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tradition case in Britain after being charged with felonies under the Espionage Act by the United States, and one of the judges overseeing the case has a glaring conflict of interest.

A report from Declassified UK peered into the records of Justice Jeremy Johnson, a judge overseeing Assange’s extradition case, and found that Johnson once worked for the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and their Ministry of Defence, their nation’s version of the Deep State.