CIA and Mike Pompeo Sued for Illegally Spying on Assange

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  1. "Debra" is 100%wrong to think Attorney General Garland is going to do anything to address the Trump indictment of Assange. Garland is as deep state as they come and is not interested in the rule of law or protecting the rights of anyone let alone a citizen from another country. Key to remember is that it was the democrats who were the targets of much of Assange's reporting. Two of his contacts at the DNC were murdered for working with him. Free speech is actually "selective speech" in practice as the oligarchs hold all the power in the US, UK, and most of the EU.

    As illegal as what is happening to Assange….remember the US has more people in prison than China and Russia combined. Prisons in the US are labor camps sold to the citizens as "bastions of protection" keeping the citizens safe. Such nonsense. When the judicial branch of government is corrupt….those who are sitting in prison…may have never been charged with a crime are the victims of that corruption….which has gone on in the US since 1600. US citizens are doing nothing because that is what they always do….nothing. They pretend to be always waiting for the next election…when in reality, they simply vote for the same corruption which abounds throughout all tied to Washington from politicians to unelected bureaucrats.

    Keep in mind, that if you want money for a disaster, Americans will write you a check. If you expect Americans to take action to end the corruption in their own country and how that corruption bleeds into the rest of the world….forget it. They will never do that as it would require personal risk and they think all war and "real corruption" goes on somewhere other than the US. This propaganda myth will only be dispelled with the next war is fought in the US.

  2. The United States (US) continues to lose whatever credibility she still has around the world, as the Central Intelligence Agency, along with its former director, Mike Pompeo, are being sued in connection to the Julian Assange case. Instead of Julian being the criminal, it is the US that violates her very own constitution. An example of the US violating international law is the case of Puerto Rico. The US has thus far repeatedly ignored 40 United Nations resolutions asking her to immediately return Puerto Rico’s sovereignty to the Puerto Ricans. During 124 years of US colonialism in Puerto Rico, today more Puerto Ricans live away from our national territory, and half of the Puerto Ricans in Puerto Rico live in poverty! The US, therefore, is not the beacon of democracy. She is the beacon of plutocracy! US has no respect for the rule of law!

  3. YouTube has removed 29 videos from the channel of the Russian Embassy in the UK. As usual — without warning or explanation. The videos contained speeches by the Russian ambassador, as well as evidence of the AFU's war crimes against the civilian population of Donbass. Unconditional freedom of speech 🙈🙊🙉

  4. I do hope they win. That she thinks Garland is interested in justice or is a reasonable person as an extraordinary statement that I think will be disproven. That the gentleman believes that it is against the American way to restrict the press Also is worrisome historically. We have a long history in America of the government and powerful people blocking the freedom of press. Just look at Epstein and how few powerful people were sat in jail cells. There is an endless list of the American government and powerful people standing between justice and victims.

    Let's hope for once justice can get free of personal enrichment and corrupt politicians.

  5. Nothing surprises me anymore, they will do anything, and I mean anything to devavor on people that's coming in their way. History is full of it, they carry out their hideous plans no matter what happens to people. His crime was simply exposing them… HYPOCRISY is dripping from them… I wish they all work towards peace in the world… definitely it's a corrupt world! No peace, just wars and more wars… SAD!!!

  6. I'm read "A People History of the United States", which I recommend thoroughly. Throughout the history of the USA, people who were seen as threats to the system were dealt with in harsh ways. During the McCarthy era Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were sentenced to death on the testimony of self confessing liars. Appeals from Einstein, Sartre , Picasso and others were ignored. At the last minute the execution was halted but they still spent years in prison.
    The message was clear; toe the line, or get the chair.

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