Hillary Clinton says Assange must answer for what he's done

Russian diplomat slams Assange’s prosecution as US political elite’s revenge
Russia Slams Assange Arrest As 'Revenge of the U.S'
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13 April, 2019

The Wikileaks founder continued his operation with little interruption throughout his stay there until Correa's vice president, Lenin Moreno, took power in 2017 shortly after the 2016 US presidential election, during which Wikileaks published damaging emails from the DNC showing that the organization colluded with the media to rig the primary election against Bernie Sanders to secure Hillary Clinton's presidential nomination. This could mean the end for press freedom.

"It charges that Assange and Manning conspired to access government computers (to hack, in the vernacular)". Assange had been living in the embassy for seven years to escape arrest and possible extradition to the U.S. The two women who accused him said they had brief affairs with him while he was visiting the country, but that he later acted in a nonconsensual way - including having unwanted and unprotected sex with one of the women while she was asleep.

The debate rages on about whether or not Assange is a journalist, but it should be noted that several years ago when he was asked, Assange did claim to be a journalist.

In June 2012, Assange sought refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy to avoid arrest, fearing extradition to the United States.

The Ecuadorian government blamed WikiLeaks for the leaked documents, dubbed the INA Papers, an allegation that WikiLeaks denies. I know nothing about WikiLeaks. "The bottom line is he has to answer for what he has done, at least as it's been charged".

After Sweden dropped the case, Assange remained inside the embassy because he was still subject to arrest in Britain for jumping bail. The case would be handled by the Swedish Prosecution Authority's Development Center in Gothenburg.

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Deputy Director of Public Prosecution Eva-Marie Persson said prosecutors will examine the case before determining how to proceed.

With that established, within the first 24 hours of Assange's arrest different hackers from all around the world appear to have teamed up together to launch a massive and coordinated series of cyber attacks against the Ecuadorian Government and its infrastructure.

Elisabeth Massi Fritz, a Swedish lawyer who is representing a woman who alleged that Assange raped her, told the Associated Press via text message Thursday that "we are going to do everything" to have the Swedish case reopened "so Assange can be extradited to Sweden and prosecuted for rape".

Linking to a Guardian column by Owen Jones, Greenwald pointed out on Twitter Friday that people on "the actual left" in the United Kingdom, the United States, Latin America, and Europe have denounced the extradition effort while "U.S. establishment liberals have largely cheered it".

Zakharova is the latest Russian Federation official to comment on Assange's detention.


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