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Postby rath » Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:42 am

US calls Assange 'enemy of state'

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Postby greeney2 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:19 am

You know how stupid you look posting that crap :oops: ?
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Postby rath » Sun Sep 30, 2012 5:47 am

greeney2 wrote:You know how stupid you look posting that crap :oops: ?



But it's funny .... & seems to be spot on the money .... don't you think.
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Postby greeney2 » Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:33 am

No,not at all the State deptment said nothing of the kind, look it up. I think I'm a lot more spot on seeing how you look most the time. I'm not the only one as you know. :roll:
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Postby rath » Mon Oct 01, 2012 12:41 am

greeney2 wrote:No,not at all the State deptment said nothing of the kind, look it up. I think I'm a lot more spot on seeing how you look most the time. I'm not the only one as you know. :roll:


All the threads on this topic 7 you still get your facts wrong. :oops:

The US military has now put Assange and WikiLeaks in the same legal category as the al-Qaeda terrorist network and the Taliban, Fairfax reports.

Declassified US Air Force counter-intelligence documents revealed military personnel who contact WikiLeaks or WikiLeaks supporters may be at risk of being charged with "communicating with the enemy", a military crime that carries a maximum sentence of death.


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“CIA Honeytrap” Ardin Deleted Twitter Posts Praising Assange

http://www.infowars.com/cia-honeytrap-a ... g-assange/

http://twitter.com/#!/therealardin

Anna Ardin reveals the conspiracy against Julian Assange!

Anna Ardin Twitter account reveals conspiracy!

It is not good that Julian Assange be extradited to Sweden. It does not wait for justice without law decay. I can as European Lawyer with over 20 years of practical experience in Sweden confirm. Shortly before Anna Ardin police reported Assange of rape that would have occurred during the night from 14 to 15 August 2010 in Sweden ruined her micro-blogging on Twitter. Although the cache on her tweets have been removed by a conspiratorial hands. But some genius has yet succeeded in restoring her tweets:

August 14, she writes at. 14.00:

Julian wants to go to a crayfish party, someone who has a few seats available tonight electricity tomorrow? # fb
From the twitter of Anna Ardin
· 5 days ago · Comment

At. 02:00 on the morning of 15 Aug, ie after the alleged rape, she writes:
Sunday, August 15

Sitting out here at 2am and just freeze with the world’s coolest smartest people, that’s amazing! # fb From the twitter of Anna Ardin · 5 days ago · Comment

Would you write like this if you just got raped? And why did she delete her twitter posts?



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Postby rath » Mon Oct 01, 2012 12:49 am

greeney2 wrote:No,not at all the State deptment said nothing of the kind, look it up. I think I'm a lot more spot on seeing how you look most the time. I'm not the only one as you know. :roll:


We all know who the silly bugger is here.

The question is ....... do you see how stupid you look. :D

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Greenwald wrote:The evidence that the US seeks to prosecute and extradite Assange is substantial. There is no question that the Obama justice department has convened an active grand jury to investigate whether WikiLeaks violated the draconian Espionage Act of 1917. Key senators from President Obama's party, including Senate intelligence committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, have publicly called for his prosecution under that statute. A leaked email from the security firm Stratfor – hardly a dispositive source, but still probative – indicated that a sealed indictment has already been obtained against him. Prominent American figures in both parties have demanded Assange's lifelong imprisonment, called him a terrorist, and even advocated his assassination.


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Postby rath » Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:03 am

Plus

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greeney2 wrote:So as the facts unfold, we will see the trail to wikileaks unfold, and that will implicate him.


Like i said im sure Bradley manning will lie & say whet ever the US wants him to, because he is a coward and like all americans he is a sell out.

We all know the rape charges are fake.

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Im sure the rest of the documents will find their way into the world now to.

From Ecuador perhaps.



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The internet filter coming to U.S - with barely any dissent

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Postby rath » Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:15 am

& lets not forget the facts here.

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Postby rath » Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:21 am

Thats right greeney2 ......... facts. :D


rath wrote:PRESS RELEASE - STRATFOR EMAILS: US HAS ISSUED SEALED INDICTMENT AGAINST JULIAN ASSANGE

Tuesday 28th February 2012 18:30 GMT

Confidential emails obtained from the US private intelligence firm Stratfor show that the United States Government has had a secret indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for more than 12 months.

Fred Burton, Stratfor’s Vice-President for Counterterrorism and Corporate Security, is a former Deputy Chief of the Department of State’s (DoS) counterterrorism division for the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS).

In early 2011, Burton revealed in internal Stratfor correspondence that a secret Grand Jury had already issued a sealed indictment for Assange: "Not for Pub — We have a sealed indictment on Assange. Pls protect." (375123) According to Burton: "Assange is going to make a nice bride in prison. Screw the terrorist. He’ll be eating cat food forever." (1056988) A few weeks earlier, following Julian Assange’s release from a London jail, where he had been remanded as a result of a Swedish prosecutor’s arrest warrant, Fred Burton told SkyNews: "extradition [to the US is] more and more likely". (373862).

Emails from Fred Burton reveal that the US Government employs the same counterterrorism strategy against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as against Al Qaeda: "Take down the money. Go after his infrastructure. The tools we are using to nail and de-construct Wiki are the same tools used to dismantle and track aQ [Al Qaeda]. Thank Cheney & 43 [former US President George W. Bush]. Big Brother owns his liberal terrorist arse." (1067796)

Ten days after the CIA reportedly assassinated Osama bin Laden, Burton writes in an email sent to Stratfor’s "Secure" mailing list that he "can get access to the materials seized from the OBL [Osama bin Laden] safe house." (1660854)

Burton states: "Ferreting out [Julian Assange’s] confederates is also key. Find out what other disgruntled rogues inside the tent or outside [sic]. Pile on. Move him from country to country to face various charges for the next 25 years. But, seize everything he and his family own, to include every person linked to Wiki." (1056763)

Along with the FBI, the Diplomatic Security Service and the Department of Defense (DoD) form a multi-agency US Government outfit seeking to criminally indict and prosecute WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. According to the Department of State, the DSS handles the investigation of all leads that involve the DoS and assists the DoD in forensic analysis of hard drives seized by the US Government in its ongoing criminal investigation.

Burton also says he "would pursue [c]onspiracy and [p]olitical [t]errorism charges and declassify the death of a source someone which [he] could link to Wiki" (1074383). Burton’s strategy is to: "[b]ankrupt the arsehole first," Burton states, "ruin his life. Give him 7-12 yrs for conspiracy." (1057220)

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said: "For over a year now, the US Attorney General Eric Holder has been conducting a "secret" Grand Jury investigation into WikiLeaks. This neo-McCarthyist witch hunt against WikiLeaks may be Mr Holder’s defining legacy. Any student of American history knows that secret justice is no justice at all. Justice must be seen to be done. Legitimate authority arises out of the informed consent of the governed, not Eric Holder’s press secretary. Secret Grand Juries with secret indictments are apparently Eric Holder’s preferred method of dealing with publishers who hold his administration to account. Eric Holder has betrayed the legacy of Madison and Jefferson. He should drop the case or resign. Should he continue, however, the Obama administration may not — Democrats and Republicans alike believe in the right to tell the truth."

As early as June 2010, after the release of the Collateral Murder video but prior to the Afghan War Diaries release, the emails talk of a sealed indictment. In an email conversation between Shane Harris, a National Security journalist, and Burton, Harris is surprised that Assange was reporteded to be attending a Las Vegas Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) conference. Burton remarks: "As a foreign national, we could revoke [Julian Assange’s] travel status and deport. Could also be taken into custody as a material witness. We COULD have a sealed indictment and lock him up. Depends upon how far along the military case is" (391504). Julian Assange cancelled his appearance at the IRE conference due to security concerns.

In another email to Stephen Feldhaus, Stratfor legal counsel, about Ronald Kessler, a "pro-FBI journalist", Burton remarks: “I look forward to Manning and Assange facing a bajillion-thousand counts [of espionage]." (1035283)

In July 2010 alleged WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning was moved from Camp Arifjan, Kuwait to the Quantico Brig in the Military District of Washington at the request of Maj. Gen. Terry Wolff, then Commanding General of the 1st Armored Division/US Division – Center in Iraq.

Wolff requested Manning’s move, the Pentagon reported, "due to a potentially lengthy pre-trial confinement because of the complexity of the charges and an ongoing investigation.” Three days before Manning arrived at Quantico Brig, Burton wrote to George Friedman, Stratfor CEO and founder:

“We probably asked the ASIS [Australian Secret Intelligence Service] to monitor Wiki coms and email, after the soldier from Potomac was nabbed. So, it’s reasonable to assume we probably already know who has done it. The delay could be figuring out how to declassify and use the Aussie intel on Wiki... The owner [Julian Assange] is a peacenik. He needs his head dunked in a full toilet bowl at Gitmo.”
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Postby greeney2 » Mon Oct 01, 2012 9:05 am

You can post all the bullshit you like, the State department made no such declaration.
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