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Julian Assange will learn on January 4 whether he will be sent to US

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Julian Assange will learn on January 4 whether he will be sent to US

"Let's get a julian assange update here because yeah we haven't talked to this new but i'm pretty sure they did rule here not that long ago. let's see muller investigated julian assange assange lawyer says trump offered a deal to avoid extradition. That was a month ago four days ago. Rt reports prison friend of julian assange commit suicide to avoid deportation and six days ago Media silence on assange aids trump. So not a whole lot as far as breaking news. I guess look. The daily mail reported a week ago. Julian assange learns. Us extradition fate over hacking on january fourth so that the next big day is going to be january fourth where he will be. According to this report he will find out whether he will be extradited to the united states to face charges. That could see him for one. Hundred and seventy five years. He's facing eight forty nine years old now. He spent last decade of his life. You know basically behind bars he was in the ecuadorian embassy for six or seven years or something house a longtime faces eighteen charges including a plot to hack computers and conspiracy to obtain and disclose national defense information. He is said to have plotted with defense analyst chelsea manning more reasonably to expose war crimes by the government correct and it wasn't he who hacked any computers. He was simply helping chelsea manning crack password and i mean calling it calling crack s. I find it kinda humorous views. It was like it was basically just like a hash or something like that of of Something or other. And i don't know it was it was it was it was too well. No i know but it was. It was such a week. It's so weak to call at cracking I'm sorry but like okay. Maybe maybe fine. Maybe it was technically somehow illegal. But i just how can it be illegal. If he's not based in the united states. Well the thing is right back to this whole thing where they didn't. He didn't actually attack a server with like random passwords chelsea. Got the file and send it to him right right and so he basically looked up. It was like looking up the password based on hash or something like that. He helped chelsea with whatever she tells. Find out what the what the password would be based on the hash or something like that. Issue was not in within the so posad geographic land mass of the united states at the time he did not breach any security. No within the united states government. But yet it's like. Harvard is like conspiracy to assist hacking or something like that. It was so ridiculous. Yeah he's such a stretch to say that he did you know Nature conspiracy to obtain and disclosed national defense information and a hacking charge of some sort or blacking. Charges mockery with intent to gawk district. Judge vanessa. Bharat sir has reserved judgment. Her hearing dozens of witnesses called by assange legal team in a bid to persuade her to block his extradition appearing via video link from the belmarsh prison assange spoke to confirm his name and date of birth edward fitzgerald. the attorney for asana said quote. This is just a caller over. We're in contact with judge. Berate sir about the timetable. I think she's dealing with that. On behalf of mr assange. There are no submission. so they don't have anything to say at this point they've made their argument and the final judgment come down in just under two months time on january fourth. So that's where we're at

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Assange 'secretly fathered two children' in Ecuadorean embassy

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

Assange 'secretly fathered two children' in Ecuadorean embassy

"News one of the lawyers for the wikileaks founder Julian Assange has revealed that she has two children with him conceived while he was in hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London Stella Maris says they met in twenty eleven before Mr songs took refuge in the embassy where he remained for seven years she wants him to be released from

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Lawyer: Assange was offered US pardon if he cleared Russia

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Lawyer: Assange was offered US pardon if he cleared Russia

"At a preliminary hearing in London Wednesday an attorney for wikileaks founder Julian a song read a statement from another lawyer who says that Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher went to see signs at the Ecuadorean embassy in London in twenty seventeen on instructions from president Donald Trump according to the statement from attorney Jennifer Robinson Rohrabacher relayed the trump was offering a pardon or some other way out if the sign said Russia had nothing to do with the leaks from the Democratic National Committee during the twenty sixteen election White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham says trump has never spoken to Rohrabacher about a son full hearing for a son who's fighting extradition to the U. S. on spying charges is scheduled to begin next week hi Mike

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Lawyer: Assange was offered US pardon if he cleared Russia

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Lawyer: Assange was offered US pardon if he cleared Russia

"At a preliminary hearing in London Wednesday an attorney for wikileaks founder Julian a song read a statement from another lawyer who says that Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher went to see a Sandra at the Ecuadorean embassy in London in twenty seventeen on instructions from president Donald Trump according to the statement from attorney Jennifer Robinson Rohrabacher relayed the trump was offering a pardon or some other way out if the sign said Russia had nothing to do with the leaks from the Democratic National Committee during the twenty sixteen election White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham says trump has never spoken to Rohrabacher about a son full hearing for a son who's fighting extradition to the U. S. on spying charges is scheduled to begin next week hi Mike Crossey

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Pamela Anderson marries fellow five-timer Jon Peters

Celeb News Ride Home

03:42 min | 11 months ago

Pamela Anderson marries fellow five-timer Jon Peters

"Pamela Anderson got secretly married to this super-rich movie mogul Hollywood producer. Sir Guy John Peters yesterday in Malibu Congrats Pam Fun fact. John Peters produced one of my favorite movies of all time Bradley. Cooper's a stars born starring Lady Gaga. He actually also produced the Barbra streisand. A star is born. which haven't seen I know I should see it anyway anyway? The couple actually has quite the romantic love story. And I I'm into it. I'm I'm here for this Marital Union. According to the Hollywood Hollywood reporter the couple quote I dated more than thirty years ago reunited in recent months and have kept the relationship under wraps and quote. It's it's also their fifth marriage for both of them. I'm not like a numbers person. I'm not into like numerology or anything but it's both of their fifth marriages. I feel like that that means something like they match both had four marriages before this. This is their fifth. I think it's cool. They've they've sinked up on how many ex spouses they have anyway. When they first met and dated she was only nineteen but he was instantly smitten with her? It sounds like maybe they broke up because they have a bit of an age gap going on and she was very young at the time he gave sweet statement on their relationship to the Hollywood reporter saying quote there are beautiful girls everywhere could have my pick but for thirty five years. I've only wanted Pamela. She makes me wild in a good way. End Quote. Okay Dude I mean that is sweet. It's romantic but could do without the I could have my pick part. I mean come on like he could have his pick really are gonNA come in case. You Forgot Origin Watch. MTV's Davies the hills reboot last year that starred. Pamela Anderson's son Pam has been recently living in France. T. H. R. summed. MDA Her recent international paid saying quote. The former Baywatch star fifty two had moved to France and Morriston an international woman who was frequently photographed entering the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to visit Julian assange or addressing animal rights issues at the Kremlin before Vladimir Putin and quote. Well who knows if she's GONNA keeping an international woman of mystery or if she's back in Malibu for good either way. I'm happy for the the newlyweds. The best part about this secret Malibu leading and secret relationship is that Pamela Anderson confirmed it to the Hollywood reporter in the best way possible. I've never seen this before this. This is actually wild. Her statement to the Hollywood reporter a media site was not like a normal statement. She didn't like say I am so happy to be married. Like you know like. Please respect our privacy or whatever. She confirmed their marriage in a poem. That's right it wasn't just a poem that she wrote and published herself is a poem that is specifically statement to the Hollywood reporter. I love okay. I don't have anything else to say about this marriage. I'm just GonNa leave you with me. Reciting Pamela Anderson's poem that's also a statement to the Hollywood reporter here. We go quote. John is the original bad boy of Hollywood. No one compares. I love him deeply like family. His life used to scare me so much for girl like me. Now I've seen more of life and realize he's been there all along never failed me. I'm ready now. And he's ready to we understand and respect each other. We love each other UH with out conditions. I'm lucky woman proof. God has a plan.

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Sweden Drops Julian Assange Rape Inquiry

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Sweden Drops Julian Assange Rape Inquiry

"Now alleged rape investigation in Sweden against wikileaks founder Julian the son has now been dropped a son still there British prison where he was arrested several months ago for being evicted from the Ecuadorean embassy in London he's been hiding there to avoid extradition to the U. S. originally published allegedly publishing

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Ecuador Investigates Data Breach of Some 20 Million People

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuador Investigates Data Breach of Some 20 Million People

"Right up Ecuador's dealing with a massive national data breach which officials say has like the the tail personal and financial information of more than twenty million people which is pretty much the population of Ecuador an internet security company says the breach was found on an on secured server in Miami owned by an Ecuadorean consulting and analytics company investigators say the information may already be in the hands of malicious parties there's a report about hacked included info on wikileaks founder Julian the son she was holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London from twenty twelve until earlier this

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Covering Assange

Correspondents Report

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Covering Assange

"For close to a decade, the ABC's London bureau has been covering one of the world's most controversial figures. The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in recent days, he missed an extradition hearing in London, because his lawyers say his health is deteriorating. The US has charged Assange with violating its espionage, act and Sweden wants to question him over a rape allegation. So is the Estrela and tries to fight competing extradition, requests Europe. Correspondent Bridget Brennan looks back at how the bureau has covered the story this, argh Arriva, Julian Assange, has become one of the longest running global stories, the say, has ever covered humiliated, the most powerful country in the world. ABC tracked, Julian Assange is rise with WikiLeaks as a deeply divisive figure who inspired, both admiration, and fury. We reported on his battle from London to avoid bang cinch. The US light of this afternoon here in London. You can imagine this quite a crowd. Camped outside reporters with their in Sweden to examine allegations, Julian Assange, six release salted to women in two thousand eighteen came to Sweden on the eleventh of August two thousand and ten we covered his decision to seek asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy, where he remained for almost seven years. It's a very complicated process, Paul. What is happening is the Ecuadorian prosecutor has been here today. We're going to see any sign that all of Mr Assange on that balcony with him on some correspondent, sue relatively incremental movements in these on story while he was holed up in the embassy J foreign correspondent Filipina. Gms is saying every twist in tune fills, banning the bureau in London this week, I've been involved with it all the way along from the beginning from the first time that he was charged. I was at the magistrates court in Westminster. It's selling ago is two thousand and ten that the actual court doesn't exist anymore. It's been moved somewhere. Else. And when he first appeared, he had this huge country, several hundred people supporting him and everywhere he went he could attract a lodge crowd, including celebrities, Jemima Khan others that believed in his cause. But as time drifted by as those months in the Ecuadorian embassy became years interest dropped off people started to desert him, and I think increasingly he's felt more and more as times calling home. And now I was at today, there was a few dozen supporters maybe certainly ni- big names really? It's interesting. Do you think he was a divisive figure from the start a think that, that to do what he's done requires a certain personality? And he's, he's a very intense gov individual a couple of times. And he's very certain that. He's right. And I think that probably turns people off a bit of a time. So he's not not an easy. Personality, that's completely removed from any judgment about Hema what he's done. But he is a difficult personality. And I think that it's hard to keep supporting someone if, if you kind of have a separation, if you don't actually like him, and that is part of his problem. But in terms of, you know, the, the cases that he he's faces possible extradition to Sweden possible extradition to the United States, that's a completely separate matter. And I think we should always be very careful to separate, you know, those legal issues and how you feel about the man personally, I found myself in Stockholm a couple of weeks ago. This was my first time reporting on Julian Assange, it was he that Swedish prosecutors made the monumental decision to reopen ripe investigation probable cause to suspect that mistress Sange committed three an offense of the London bureau has also reported on Sanjay's health concerns for several years. Forty-three rolled confirm. His health had suffered while in the embassy. But did not comment on reports. He had developed he supported say. He's physical health is deteriorating quickly. Does it surprise you that some of his supporters, and lawyers, and now very concerned for his health after that time in the embassy, McGovern was said that if anyone was ever designed to be able to survive in seven years in a darkened room with a computer for company? It's him, but even even he succumbed. I mean you could see, you know, the effect of not getting sunlight in the vitamin d yet the have a sun lamp, he had an exercise but to, to try and keep fit. But it took its toll. You could say that, and psychologically, even he, I think, in a couldn't in the end tolerate that, that 'isolation. I mean his visitors started to be restricted. He's still had some a couple of celebs, it used to come and see him. Pamela Anderson as a big fan, of course and a regular visitor. You can't be stuck effective. -vely in one or two rooms for seven years, and, and expect to come out psychologically, undamaged. You know this man, that has dominated reporting life either. I've nearly ten years. And of course, now sits in Belmarsh, prison, and faces the possibility of the rest of his life in a, a US jail. It's his situation has gone from pretty bad being stuck in that embassy to absolutely die considering what he might face in the future. We legs describes his cases, one of major historical significance. The will surely be there to say how it all unfolds. No doubt about that Bridget Brennan with that report.

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Julian Assange rape case to be reopened in Sweden

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Julian Assange rape case to be reopened in Sweden

"Got news about Julian Assange this morning, Sweden has just decided to go ahead and reopen. The rape case, here's CBS's. Vicki Barker leaks, founders spent seven years hold up in the Ecuadorian embassy here to allude Swedish sexual assault charges which were then mothballed until now here's Swedish prosecutor edema repairs through an interpreter. Since he has presented request to be open. The pretty new mitigation consenting Ray. And to continue the investigation of currently serving a fifty week jail term here for jumping bail. That's British officials will have to decide who takes precedent Sweden or the US which wants to try him over the hacking of Pentagon

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Rape, Eva Marie Paerson And Vicki Barker discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Rape, Eva Marie Paerson And Vicki Barker discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

"Everything. Prosecutors have just announced a decision in a rape case involving Julian Assange live to London and correspondent Vicki Barker, though, WikiLeaks founder spent seven years hold up in the Ecuadorian embassy here to allude Swedish sexual assault charges which were then mothballed until now here's Swedish prosecutor Eva Marie Paerson through an interpreter. Since think close has presented request to reopen the investigation consenting rape. And to continue. The

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British Judge Sentences Julian Assange To 50 Weeks In Prison

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

British Judge Sentences Julian Assange To 50 Weeks In Prison

"Judge London in sentencing WikiLeaks, founder Julian Assange to fifty weeks in prison. It's for skipping bail seven years ago when he fled to the Ecuadorian embassy to escape extradition to the United States. He has an extradition hearing on Thursday.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Thousand Democratic National Committee emails that had been stolen by Russian government hackers including those of then presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton and very recently January of this year documents from the Vatican Revilla power struggle between pope Francis. And more conservative factions over the future of the Catholic church dirt. What got him in trouble is he was staying at the Ecuadorian embassy in London England, and he couldn't help himself that he put out he most likely he put out information about the president of Ecuador, including a picture of the president in bed with full lobster meal. All decadence and the big deal being that the country is so poor. But. Yeah. You're staying at his house. Even though we hated OJ who else did we hated that kid that stayed with them? Those cares. What I fucking you're in his house. Informer? So who can you trust? Okay. It's a little I mean. Mail in a hotel room. And I'm your only friend Kato right that your tongue kit. Okay. Yeah. Everyone just saw pieces share while OJ was on trial for murder murder, and he was headlines pieces shoes know, how to be a friend. What do you surfer asshole? Why is he so casual is that a smile? Swedish. Prosecutors pondered the possibility of reviving their sex crime investigation into Assange, the allegation that sentiment is seven years of hiding in the first place Sweden's deputy director persecution prosecution says her office received a request from the cues IRS lawyers that they're going to look into this again weekly editor and chief Christian Harrison said that let's see was sons behind bars he was struggling with shoulder pain tooth pain, by the way, when they found him funny. They don't mention this first when he found him in that hotel, he had shit like all over the walls. Like, he is like an animal. He's he's a weirdo thinks. So whether you think he's doing good or not he also habits shit on walls. Wow. It's very interesting that the brain does both those things. Yeah. Yeah. Chelsea manning. Of course, he's in jail right now convicted of leaking classified information to WikiLeaks. It was tossed in jail for refusing to testify to a grand jury investigation. So he sticking to our she excuse me. Now, she she's sticking to our convictions. She's thirty one she said, no, I can't I can't reveal any sources or information. And I will quote, except whatever you bring upon me. Impressive impressive to the end. She said grand jurors are probing WikiLeaks publication of more than seven hundred thousand classified documents released to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan when she gave the group in which gave a group in two thousand ten manning was sentenced to thirty five years in prison over the leaks before sentence was commuted by President Obama in two thousand seventeen so that's somebody who showed up to the polls. And I can't let a Republican. Alabama is like I don't want to deal with them asking me, which gel to put her in. Right. Right. Did they actually were they gonna put her in the end of gone to jail. And did they respect the trends? What you know? Now, I'm seeing when I was reading this article, they weren't with female the whole time..

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The buyers dot com. Julian Assange, she got kicked out of the Ecuadorian embassy. They allowed the British police to commit an arrest him probably will face extradition to the United States. It will take years they're saying to get him to the United States. Now, the reason we heard for this is that he was wearing out his welcome that he was a bad houseguests that he had violated rules, including getting involved in foreign countries politics inserting himself in that. Well, the Ecuadorian president Lenin Marino apparently Ecuador has a bit of a problem. They have a lot of financial strain. The people are not doing. Well. There's. It's on its way down and people are not living. Good lives there in Ecuador and the Ecuadorian president Lennon Marino was embarrassed by a photograph of him lay lying in bed late lounging. He's giant platter of lobster in front of him, lobster tails all types with flowers on the plate and everything. And he looks like he he may be on vacation somewhere. And was highly embarrassing to Marino. That's a huge sprint looking at this photo. This is like if they got like four room service carts and put them all together. Like MacAulay Culkin the first day Malone crashing at the plaza hotel is a cheese pizza just for me. Well, this is many lobsters just for me this. This picture was among two hundred private emails Texan documents that were posted to a website and anonymous website called Ianna papers dot org posted early last month. Merano blamed Assange is WikiLeaks for the publication really also included photos of the president and his wife on lavish European vacation. He and he gave a radio interview, which the president said photos of my bedroom. What I eat and how my wife and daughters and friends dance released a son can cannot lie or much less hack deprived accounts or private foes, no Wiki leak has denied that they were behind this leak, but it makes sense that this leaked in early March. And all of a sudden you see Julian Assange kicked out of the Ecuadorian embassy. So there may be more to the story other than he was just a bad house guest didn't take care of his cat..

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Ecuador's President Moreno accuses Julian Assange of hosting hackers within embassy

WBBM Evening News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuador's President Moreno accuses Julian Assange of hosting hackers within embassy

"Washington. Ecuador's president is accusing Julian Assange of hosting numerous hackers of the Ecuadorian embassy in London to give them directions on how to spread information on topics important to the WikiLeaks, founder and his financiers. Assange had enjoyed asylum at the Ecuadorian embassy in London since twenty twelve until it was revoked

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Ecuador says Assange turned embassy into "center of spying"

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuador says Assange turned embassy into "center of spying"

"By Neil Ecuador's, president says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange repeatedly violated his asylum conditions and tried to use the Ecuadorian embassy in London is a center for spying London. Police dragged Assange out of the embassy last week after his seven-year asylum was revoked paving the way for his extradition to the US. For one of the biggest ever leaks of classified information. Sanchez. Attorney Jennifer Robinson told Sky News your client, acted as a journalist indictment, clearly engages newsgathering activities and the kinds of communication. That journalists have with sources the time relationship with his hosts collapse after Ecuador accused him of leaking information about the

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Pence: Trump saying 'I love WikiLeaks' doesn't mean he endorses it

Killer Innovations

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pence: Trump saying 'I love WikiLeaks' doesn't mean he endorses it

"Vice President Mike Pence says his boss is not a fan of Wiki leaks. USA's Rick Vinton has more vice President Mike Pence slams. Julia. Assange the WikiLeaks founder who was arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy, and in an interview with CNN denied that President Trump's previously professed support of WikiLeaks was any endorsement of president always says you in the media do always welcomes information, but that was in no way and endorsement now understand was involved in disseminating classified information, the United States of America. The vice president says the Justice department is now seeking extradition, and we're going to bring Julian Assange to Justice for being involved in one of the greatest compromises of classified information in American history.

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Vice President Pence Slams WikiLeaks Assange

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Vice President Pence Slams WikiLeaks Assange

"By President Mike Pence slams Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who was arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy and an interview with CNN denied that President Trump's previously professed support. Wikileaks was any endorsement of president always says you in the media to always welcomes information, but there was in no way endorsement Redel understand was involved in disseminating classified information, the United States of America. The vice president says the Justice department is now seeking expedition and we're going to bring Julian Assange to Justice for being involved in one of the greatest compromises of classified information in American

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"And of course, he still has a lot of very hard core supporters, and those people will continue to support him. And for me. I don't know. I I don't know if this is not even sure if this is I don't think I don't know if people will agree with me on this. But the fact that now we can move on from Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy just get this done with at some point. You knew he was going to have to have a come to Jesus moment. The British officials were outside the Ecuadorian embassy twenty four seven just waiting for him to take one step outside. And then of course, in this case when the Ecuadorian embassy lifted the asylum status, they were they were welcomed in. But it seems like now we can have the trial get more information. And let's just start this next five year process for him. And then Julian Assange will still just be fifty years old can make I'm really it's a weird thing to say almost entertainment type trope, but I think he can make a comeback. I really do. I think you could just be back because he couldn't do anything in the Ecuadorian embassy. I mean, he had sex with Pam Anderson a bunch, I guess, which vegan sandwiches is not cute. Will he probably could use the stake by by the looks at him. But by the looks of some iron. But anyway, I think this might be the best thing that could happen to them. Isn't this like a kind of shitty precedent though arrest? I mean, this is the president. This has been this has been happening for a long long long long time. I don't know. I it seems like we shouldn't be like celebrating. Oh, I'm not celebrate. Mansion celebrating or like, you know, well the politicians across the country. Celebrating government is going to celebrate. When they get one of the biggest hackers in US and UK, I think you know, when you talk about there's something's went on here. Because because we don't know if the only indictment that was sealed for about a year, and he's got the to rape charges still in Sweden, right, which closed them was dropped. But now one of them is still open, and they wanna pursue that. Okay. The the woman's lawyer came out and said that they wanna pursue something. Without so much of what the limitations is Sweden. But they currently that's still an open an open way for them to go. I think that if I don't think he's going to go to prison for only five years, I think that one would have to bring extra charges, and I think that they're going to personally, I don't think they're gonna let him get away with a five year sentence. I mean, if I think that they're probably gonna try it while they have him. Let's not forget. Get a sitting president of the United States. Barack Obama did pardon Chelsea Manning. So maybe they just want to do ally. I mean for all intents and purposes, he's been arrested for seven years now granted a much much much much nicer jail than the one he'll be going to now. But I wouldn't be surprised if they do the five or one to five and then turn him than just use him. All the 'cause they he has information the US government would really he's going to be in an orange jumpsuit doing community hacking, really seriously service hacking, you know, it's funny and in two thousand sixteen Trump was like I love WikiLeaks, and the Assange thing he's like, I actually don't know. I I don't know. I don't know literally pulling them Ryan Carey, I don't know her on Julian Assange, well, l tell you one thing as as Obama did with manning. I would not be surprised if Trump did it with with Assange as it's all wrapped up and all that Russia investigation stuff all that hoax. I I wouldn't be surprised if Donald Trump just went full on like I am doing. A sweeping pardon of anyone that was ever indicted because of this Russia hoax so who with. Today. I just never know Trump's gonna do so could. But it's so yesterday morning actually was kinda surprised at move this fast because necessary..

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"He has been kind of pissing off his hosts for years now, there are a lot of reports of him skateboarding through the halls of the embassy, which apparently was skateboarding the halls at ruin the floors, just like a eight year old boy completely ruined the hardwood floors, Richie, rich. What the heck is that? What you want? You mean scape? I mean, maybe this is what Pamela Anderson saw him. She saw a free wheelin fun Levin kid who just wanted to expose war atrocities that were taking place at the hands of the United States military in Iraq. Maybe skater boys. Type not sure what he looks like Gandalf right now. So. Gone boarding through the Ecuadorian embassy. Well, if you put like that, very cool. Again, anything Gandalf does pretty DOE as a beard that is it's one of those unfortunate beards that will not grow toward the top part of the phase at only goes the bottom. So it's almost like unintentionally Amish looking yeah. Apparently have a lot of people people around him say that hygiene is not like a priority for him. Apparently. Why would it be? What's the point who cares? Not going out in the sun. A long time. It's got the white beard rolling over indeed deficiency. I'm sure of that only can get this online. Yes. On lamp. But he can only get this online really vice de Niro window. Oh my goodness. I can imagine. So Brooke mentioned the Amish beard on Julian Assange, of course, unlike the Amish she is very technologically savvy. Why did Wicky leaks get so famous what ki- leaks on the map as I mentioned the Iraq war was crucial to that? So in two thousand and ten it seems like it's just seems like this is always been information that was out there. It's amazing was only nine years ago in two thousand and ten WikiLeaks released American files that documented the killing of civilians and journalists and the abuse of detainees by forces of the United States and other countries airing officials unvarnished unflattering views of allies and American actions now of. We also had some of that he worked with who was sentenced to prison that person being Chelsea Manning. Who is a former army intelligence analyst, then known, of course, as Bradley Manning. She was convicted of leaking the that collection of files and was sentenced to thirty five years in prison. And now she finds herself back behind bars for refusing to testify in front of a grand jury..

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Assange Arrested: Trump claims to 'know nothing about WikiLeaks'

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Assange Arrested: Trump claims to 'know nothing about WikiLeaks'

"I know nothing about WikiLeaks. It's not my thing. President Trump reacted the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, forty seven years old who sits in jail in London after hiding out at the Ecuadorian embassy in England for the past seven years more now from the president. I know there is something having to do with Julian Assange, I've I've been seeing what happened with orange and that will be a determination. I would imagine mostly by the attorney general doing an excellent job. So he'll be making a determination. No nothing really about him. It's not my it's not my deal in life. Assange is attorney Jennifer Robinson speaking with reporters, we will be contesting and fighting extradition we've requested that he now gets medical treatment. He's been refused medical treatment for the pasta and seven years since being the embassy.

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U.S. charges Assange with conspiring to break into a government computer

Joe Pags

01:36 min | 1 year ago

U.S. charges Assange with conspiring to break into a government computer

"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Sorry, say by say, I need you to say more English. British Broadcasting company. Did did it today? I say if you can go ahead Assange took refuge in the embassy in two thousand twelve void extradition to Sweden over a sexual assault. Case that has since been dropped at Westminster magistrate's court on Thursday was found guilty of failing to surrender to the court in now faces federal conspiracy charges related to one of the largest Everett leaks of government secrets and UK will decide whether to extradite Assange in response to allegations by the department of Justice, they conspired with former US intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to download classified databases if as up to five years in prison if convicted on the charges of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. As lawyer Jennifer Robinson said they'd be finding the extradition request. If she said set, a dangerous precedent for any journalists could face charges for publishing truthful information about the United States as she said, she had visited Assange the police cells where he thinks supporters and said, I told you so Assange had predicted he would face extradition to US if he left the embassy and after his arrest, the forty seven year old Australian national was initially taken to a central London police station before hearing a court dressed in a black suit black polo shirt. He. Waved to the public gallery and gave it thumbs up. It pleaded not guilty to two thousand twelve charge of failing to surrender to the court. Finding him guilty of that charge district. Judge Michael snow citizens. The behavior was the behavior of a narcissist who cannot get the on his own selfish interest. He sent him to Southwark Crown Court for sentencing where he faces up to twelve months in prison court also heard that during his arrest at the embassy he had to be restrained and shouted this is unlawful. I am not leading.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"If you're married Tyrian. Well, you can't get Mary Tyler Moore begin. You cannot get married Tyler Moore. She's there with she's grant. For a hundred bucks. Wow. How about how about how about Ron? Jeremy the porn star or star. That's gotta be expensive hundred bucks for Ron. Jeremy was he do on camera for you. Well, same thing. He does on camera for other people getting somewhere Ryan locked e the swimmer from the Olympics hundred bucks, Ernie Hudson member who Ernie Hudson is no he was in Ghostbusters. Who's African American actress played Ghostbusters? He does it with one of the little green ghosts from Ghostbusters. Jose Saco, the baseball player hundred fifty bucks. These are all celebrities who fall in our time except for. Godfried? Eight hundred fifty bucks. Twisted sister. We've had him on the show is really good guys. Two hundred bucks. We didn't. We didn't pay him though. No, no Ruth buzzy from laugh in remember left Ruth buzzy still alive. Yeah. How old is she four hundred twenty two hundred twenty two years old. Hundred and fifty dollars. So we should be on this list. What people would pay for us. I probably more for me than I'm Michael Riedel. Read my book, razzle dazzle Jetta. It's a great show. I wanna go see come from a way for the report. Latest news. What would you pay for Joe Bartlett forty? Joe that's going to get you nothing. All right. Thank you Wiki leaks, founder Julian Assange could be extradited to the US. He was arrested by police in London this morning in woods was sky new says police executed award at the Ecuadorian embassy after asylum apparently was dropped by door. They were invited into the embassy by the BUSTER of Ecuador to do this because relations between Mr Assange, the Ecuadorian government have been deteriorating rapidly. British officials confirmed that an extradition request is in the works. He's accused in the United States computer and related offenses. He is accused of conspiring with Chelsea Manning to steal US military secrets and it could be headed here to the US face those charges. MTA says subway services getting better the best time record in five years last month. Seventy eight percent of the trains arrived on time Besson's two thousand. Thirteen and NYC transit president Andy Byford says even of riders don't see it. Now, they will eventually notice that services getting better the city's wireless network down impacting things like traffic lights, trumpet, cameras license plate readers. It crashed over the weekend. Because of a software bug still not up and running the New York Post. The city was worn last year by the feds that the crash was possible because of a rollover event involving GPS devices that occurred Saturday night attorney general William bar is the FBI spied on the Trump campaign as really set off. Democrats house speaker Nancy Pelosi says bars undermining the constitution and the role of the attorney general just say how very very dismaying and disappointing. That the chief law enforcement officer of our country is going off the rails the rails already the Democrats accusing bar of giving cover to President Trump's lives about the Russia investigation. And you want to drive your friends. Crazy. Well, we already do. But how this is this? They have this new app here that can if you have people who are fans of game of thrones. There's a new program that would send a text message to your friends. It would basically give your friends a spoiler of the I would love to do that. Second. Well, that's great ninety nine cents. Michael, you can send out major spoilers to your friends as soon as the episode airs a lot of people, obviously DVR this thing later on. And they the program says just sit back, relaxing view, your friends responses. I wish I had that when the crying game came out. I love to have. Oh, brian. All right. Let's get to Wall Street. The market is open slightly higher this morning. The Dow up thirty five points in three and the NASDAQ up three points as well. What they revealed that she was a heat full front right at the end. And that was a great great boiler alert. It's sausage type show coming up. We've got shocking news for you. Alexis is listening to you. Just shocked, and what would you do if you came face to face with a great white shark. I would think baby shark. That's that's. Exactly. Plus, if you would have thousands of dollars the show is now officially off the rails, folks. There. Ted, oh, five thousand bucks right here. Seven W O R. With your W O R traffic,.

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Julian Assange, London And United States discussed on Total Information AM

Total Information AM

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Julian Assange, London And United States discussed on Total Information AM

"Julian Assange, arrested in London earlier this morning. The WikiLeaks founder had his asylum withdrawn from the Ecuadorian embassy science had been living there for seven years fearing if he'd left he'd be extradited to the United States for publishing classified information police in the UK confirm. Assange was arrested on behalf

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Of in London to avoid prosecution in Sweden on sexual assault and rape charges. But Ecuador this morning said his asylum is over and this morning acting on a u s extradition warrant British authorities went into the embassy and brought Assange out into custody. CBS correspondent N T S is they're very dramatic scene here outside the Ecuadorian embassy really the end of a seven year standoff between the size and British authorities. British authorities who quickly swept in and took him into custody after the diplomatic protection that he was receiving from the Ecuador stories was revoked here's how heavily bearded and handcuffs. The weeks down Julian Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy by British police shouting, the UK must resist. His arrest is seven years in the making the forty seven year old had been vaunted by British police twenty twelve we skip bail and sought asylum at the embassy to escape extradition to Sweden on accusations of rape and sexual assault. Swedish prosecutors dropped their investigations. But the WikiLeaks founder told his supporters from the embassy balcony that he still couldn't risk lead. Committing. The risk me. Rick. And that's exactly what happened his fear. Now as then is that the US government request his extradition on charges of espionage, Wiki leaks has provoked the US government for more than a decade leaking troves of classified documents and videos online, twenty sixteen presidential campaign came more thousands of emails from prominent Democrats US intelligence agencies later concluded Russia had delivered the data to WikiLeaks in an effort to discredit Hillary Clinton charge. Assange has denied but in twenty seventeen he says his self imposed exile charge. Without josh. Why? Through without bucase home secretary such job, and has confirmed that Assange is in police custody, and that will be in front of a judge very soon. Adding, and I quote, no one is above the law..

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The Ecuadorian embassy in London and is quickly taken into police custody. Measles cases arising in Rockland. While New York City is facing a lawsuit over its vaccine. Order Sean Adams on the measles watching Muncie. This morning, Connecticut releases details of what it would cost drivers to commute under a proposed holding play Brexit break for Britain. They now have till Halloween to sort things out. What am I have an Esa Coliseum last night a game? One playoff win for the islanders window overtime against the penguins. Seven months in a row. Get walked or hit by pitches is the Mets beat the twins. The Yankees lose in Houston. When cabinet Palmer nine seven thirty one. CBS news special report. Ecuador's president announcing the arrest of Julian Assange that country's embassy in London. President Moreno says Ecuador withdrew asylum status for the WikiLeaks founder over repeated violations of the terms CBS's Paula Reed. Just lawyer confirmed he has been arrested on a US extradition request. Well, there are no current public indictments against us on back in November twenty eighteen an error. In a separate Justice department case suggested there could be charges under seal on his wanted here for leaking stolen classified documents human rights lawyer, Geoffrey Robertson. Should be tonight. Little to handle the someone who you've given us item to which is walk. It would go repairs to the Donna Sanchez friend. Actress Pamela Anderson has just tweeted she is in shock and calls out the UK and Ecuador CBS news special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Many strange wrinkles. We're hearing about the Assange case this morning of the frequent visits of Pamela Anderson to see the WikiLeaks founder to bring him food and apparently for conversation too there in London seven thirty two measles cases are rising still even with the vaccinations. Increasing and Rockland. Our coverage continues now from Rockland county and WCBS reporters. Sean Adams live in Muncie. Sean increasing fast enough, you have twenty new cases in Rockland county. Twenty new cases of measles up to one hundred seventy three centered in the orthodox Jewish community. So you'll have free vaccinations available again tomorrow in Muncie. The county is trying to figure out a new strategy to convince people to immunize their children this after a judge put the brakes on the. Emergency order, barring unvaccinated children from certain public places. It's a legal debate that pits civil liberties against the greater good there. Now. Eight measles cases in Westchester county. The county executive there George Latimer. He tackled that legal quandary yesterday. Science takes precedence over political science. So the things that we have as a debate of society have to stop when we deal with something that could be a scientific medical crisis. So in other words, public health here should Trump individual rights? The lawyer who prevailed here in the Rockland county case would disagree with that. He reportedly is going to challenge New York City's effort to find people who refuse to vaccinate their children reporting live in Muncie. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight some of the details in the tilting plan in Connecticut are starting to come into focus. How much will you pay for your commute? The numbers may surprise you. We're getting them from the governor's office and WCBS reported Marla diamond has more live this morning Marlin. Governor Ned Lamont's plan calls for no more than fifty toll gantry setup along I eighty four ninety five ninety one and route fifteen the Merritt Parkway commuters with ez pass would be charged roughly four point four cents per mile during peak periods with discounts possible for Connecticut residents more money out.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Ecuadorian embassy in London. It's over a warrant for failing to surrender to the court. The reason he's being arrested is because seven years ago extradition warrant was issued for his arrest on behalf of the Swedish government because there was an allegation of sexual assault. Even though not sexual assault. Case has now closed simply because of. Lack of time. It said the time to be able to deal with that has now passed but the extradition warrant remains, and he skipped bail. So the metropolitan police say they had a duty to carry out the arrests. That's reporter, Ian woods was Sky News families who lost loved ones in the parkland. High school massacre are suing Roure school leaders the sheriff's office and school security officers. Some of the parents who filed suit Wednesday held a news conference in Fort Lauderdale to our family and our son. This lawsuit will bring some accountability to the table. The suit accuses the Broward County school board and sheriff's office of negligence that allowed the massacre to happen. Mitchell door lost the son in the shooting. His other son was injured by gunfire says a life sentence for me. It's every day. It's fourteen months. I want accountability. Seventeen people were killed in the Valentine's Day massacre while seventeen others were injured. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. One person is heard after an SUV was hit by. Son rail train happened yesterday afternoon in downtown Orlando unclogging drive near I four witnesses say the driver was a woman, and she was unconscious when she was pulled from the us who've e. Why don't they move Bill? Gadget of cyber hedge the driver of the SUV suffered serious injuries. But no one on the train was hurt. You're listening to the seven am expanded newsfeed. I'm Marsha Taylor. We're bringing you.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six point five. Glad you're with us. Wow. What a Newsday. What there is. So so very much to get to so little time. And we're going to get it all in I promise. So I had Roger stone and Jerome Corsi on Hannity last night. I didn't I didn't have enough time with either of them Roger on yesterday. We ended up keeping him for the hour. We have Jerome Corsi book for a half hour coming up one hour from right now, and what we are witnessing and watching unfold should put real, and listen, this is not hyperbole in any way. It should put real fear in the hearts of law abiding Americans. And I want you to understand where I'm coming from on this because I've been saying this is the biggest abuse of power. This is the biggest corruption scandal in our lifetime. And it is. And I've been saying there's no equal Justice under the law, and there's not and I've been saying there's no equal application of our laws, and there's not and I'm going to go through this systematically and somewhat with probably more details than you want or need some of it might be a little repetitive. And and things that you have gotten to know because we have covered the double standard a lot because it's been so important and so necessary, and I just think that you know, I start with the Michael Cohen news. Just just for one today. And you know, Michael Kohn goes to court, and he pled guilty to lying to congress about the Moscow project. You know, this monster Trump Moscow project had been exhaustively discussed exhaustively talked about nobody. This is what Donald Trump does dwell did. And and this is what he did. Did for a living. He built buildings he sold his name rights on buildings based on certain conditions in profits and investments, I don't, you know, this this is what Bill Trump into who. He is today. This is what is business anyway, it's a nine page following lays out a litany of lies that Michael cone admitted that he told congressional lawmakers about the Moscow project sad to me on one personal level. I know Michael was got a wonderful family. I can't imagine the pressure. This guy is under. I'm not sure who's advising him in any way, shape or form. But it doesn't look good to me. And I will tell you the most amazing thing is, and this is what we're going to get into a Corsie in and you can see this with the Flint case, and you can see in the Manafort case, and you're seeing it over and over again. And what really is concerning me is like if you say this, we're going to go easy on you. If not you might die in jail. That's pretty much a drone course. He was offered from the special counsel. Okay. He now again, I have no way to corroborate. But I know he handed over every single thing he had to the special counsel. It'll give us the details later he ended over his computers. He handed over his notes the end he spent forty hours with the special counsel. He's seventy two years old. He admits he didn't remember all of the emails from two years ago. And his recollection did not match up to certain Email, but the contents of which are, you know, if you believe him, and he says he never met Assange never met never talked to Assange never talked to anybody that works at WikiLeaks. And that means whatever again WikiLeaks to me. This is beginning to seem like Pentagon's paper case all over again. And and it's gonna be fascinating because everything WikiLeaks published as it relates to these emails with the DNC and Podesta said all this was printed by the New York Times, and other news outlets all over the place. So in other words, the question is going to be well, if if it wasn't Wicky leaks doing the hacking, just like in the Pentagon papers case, I mean, they got information maybe it was stolen like in the Pentagon papers case, and but a six three decision. Yeah. The New York Times is found that they have every right to print it. So let's make an assumption here that okay, WikiLeaks got up from a source now when I interviewed Assange, I asked was it. Russia was it anybody associated with Russia. No, okay. Let's do this for the sake of assumptions here. So if course he's telling the truth and stone is telling the truth. I have no reason at all to doubt them. I don't know. I assume by now that if there was any contact, absolutely. They would have figured it out in a special counsel's office. So you know, they can't say something like that. That's not true. But that's simply it's easily provable. And so assuming that's all true. And they're this big DNC. Email dump comes out ends up. That'd be Wasserman Schultz gets fired all the revelations in there without rehashing them. All and then everyone was spectacle. What else do they got? They got that. What else did they get? Nobody knew. But the one the one sticking point. It was honor around July twenty fifth. This is one from Roger stone an Email to Corsi and the subject line is get to the founder of organization one organization when we now know to be WikiLeaks. And then the body of the message the Email said get to the founder of organization one WikiLeaks at the Ecuadorian embassy in London and get get the pending organization. One emails they deal with the foundation allegedly. Now, here's what's fascinating about that. I read that to mean the Clinton foundation, and I don't remember I don't even remember reads half you can't because no one has the time to go through all this stuff. I guess they're talking about the Clinton foundation. And I don't even think that's what it was about this, John Podesta's emails at that point. Whether he had any. Input into that is neither here nor there. Now. The Pentagon papers case is fascinating. Because here you have stolen materials, dealing with military issues and published the New York Times Washington Post to go to court, they want to publish it. They didn't steal it. It was a source that gave it to them within the government, and the court was very clear, they have a right to publish it. So for the sake of assumption. Let's say somebody, I don't know. Listen Hillary's, Email server could have been hacked by anybody. We believe the first draft of Komi instructs exoneration that they were writing in early may before they actually interviewed Hillary and sixteen other people they talked about five or six foreign intelligence services having hacked in her Email in that mom-and-pop shop bathroom closet and. Yeah, there was classified and top secret information there and all of that is a felony in violation of the espionage act. We've identified about eighteen crimes you probably could have been charged with. But the fix was in and the guy that interviewed her Peter Struck, you know, he's the guy that thought well, she should win one hundred million two zero that Trump shouldn't get a single vote. So they write the exoneration in early may. They don't interview until July three days later, they exonerate her. Even though Komi gives a thirteen minute diatribe about how everything that she did is wrong, except just changes the words from extreme carelessness, you know, versus whatever reckless disregard whatever happened to be. And she gets off Scot free. Now, I can literally read verse in chapter. I don't know where my papers. I've put this. I'm really frustrated with by Selva got so much information here, but all the people you can print out with Ethan centimeter earlier James and then bring that in. Oh, you haven't oh, you're such a all let's look at this. What about all the top Clinton aides that lied to congress because that's what Michael Cohen? You know, Cheryl, mills whom Abidine face legal consequences, misleading statements. Let me play James Komi. Listen to this tape. We've got this gold James Komi admitting. Well, good people why why and Andrew McCabe wide. But it doesn't mean he's not a good person. I think of it through the context, the only person that I know at all you have Loretta Lynch, you have James Komi. Loretta Lynch applied Komi lied about being cornered over calling the Clinton investigation. A matter. There are a couple of issues involving Lynch lying. A federal judge was shocked Clinton aide got immunity by the DOJ. She apparently cues the lying McCabe did lie. Then you've got a list of other people, you know, Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, James Clapper, Brennan, all of the Clapper committed perjury. Only person that ever gets in trouble is oh Michael Cohen. Listen, he admitted it, that's whatever. What about all these other people that lied? Listen to commes is if you're in the club, you're in the swamp, you're in the sewer, and you tell lies that's okay, because you really just otherwise good person when people that just like if you if you took sad subpoenaed emails, and you decided to delete them and you decided to use bleach pit nobody ever heard of the stupid thing. Best promotion that bleach bit ever gotten their life, and you acid wash your hard drive with bleach pit, and you were raised any chance of recovering the emails, and you have somebody bust up your devices with hammers and remove sim cards. Then you hand them to the FBI, you know, you're going to jail. This is why this is where you should be so worried and concerned today for your country because we have a dual Justice system one for them in one for the rest of us and the idea that there's telling. Jerome Corsi, and he'll tell his own story in his own words today, you tell us this is what he said to me on TV last. I you they weren't telling them what they wanted him to say and saying we will you probably won't even get probation. We'll go easy on you. Like Sammy the bull Grovonni? Oh, nineteen murders. But because he gave up higher ranking people in the mob like John Gotti and testified against them. No jail. Time witness protection program new in Arizona. We're going to be able to bribe people for their statements. And that's what's so stunning. Course, he's saying I'm not gonna lie for you. I can't I can't swear before God and lie. I thought that's what we want our Justice system. But maybe he's not one of the good quote liars like Jim Komi and Andrew McCabe. Listen to this feature of the FBI is transparency. I think it has to be a huge part of the FBI because public confidence in the FBI's its bedrock. We have to show people are work when we can as.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Beja for tasty Tuesday. Have you motor through all your leftovers going to say and discuss what to do with five day old Turkey. What else is going on time four happening? What's happening? The big story out of DC right now is that. Naval support activity Bethesda has been investigating reports of an active shooter at Walter Reed medical center, and at this point. There are no signs that actually point to an active shooter, but all of the gates at Walter Reed medical center, and at naval activity, naval support activity Bethesda have been closed until they can figure this out. Paul Manafort back in the news in the past twenty four hours. Of course, the president's former campaign manager. The news is that he held secret talks with Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London around the same time. He was working on the president's campaign. Sources say that Manafort went to go see Assange in twenty thirteen fifteen and that spring of twenty sixteen when he was a key figure and Trump's push for the White House. Wikileaks has pushed back on this. Wikileaks says these things never took place and one of the things that they did this morning was posted a million dollar bet. Basically that this story is going to be proven false and second just a little while ago. They posted a couple of screen shots of the guardian. Newspaper's website, one headline said Manafort held secret talks with Assange Ecuadorian embassy. The second one ninety minutes later said Manafort held secret talks with Assange Ecuadorian embassy, comma, sources say so they've at least. Changed the headline and whether or not they changed the actual reporting on the story that could we'll see how prosecutors also accusing him of lying to them and violating his plea deal. He's currently in jail in Virginia convicted in August of large-scale money laundering failure to pay taxes. He pleaded guilty to further charges in order to avoid that second trial. He was facing in Washington looking at ten years. Okay. Let us oh good one. Let us pray for our friends in the romaine lettuce industry. It turns out we got we all got it. The romaine is.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WRVA

"Two eight two two eight eight to send an Email elrushbo eibnet dot US for crying out loud. Now the media salivating barely able to keep his pants up here because they think they've got some brand new revelation is two things about Manafort Manafort is said the said to have lie after reaching a plea deal with Muller and his Trump 'having prosecutors. So that that manafort's plea deal is now out the window because what you do when you make a plea. Deal. You have to tell the truth about everything. And I don't think manafort's been lying. About would manafort's refusing to do is to compose evidence. Make it up. I don't I'm telling you, folks. I'm so I'm so tarnished here by by what has happened to our department of Justice ever since Trump announced his campaign for presidency that I don't believe that. We I do believe we have a two-tier Justice system. I don't believe anything coming out of this this bunch here. The Mueller investigation and people involved in it. Paul Manafort, nothing to do with anything all of this is designed to create a political climate where Trump can be pressured where the Democrats can make foundation for impeachment. That's all that's going on here because they don't have any evidence that Trump colluded. They're ignoring the evidence of real collusion that took place here, as you know, between Hillary Clinton and the rest of the people on that side, fusion, GPS and Christopher Steele. All of that is being ignored Manafort was with the campaign, tour, three months, and now all of a sudden Manafort has become the focus, and this, of course, is lowering the media to say, this should make Trump really really nervous now that Manafort lied manafort's lying. I don't believe manafort's lying the prosecutor. I think the prosecutors asking Manafort to say a bunch of things and he won't say. I think manafort's resisting the pressure. Look we know from the Enron trials. We know from the Enron task force that these people were some we know from the Ted Stevens trial that some of the very lawyers on those cases are on Muller's team. And they were suborning perjury from their own star witnesses against Ted Stevens. The case was eventually thrown out. These people ought not even be practicing law anymore. They ought not be part of the Justice department. The idea that they wouldn't force. Using all the power. They've got Manafort to make things up or to compose evidence. And if manafort's refusing to do it, and this is exactly what I would think would have he's lying to us. We're going to revoke the plea deal Ellwood Manafort, they're trying to break him. Now. This news in the UK guardian that Manafort met three different times with Julian Assange in the Ecuadoran embassy in the UK. That news just hit this morning. Are you? Why what would be the point of Manafort meeting with Assange and notes, something none of these stories? Do you see the name Trump not a single time? Not a single place is the word. Trump mentioned the president the candidate Trump is not implicated in any of this all of this is a guilt by association thing. All of this is a political trap. This is not about the execution of Justice. It's not about law and order. It's not about trying to get to the bottom of what happened in the two thousand sixteen election. It's it's about trying to overturn it. And shorter being able to do that. It's about discrediting the winner. So why is it news that men might have met with Julian Assange? And I'm I'm here to tell you they had spies. We know that the Obama administration already had spies. They were looking they had people embedded in the Trump campaign if this had happened. I guarantee you CNN and the Washington Post New York Times have been told about this months and months ago. They would have known about this. If Manafort because the minute Manafort was hired. Carter page over here in Manafort was the supposedly the FBI the DOJ knew that he was a bad guy. And they were worried they thought about informing Trump that they might have had some mistakes here in hiring these two they didn't they instead they planted spies in the campaign to try to catch the Russians rather than inform the Trump campaign that they might have made a mistake. And none of that happened. They were watching if meant if Assange and Manafort admit, they want to know about it long long time ago. I mean back in two thousand sixteen during the campaign. So what's what are we supposed to conclude? Well, it's not about what we're supposed to conclude. It's what the media can now start speculating. Possibility number one. Manafort hand, the pedestrian emails because Manafort knew that the Russians hadn't hacked the DNC server, and that's where that's where pedestrians. Emails works if they weren't. But remember, we're not dealing with facts here, we're dealing with people that are willing to make it up and suborned perjury. So don't be surprised if you see a story somewhere, some obscure place to start and it'll be picked up and eventually in the drive-by media that Manafort might have had advanced notice the pedestrian emails were going to be hacked and told Assange about it or gave those emails or a link to them to uh songs or the third possibility is Manafort told sawn JR. That there had been a hacking attack successful of Podesta's emails into tell WikiLeaks and Assange to be on the lookout, maybe go out there and try to find him. That's what's that's the value here. What one other possibility is there for leaking that Paul Manafort met which? I guarantee you wonder about property or investments in the Caymans. Idea that Manafort met, and now Manafort is accused of lying to the special counsel so much and stole badly that the special counsel, the inestimable Robert Muller is now thinking of canceling the plea deal because he's not getting what he wanted out Manafort. Not getting what he wanted Manafort probably doesn't know Jack. Nobody knows Jack. Because what they are trying to lay the foundation for happening. Didn't unless you go investigate Hillary Clinton. Are we blue in the face talking about this? And are you blow in the face hearing about it? Sorry. But this has made the top of the fold of the newest today, these two Manafort stories. And of course, my my friend Andy McCarthy is written about this at national review. And he thinks at one of the things that is at stake. Here is a pardon for Manafort. And he thinks the news that Manafort is lion. You supposed to be a message to Trump that manafort's holding manafort's betraying you manafort's not making up what they want to hear. He's going to be worth a part, except Trump cannot pardon anybody in this whole thing is over. So manafort's going to have to continue to hold out wherever Muller's sends him whatever prison cell or hole in the wall. He gets sent to because all of this political. None of this has anything to do with the law or Justice. It's all political now. And so if Trump is inclined to pardon Manafort, he can't do it while this investigation still going on there's another vintage. A discussion over just how just how imminent is the Muller report. We had professor Dershowitz. I must tell you one of the reasons why I do not don't want anybody misunderstand here. One of the reasons I do not repeat everything professor Dershowitz says I don't play every sound by the professor Dershowitz is because well, I just don't. So now, professor Dershowitz is out there saying over the weekend over the thanksgiving. The black Friday blue Monday purple Saturday weekend. The Muller report is going to be devastating for Trump. Devastating. He hasn't sounded like that before this weekend. If anything professor Dershowitz, a sounded more of. At least on a legal aspect things ally. Of the president's position. Even though he is an acknowledged liberal Democrat, but the civil libertarian and all that. So devastate everybody glommed onto that. Oh my God. Professor Dershowitz says it's going to be my God, we're going to get Trump. The left has gone nuts. They think Dershowitz knows what Muller has so Dershowitz have say, wait a minute. Wait a minute. I don't I don't mean devastating in terms of impeachment or being charged. I mean, politically it's going to be devastating. So another indication that all of this is political. Even the esteemed professor Dershowitz now acknowledges that the impact the outcome of all business political. Now, you may rush we've all known that. Yeah. You and I have, but you know, how many brain dead voldemort are out there who think that this is all about the legal system and uncovering the very real breakage of the law by Trump in the campaign that it's all been political in every bit of news, every new development, we have further establishes that aspect of this. So we'll try to unpack this a little more as the as the program unfolds. The actual headline here in the UK guardian Manafort held secret talks with Assange in Ecuadorian embassy. It's Ecuadoran not Ecuadorian. Jeez. You can't find intelligent writing very many places in journalism anymore. Exclusive Trump ally met WikiLeaks, founder months before e mails hacked by Russia, Republican Podesta's emails for not part of a hack. Podesta's emails were not part of the hack of the DNC computers and network Podesta's emails resulted from Podesta falling for a phishing attack. These two things are being conflicted in confused routinely. Just as Trump colluding with Russia has been conflicted with Russians tampering with votes. Neither happened. In this case Podesta fell for a phishing attack. Now, whether the Russians are Gustav for two point, oh or the Dilbert, creator scammed him, I have no idea, but it wasn't part of the hack of the DNC computers, which they didn't let the FBI see anyway. Podesta like most people a computer novice. A techno nerd not fell for a phishing attack. Very simply he ended up clicking on a link in an Email that turned over his computer to whoever it was sent him the fake Email, and whoever that was then had access to his computer, and we're able to get all the emails and somehow they ended up at WikiLeaks. The Russians have been accused of Julian Assange has maintained from the get-go the Russians had nothing to do with furnishing him these emails now, the news that Manafort met with Assange, you can see where they're trying to go with this. Manafort ran Trump's campaign Manafort met with us on Assange head what pedestrian emails Manafort gig of what to John Podesta emails co Lujan. Why can see where this is headed even if they have to make it up, and we haven't even gotten to the latest of this these absurdities on the border here. So we've got a lot to do today on the network you hang on. We'll come back and continue with all the rest of it. Right. After this. Rush..

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Founder assange is an escalating danger from england to america where he would likely be tried for espionage a crime that carries the death penalty assange and wikileaks have revealed american war crimes in the middle east cia global machinations and the work of the clinton democrats and preventing the popular bernie sanders from any up the party ticket assange is presently hold up in the ecuadorian embassy in london where he was granted political asylum six years ago by past leftist president rafael korea but now with the change of presidents and ecuador assange has been cut off from the outside world he has no phone no computer and no visitors the fresh offensive against him occurred the day after american general joseph to salvo the head of the us southern command the pentagon's arm and latin america visited the new rightwing ecuadorian president lyndon marino marino has said that assange is quote an inherited problem and is seeking a better relationship with the united states government to whom he has already granted a military base here to speak with us today about the danger to julian assange and two independent media is mark crispin miller who is a professor of media studies at new york university professor miller has frequently spoken out about media propaganda the engineering of consent for empire fake news and the destruction of the independent press he's been awarded a guggenheim fellowship for the humanities and is a vigorous defender of julian assange and wikileaks mark crispin miller welcome to law and disorder thanks for having me on first let's talk about what is wiki leaks and what contribution has wikileaks and its founder julian assange contributed to our understanding of the us government's role in the world well it's crucial to understand the the fundamental truth that wikileaks is publishing organization that's what it is it publishes documents it makes revelations that have been suppressed by the state so that we can get a good clear look into the kitchen as it were of you know western policy especially foreign policy it is repeat a journalistic organization now we tend these days and have tended for some time to think that journalists can only be people have gone to journalism school gotten duly accredited and gone to work for one or the other of the major corporate news organizations okay this would have come as news to the framers of the constitution anyone who publishes information is by definition a journalist so freedom of the press actually applies to any citizen of democracy wikileaks has a perfect record of accuracy having released something like forty thousand documents over the years never once has anybody able to claim even much less proof that any of those documents were bogus the new york times should boasts such a such a stellar record of accuracy so there's no fake news coming out of wikileaks in this case all the fake news is directed at julian assange what kind of material has wikileaks published and how does that contribute to our understanding of the way the us government works in the world what isn't just the us government it's it states across the board and what makes wiki leaks so valuable is the fact that its primary documents stuff that comes straight from the belly of the beast has functioned to contradict various propaganda narratives that the state puts out nothing could be more important than that it seems to me that the function of real journalism is always to rebut or expose the falseness of propaganda i mean we're absolutely drowning and propaganda you know it's it's it's like a thermal inversion so you get a kind of heroic picture of you know the war in iraq for example we're over there fighting for freedom and some vague way nobody really knows why then you look at the the gunship videos released by wikileaks you see that it's it's just a slaughter it is a matter of picking off civilians the same with the dnc emails which i'm sure we'll talk about more in a moment but there we gotta look at what the dnc and the clinton campaign were really up to throughout the primary season completely different from the spin that the establishment press was putting on that political cycle and way the fact that the material gives us is unfiltered the giving it to a straight basically and they're also providing a signal service to news organizations giving them staggering abundance of hot material that they should be using to make.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An increasing number of his associates about him one of them is ted malik an american academic and businessman who lives in the uk prosecutor that's usually way prosecutors weren't whether they're investigating a crime or murder or some other kind of injury they collect evidence and then they get it filing to the people that they're centered all the interviews individuals like malik are illuminating because they showed just how deep the muller probe extents malik says he's met stone three times in his life has only known him for a year and a half and has only eight ten general relationship with him yet he was stopped upon re entry to the united states in boston by the fbi were questions about a long list of people whether i knew them are not and one of those persons was roger stone whether it ever met julian assange which of course i haven't been to the ecuadorian embassy which prevented even as he is pursued by lawsuits and investigators stone is trying to cause as much trouble as he can for his opponents i will give them the documents that they have requested even though the request is onerous just to be clear the documents that they requested for me will fail to trailer trucks if printed out and i know that there is no legal obligation to supply them in an electronic form so i may give them to the senate committees in hardcopy why because i can it is after all one of stone's rules admit nothing deny everything launch counterattack tim mack npr news washington so far investigators have not commented on the online presence of the seventeen year old charged in the massacre friday at a texas high school they haven't spoken publicly about whether there were threats in his posts but they're obviously being scrutinized across the country hundreds of schools from elementary to college are using technology to detect threats made against them on social media school leaders who use the software seed can save lives though it also has critics from member station.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"All right you're next our our main guest man who is tracking the mysteries of the mojave so you don't have to derek smalls spinal tap later on this hour but i some crypto news it's been six years since julian assange moved into the ecuadoran embassy in london but it may be checkout time soon are you may remember reports that his phone and internet and visiting privileges from famous people like pamela anderson was supposed to end back in march but this week ecuador's foreign minister suggested that her government may be depriving assange of the political asylum it granted him back in two thousand and twelve and we'll hand them over to british and then presumably us authorities that according to the world socialist web site on saturday the ecuadoran government and britain have the quote intention and the interest that this will be resolved she added that the two sides were working to reach a definite agreement on a song speaking of a wanted guests in our tuckey arizona just a few minutes from where i sit i see it out my window an anonymous homeowners motion detector went off on saturday night there was an alarm the anonymous woman said i knew there was somebody in the yard and she told as family dot com she jumped out of bed and called nine one one i called nine one one i was scared she said at first she suspected that somebody was trying to break into our house but that's when things got really weird instead would be burglar decided to spend a little quality time sniffing her laundry outside police are on the scene within minutes to make sure the homeowner was safe the homeowner believes it's the same laundry sniffing man who was caught on camera and her backyard the day after christmas doing the exact same thing spelling their laundry the man got away before police could catch him and they have offered no explanation on how much time has passed between his backyard visits i've a theory i think maybe before this guy goes prowling for laundry he has to be three sheets to the wind but i don't know that for sure anyway i hope the long arm and hammer of the law catches up to him soon i'm glad the woman came out with the video maybe now the.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"In over a three twentyseventh just the last few tweets just to see if there's something there that we can i obviously identify as like this might have set off tweet context and then a link to the reuters article that i just mentioned prior to that as a political prisoner detained without charge for eight years in violation of to you and rulings i suppose i must be miserable yet nothing wrong with being a little person although i'm rather tall and better than a worm a healthy creature that invigorates the soil than a snake and then the context is where he references being called a worm where some calls him a miserable little word foreign office minister sir allen dunkin branded him a miserable little worm during a commons debate on tuesday adding that he should leave the ecuadorian embassy and surrendered to british justice assange said britain should come clean on whether it intends to extradite me to the united states for publishing the truth and cease its ongoing violation of the un rulings in this matter last tweet before that he re tweeted something from a french media outlet or at least i believe it to be french because the writing in french in twitter ask if i want to translate from french where the statement assange lawyer when the states have secrets they never leave the person in peace and then link over to an article prior to that he posted a link to an article from the american conservative is al jazeera news a hostel for an agent where he says us officials demand al jazeera register as a foreign agent thing necessarily damage or you know some sort of thing that ecuador would be really upset about so yeah we don't know what's going on here and if he's had his internet access revoked what is that going to mean is a temporary are they trying to punish him for something and they're going to give it back because all they're going to result in is just people outside protesting at sina post online earlier it was actually kim dot com from the mega upload company who is also wanted by the us government for more than questioning in that case but kim dotcom posted a everybody needs to get outside of the the embassy and know keep an eye on this place to make sure because.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Between mr assange and the 'ecuadorean government he is not permitted to send any messages that could interfere with the south american nation's relations with other countries he's been living in the embassy since june of two thousand twelve to avoid extradition to sweden to face questioning over allegations of sex crimes which he has always denied now sweden has since dropped that case but mr assange remains subject to arrest in britain for jumping bail mr sante also believes he'll be extradited to the united states for questioning over the activities of wikileaks if he leaves the building and we had reported previously that the british government had round the clock surveillance on the ecuadorian embassy in at least at one point in the past and probably still do because they really what this guy they really want to get assange of course for those who are unfamiliar he is extensively the founder the spokesperson the the head of wikileaks yes which is the international free press organization that has revealed all kinds of you know damning information about government activities war crimes they have leaked information about war crimes that and more i mean some of the the clinton emails or whatever didn't necessarily have to do with war crimes but they leaked out those the vast majority of the private manning stuff yep was hor cry that's certainly what's getting the government the most angry i'm sure i'm sure is re releasing information that they wanted to keep quiet so assange also believes he'll be extradited to the us former greek minister yanis vara focus and musician brian eno said in a statement they had heard with great concern about the lost internet access and a ban on visitors only extraordinary pressure from the us and spanish governments can explain why ecuador's authorities should have taken such a pauling steps in isolating julian they added that the ecuadorian government had only recently granted mr assange citizenship saying that it must have been leaned on mercilessly to stop attempting to provide a diplomatic route to.

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"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ecuadorian embassy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mind but the fact is the russians according to every credible intelligence official in the united states w hacking the democratic party the information was being given to wikileaks as former a counter counterintelligence the head of the game in knowing exactly what was going to come out on it as it happens here in the uk right now you made the point i believe yesterday of the day before of going to the ecuadorian embassy to try to see julian assange is that all the ba let's take these one by one as william danny and ray mcgovern both former top counterintelligence agents have said there's more evidence that the dnc information was downloaded to a portable drive and taken out the back door there really is no evidence that his hand really really dies puddle at your own government after you because they lie to us constantly secondarily as the end the nation magazine hardly a rightwing oregon was the the organization that published that study secondarily assange himself has said roger still never tweeting anything i had already said in public either an interview or in a tweet i spent four hours in front of the house intelligence committee where i went voluntarily and as i told them and i say now i know of no one who conspired with the russians i have no prior knowledge of the hacking of the dnc i'm not even sure they were hacked the reason i went by the ecuadorian embassy no i did not ask for meeting that's incorrect i drop off a card is because i don't believe that julian assange is a russian asset i believe he's a journalist i do not believe that wikileaks is a russian front i think it is a news organization a news organization with a banner reputation for accuracy than say the new york times washington pope john hang on even as we speak donald trump war with the top echelons of the fbi and indeed it seems with the most senior officials at the justice department is continuing absolutely because they we now have a message dangerous territory date not dangerous at all yes the fbi and the cia would not like to release a memo that will show that they used a fabricated dossier as the justification for surveillance by the state will on the republican candidate for president you are worse than watergate ii tell you what i guess.

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