9 friends put their faith in Assanges word, to bail him out of jail, and let him be a free man to conduct all his trials. YOU WERE NOT ONE OF THEM BY THE WAY, BUT COULD STILL KICK IN SOME MONEY RATH.
Those 9 friends today were ordered to pay in full the $150,000 dollars, becasue Assange jumped bail. What a friend and honorable guy!
This is the caliber of man you are defending, one who rapes women, womanizes, and stiffs his friends jumping bail and hiding out.
Oh please ..... they helped him. ( im sure they new what was going on )
Why is it you keep pretending to know what other people around julian Assange where / are thinking.
Greeny2 ... Why do you keep trying to put your own spin, & miss-information into this topic .... You don't know what happened between julian Assange & his friends & co-workers ... ( including ex-co workers )
You where not there, so your views are just pure speculation & lies.
Stick to the facts .....
Fact .... Julian Assange Wont's to go back to Sweden and clear this up ( he has said so ) but Sweden will not allow him to.
Fact .... The USA has a grand jury sitting now, waiting to issue a warrant for Juliasn Assanges arrest & or Assassination.
UNITED STATES prosecutors have drawn up secret charges against the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, according to a confidential email obtained from the private US intelligence company Stratfor.
In an internal email to Stratfor analysts on January 26 last year, the vice-president of intelligence, Fred Burton, responded to a media report concerning US investigations targeting WikiLeaks with the comment: ''We have a sealed indictment on Assange.''
''If I thought I could switch this dickhead off without getting done I don't think I'd have too much of a problem.'' … Stratfor's Chris Farnham on Assange. Photo: AP
He underlined the sensitivity of the information - apparently obtained from a US government source - with warnings to ''Pls [please] protect'' and ''Not for pub[lication]''.
Mr Burton is well known as an expert on security and counterterrorism with close ties to the US intelligence and law enforcement agencies. He is the former deputy chief of the counter-terrorism division of the US State Department's diplomatic security service.
Stratfor, whose headquarters are in Austin, Texas, provides intelligence and analysis to corporate and government subscribers.
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