For Years, Journalists Cheered Assange’s Abuse. Now They’ve Paved His Path to a US Gulag | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

For Years, Journalists Cheered Assange’s Abuse. Now They’ve Paved His Path to a US Gulag

Court hearings in Britain over the US administration’s extradition case against Julian Assange begin in earnest next week. The decade-long saga that brought us to this point should appall anyone who cares about our increasingly fragile freedoms.

A journalist and publisher has been deprived of his liberty for 10 years. According to UN experts, he has been arbitrarily detained and tortured for much of that time through intense physical confinement and endless psychological pressure. He has been bugged and spied on by the CIA during his time in political asylum, in Ecuador’s London embassy, in ways that violated his most fundamental legal rights. The judge overseeing his hearings has a serious conflict of interest – with her family embedded in the UK security services – that she did not declare and which should have required her to recuse herself from the case.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Those people who have cheered Assange's abuse, are no journalists; they are simply the bought and paid for shills cheerleading their governments' agendas, nothing more; nothing less.

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