 am

Is this another ride on the Austrailian Merry Go Round? :lol: You are sounding like Joker on the other forum now. :roll:
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Postby rath » Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:53 am

greeney2 wrote:Is this another ride on the Austrailian Merry Go Round? :lol: You are sounding like Joker on the other forum now. :roll:





it Looks like it .... So unless your willing to admit that your wrong. then on the merry go round we stay.

You are sounding like Joker on the other forum now. :roll:


:lol: He wishes ...... we all know joker is just a wanna be Australian.
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Postby hxxx » Wed Sep 19, 2012 5:49 pm

Let's see all alleged criminals extradited to face trial, huh?

Italy court upholds American convictions
By COLLEEN BARRY
Associated Press / September 19, 2012

ROME - Italy's highest criminal court on Wednesday upheld the convictions of 23 Americans in the abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect from a Milan street as part of the CIA's extraordinary rendition program, paving the way to possible extradition requests by Italian authorities.

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Milan Prosecutor Armando Spataro, one of Italy’s top anti-terrorism magistrates who shaped the prosecution, hailed the top court’s decision, saying it was tantamount to a finding that extraordinary rendition ‘‘is incompatible with democracy.’’

http://www.boston.com/news/world/europe ... story.html
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Postby rath » Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:29 am

hxxx wrote:Let's see all alleged criminals extradited to face trial, huh?

Italy court upholds American convictions
By COLLEEN BARRY
Associated Press / September 19, 2012

ROME - Italy's highest criminal court on Wednesday upheld the convictions of 23 Americans in the abduction of an Egyptian terror suspect from a Milan street as part of the CIA's extraordinary rendition program, paving the way to possible extradition requests by Italian authorities.

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Milan Prosecutor Armando Spataro, one of Italy’s top anti-terrorism magistrates who shaped the prosecution, hailed the top court’s decision, saying it was tantamount to a finding that extraordinary rendition ‘‘is incompatible with democracy.’’

http://www.boston.com/news/world/europe ... story.html



That is so true, & iv made that point myself.

If the USA starts going around putting a fatwa and getting the grand jury to put out a arrest / kill on sight order on every person they feel has embarrassed the USA, then be ready for the tables to turn.

A country can't just expect that they can label citizens of other country's criminals & have them extradited & then tortured & or killed & not think this will set the rules of diplomacy for many years to come.

EXAMPLE.


What happens to U.S military personnel accused of war crimes, ..... no longer will the USA be able to have it's personal tried in secret, in a U.S military court ........ justice will be dished out by others from now on, according to local laws.

If a US marine, raps a young girl in Japan ..... No more US military court ..... Local Justice.

When a US solider kills innocent reporters in Iraq ......... No more US millitary court ..... Local Justice.

When US military personal get drunk on leave & get into a bar fight with locals ..... No more US millitary court ..... Local Justice.



The USA can't expect to change the rules to suit it self, & not think the rest of the world wont do the same.

After all ...... that is why the British government decided not to revoke Ecuador's diplomatic immunity over its diplomatic office in London where Julian Assange is now living.

because had it removed Ecuador's diplomatic immunity & embassy status & then raided the office looking for Julian Assange.


Well, that would then mean all country's could also, remove the Diplomatic status of British embassy from around the world. & raid the British embassy for intelligence & diplomatic secrets.

A case of whats good for the goose ......

Thus opening a loophole, that could never be closed. ( which is what the USA is Doing regarding julian Assange. )
Meaning these new rules & definitions will also apply to all Americans, military, government or civilian.
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Postby greeney2 » Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:09 am

Rath your logic is dumber than dirt sometimes. You miss the point totally that in all those examples of Military justice, they are now facing Federal charges, not a state or local charge. Secondly they are judged by a much more strict standard of a militay jury, not a civilian jury. Third that civilian defense attorneys are not going to turn the trial into a fiasco of creating unreasonable doubt and getting accused off scott free by duping a jury picked from random civilians. The crossection of civilian juries are picked certain ways to get people off, where military juries will not have this element of jury manipulation by lawyers.

In case you did not know it, it was the USA who interviened with the UK telling them NOT to enter the embassy of Equdor. It was the USA who was advocating NOT violating their diplomatic position in the UK, and NOT entering the embassy to get Assange. The State Deptment implored the UK to comply with this and they did.

To date the USA has no arrest warrent for Assange whatsoever.

Glad you are making friends with someone---what a surprise its a jerk like Hxxx!
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Postby rath » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:53 pm

greeney2 wrote:Rath your logic is dumber than dirt sometimes. You miss the point totally that in all those examples of Military justice, they are now facing Federal charges, not a state or local charge. Secondly they are judged by a much more strict standard of a militay jury, not a civilian jury. Third that civilian defense attorneys are not going to turn the trial into a fiasco of creating unreasonable doubt and getting accused off scott free by duping a jury picked from random civilians. The crossection of civilian juries are picked certain ways to get people off, where military juries will not have this element of jury manipulation by lawyers.

In case you did not know it, it was the USA who interviened with the UK telling them NOT to enter the embassy of Equdor. It was the USA who was advocating NOT violating their diplomatic position in the UK, and NOT entering the embassy to get Assange. The State Deptment implored the UK to comply with this and they did.

To date the USA has no arrest warrent for Assange whatsoever.

Glad you are making friends with someone---what a surprise its a jerk like Hxxx!


Oh my god Greeny .... REALLY.


you cant be that out of it.


You miss the point totally that in all those examples of Military justice, they are now facing Federal charges, not a state or local charge. Secondly they are judged by a much more strict standard of a militay jury, not a civilian jury.


You miss the point totally


HAHAHA, pot calling the kettle black.

they are now facing Federal charges, not a state or local charge. Secondly they are judged by a much more strict standard of a militay jury, not a civilian jury.


So what .... who cares ... not me .... has nothing to do with the facts .....


they are now facing Federal charges, not a state or local charge. Secondly they are judged by a much more strict standard of a militay jury, not a civilian jury.

why are you telling me this ??????



Here i lay it out for you .....


weather or not the usa decides on a case by case bases to charge somebody ( a military officer ) in the usa with federal, or state, charges in a civilian of military court makes no difference, if the usa changes the rules.


the only reason the usa takes its people back to the USA to face trile is because it has agreements with each country to do so.

But.

If those said country's change that decision / procedure to fit in line with the usa's new rules.

Well you will see less us personnel going back to the usa to face hearings, regardless of weather they face trial in a state or federal or military court as they will never get back to the usa ...


New rules as set down by the usa will see us personnel executed or imprisoned in the country were the crime was committed ........ no special treatment anymore.
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Postby greeney2 » Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:37 pm

First you have no knowledge of the law, and secondly, you are demanding special treatment for your rapist hero.
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Postby rath » Fri Sep 21, 2012 1:50 am

greeney2 wrote:First you have no knowledge of the law,


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

See there you go again....

no idea what your talking about ....... SHAME.


know body is talking about U.S law here. you just don't get it do you.

your doing the same this at1with0 is doing .... arguing a point that is neither here nor there, just to try an compensate for your lack of understanding.
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Postby greeney2 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 9:27 am

Like you get Swedens Rape laws or the UK Supreme Court? :crazy:
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Postby rath » Sat Sep 22, 2012 5:11 am

greeney2 wrote:Like you get Swedens Rape laws or the UK Supreme Court? :crazy:



I don't need to know the ins & outs of Sweden's laws to know that something that was not a crime, when the said event took place ..... means no laws were broken.

if it's not illegal, it's not a crime.

ergo .... derrrr.
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