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Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US

"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against the British government's decision last month to order his extradition to the U.S. The appeal filed at London's high court is the latest twist in a decade long legal saga sparked by his website's publication of classified U.S. documents no further details about the appeal were immediately available Assange's supporters staged protests before his 51st birthday on Saturday his wife Stella among people outside the home office calling for his release from prison Julian Assange has battled in British courts for years to avoid being sent to the U.S. where he faces 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misuse Charles De Ledesma London

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"julian assange" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Epicenter

"So Gabriel had also joined the telegram group around that time and he mentioned that there was there was indeed an NFT in the works from the Julian Assange side, but the details weren't fully revealed yet as far as when that would be launched or what that would look like. Okay, so can you describe the NFT that was actually put? So the NFT is a collaboration between Assange and Pak called clock and it displays and words the number of days that Assange has been in belmarsh prison. So it basically every day the clock updates counting up the number of days. And whenever he gets released, the clock will go to zero. This mechanism is also tied to an open edition of Vanguard NFTs that park allowed people to mint for free when the auction was underway where people can type in a message and it looks censored on the NFT. Like there's a line going across it going across the message, but also all of these NFTs that people are minted, they're locked in their wallets, and as soon as Julian Assange becomes free, they'll unlock and they'll become uncensored. And by becomes free, you mean leaves very much because those are not the same thing, right? It's dynamic, but in multiple ways. So as Julian's situation changes, I believe that the clock will change. But if Julian, I think one of those ones that we know about is that if Julian walks three free is released and is free, actually free that the clock will turn to zero. So I think what's interesting about it is you've got, I think, 29, I think there was almost 30,000 people who minted one of the open edition. So they've all linked all these open editions that people have. They're all stuck in their wallets. They're all sort of being censored. They're all not free, right? So this concept that all these people have this Julian puck NFT, but they are linked to Julian's freedom. So it's this interesting sort of interplay, I guess, with people and I guess one of the ideas would be that it motivates them to advocate for Julian's freedom or do something for Julian's freedom because NFT is tied to that. If they want to trade it, I guess. So the entire sum that the Dow raised 16 and a half thousand eth was bid on this NFT, right? So basically the second highest bidder is was Jesse power from kraken. You can he did it with his ether dress so basically it was very obvious. Why did the Dow decide or why do we think that tau decided to outbid him by like 11,000 eth? Because I mean in principle that I could have also just kept those two at that disposal, right? Yes, yeah, so this is a lot of debate within the Dow, but within the sort of core group about this strategy that we used and there was so yeah, it was a hotly debated strategy, but this is the sort of the path that was chosen in the end. We had some in some in the group who supported some who didn't and this is the sort of way we went. Within the Dow's structure, there is some representatives from representatives from Julian's family and we sort of we were sort of deciding vote basically between the two groups, two groups in the core, who were going either way. And so we went with the tried and tested where Holland foundation who have been supporting Julian and his legal fees for a long time who have been resisted these regulatory attacks before. So it was a pathway that was tested pathway to get this money to where it needs to be as soon as possible. So what were the arguments against that cause of action? Well, I think so the arguments against. The Dow could use this treasury and potentially. Put it through its governance structure and create a sort of a down model that would have been more sustainable. The Dow still has some treasury. There will be, I think, 5% left in the day of the operations. That would be the JB X yeah, yeah, there will be the JV X tokens that we are going to the Dale will apply to get back, but yeah, I think that was the arguments were against well, we have this data structure here. Let's use it and use the treasury and put it through the data structure. So that was the arguments for maybe let's go to the future of the Tao in a second, but basically just to kind of close this line of increase. So basically the 50 million they kind of went to park with the understanding that he would they would that they would give them to the well Holland and foundation. Yes, yeah, yeah. So that's the pathway there. And it's also, it's a Julian. So it's a collaboration, so it's a Julian's Julian's first NFT as well. So that's a good thing to spend the money on if Jillian feels like he's going to do other NFTs as.

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"julian assange" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"julian assange" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Representing Assange, Edward Fitzgerald, QC pointed to several revelatory investigations by the press concerning Assange's time in the Ecuadorian embassy. In 2019, Spanish newspaper el pais published evidence that a Spanish security firm tasked with protecting the embassy building had been secretly surveilling Assange, his lawyers and visitors and reporting information to the CIA. Security staff allegedly took samples from a baby's diaper to check whether Assange and Morris were the child's parents. Given the threat of constant surveillance, Assange's psychiatrist, withheld Stella Morris's relationship with Assange for safety reasons, Fitzgerald argued in court. Morris went public as Assange's partner in April 2020. Last month, Yahoo. News published a report that the CIA had plotted to poison abduct or assassinate Assange in 2017. Given the revelations of surveillance in the embassy and plots to kill him Fitzgerald told the court, there are great grounds for fearing what will be done to him if extradited to the U.S.. He urged the court not to trust the assurances of the same government alleged to have plotted Assange's killing. The defense went even further to discredit the assurances made by the U.S. government, calling them conditional and aspirational. Fitzgerald said Australia had not yet agreed to take Assange in if he was convicted, and he predicted Assange would be put in solitary confinement as soon as he arrives in America. What do Assange's supporters say. In a press briefing earlier this week, Morris told reporters that Assange was suffering physically and mentally as a result of the proceedings. I saw Julian in belmarsh prison. He was looking very unwell. I was quite taken aback by how thin he was. Assange's supporters are keen to emphasize the significance of the case on global press freedoms. Addressing the Yahoo news investigation, Kristen hirosan, current editor in chief of WikiLeaks compared the alleged CIA plot to the Saudi assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The intentions are the same, and the victims are the same. Journalists..

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"julian assange" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:04 min | 10 months ago

"julian assange" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by audible. What to know about Julian Assange's extradition appeal by eloise Barry, in London. This week, lawyers for the U.S. government began a legal challenge to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from the UK to face charges of violating the espionage act. Assange is wanted in the U.S. on 18 criminal charges after WikiLeaks published thousands of secret U.S. Military and diplomatic documents concerning the Afghanistan and Iraq wars in 2010. In a two day hearing in the British high court, the U.S. government appealed a January 4th ruling by a London district judge declining to extradite Assange to the U.S. largely due to the risk he would take his own life in a maximum security prison. Key recent developments, including new assurances about how Assange would be treated by the U.S., were brought before a British judge tasked with reviewing the lower court's ruling and considering whether the risk to Assange's safety had changed. Here's what you need to know about the appeal and the story so far. Who is Julian Assange on what is his website WikiLeaks. Australian cyber activist Assange launched WikiLeaks in 2006. The nonprofit was set up with the aim of exposing state secrets. Its founder argued should be in the public domain. In 2010, U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning provided WikiLeaks with hundreds of thousands of highly classified internal documents. The publications included the revelation of what appeared to be war crimes. Footage released in April 2010 showed U.S. soldiers shooting and killing civilians from a helicopter in Iraq. It also included sensitive information about human intelligence sources and surveillance techniques, disclosure of which the U.S. argues put lives at risk. Later that year in November 2010, Swedish authorities issued an arrest warrant for Assange over allegations of rape and other sexual offenses. Assange was working in London at the time and claimed the allegations were fabricated in order to facilitate his extradition from Sweden to the U.S. for publishing the sensitive documents. Facing extradition to Sweden, Assange skipped bail in June 2012 and sought refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Two months later, Ecuador granted him asylum on the grounds of political persecution. He resided in the embassy building for 7 years during which time the Swedish investigation was dropped in 2019. Why does the U.S. want to extradite Assange? In April 2019, after a series of behavioral transgressions, alleged by the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Ecuador revoked his diplomatic asylum..

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Assange partner: extradition to US is 'unthinkable'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Assange partner: extradition to US is 'unthinkable'

"The poem the wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the decision to extradite him to the US would be totally unacceptable as U. S. authorities launch a new battle to make a song face American justice Stella Morris spoke outside the court to assign to supporters you can't courts are now faced with this decision about whether they can extradite a journalist in the country that was plotting to kill it would be unthinkable that they would go along with it I hope the justice will be served appealing against an earlier legal decision on attorney for the U. S. government on Wednesday denied the song his mental health was too fragile to withstand the U. S. judicial system Charles the last month London

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Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an Ecuadorean court revokes the citizenship for Juliana Sasha Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of wikileaks founder Julian Assange he received Ecuadorian citizenship in January twenty eighteen as part of a failed attempt to make him a diplomat to get him out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London Sandra native of Australia spent seven years inside the embassy trying to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault the song has been held in London's high security Belmarsh prison since April twenty nineteen after being arrested for skipping bail seven years earlier in a separate case Saanjh is under indictment in the US on espionage charges related to wikileaks publication of thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents hi Mike Rossio

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UK Court Allows US to Appeal Denial of Assange's Extradition

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

UK Court Allows US to Appeal Denial of Assange's Extradition

"Britain's High Court who's going to do the U. S. government permission to appeal the decision the wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be sent to the U. S. to face espionage charges the judicial office says the appeal had been granted and the case would be listed for a High Court hearing although no dates being set so far the judge ordered the song she must remain in prison during any potential U. S. appeal as he has an incentive to abscond if you were freed in January a local judge had refused an American request to send the song to the U. S. the district judge had denied extradition on health grounds saying the signage was likely to kill himself if held under harsh US prison conditions Charles the last month London

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail by London court

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail by London court

"Judge has denied bail to wikileaks. Founder julian assange who has been jailed in britain since twenty nine as he fights extradition to the united states ordering him to remain in prison while the courts consider an appeal by us authorities against a decision to not extradite him on monday. The judge rejected the request. Sentence on should the us face espionage charges on health

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U.K. judge denies Julian Assange's request for release on bail

NPR News Now

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. judge denies Julian Assange's request for release on bail

"A judge has rejected wikileaks founder. Julian assange is bid to be released from prison as he fights. Us extradition attempts on espionage charges assange has been held at london's high-security belmarsh prison since april of twenty nineteen arrested for skipping. Bail on a separate legal battle two days ago. A judge denied the. Us request send assange to the us to face those charges for publishing secret military documents a decade ago. The us says it will appeal that decision. North

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Microsoft Solar Winds Breach, Slack Outage, Assange Denied Extradition, Singapore Police Use Contact Tracing Data

Cyber Security Headlines

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Solar Winds Breach, Slack Outage, Assange Denied Extradition, Singapore Police Use Contact Tracing Data

"Microsoft source code accessed by solarmax attackers as part of its ongoing investigation into the solar wind supply chain attack. Microsoft discovered it systems were infiltrated beyond just the presence of militia code with the attackers able to view source code in a number of repositories while able to view the code. The attackers did not gain permission to modify any code or systems. The company said it did not see any production systems or customer data access or found any indication. It systems were used to attack. Other organizations slack suffers a massive outage. Looks like slack head a case of the mondays because the team messaging service was down for several hours on january. Fourth uses began reporting issues around ten am eastern with slack. Managing the issues on its support page around ten fourteen. Am saying the issues connecting to the service and messaging but classifying it as a full blown outage around eleven. Twenty am by one pm slack. Support advise that users should be able to reconnect with degraded performance but that counter integrations and email notifications for. Dm's we're still having issues. Slack did not specify the reason for the outage. uk judge denies assange extradition to the us. The judge ruled that wikileaks founder. Julian assange cannot be extradited to the united states to face trial on charges for violating the espionage act. the judge ruled that extradition would be unjust and oppressive. Setting assange is mental. Health would put them at extreme risk of suicide if extradited to the us the judge rejected assange s defence however that the charges weren't attack on press freedom and politically motivated saying the. Us brought the case in good faith in two thousand nineteen asandra charged with seventeen counts of violating the espionage act resulting from the publication of documents provided by former us army intelligence analyst chelsea manning. Singapore police can use contact tracing data in criminal investigations. Singapore's minister of state for home affairs desmond tan confirmed that law enforcement can use data from the country's trace together contact tracing app and wearable token as part of the country criminal procedure code. When the app token were introduced the government said data would never be accessed unless there was a positive test insisting token was not a tracking device and that all data would be encrypted for twenty five days before being automatically deleted tan also said that misuse of contact tracing data by unauthorized users was still subject to fines and up to two years in jail

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UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

Daily Tech News Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

"Uk judge vanessa. Barrett sir westminster magistrates. Courts ruled that wikileaks founder. Julian assange cannot be extradited to the united states to face trial. On charges of violating the espionage act the judge ruled that extradition would be unjust and oppressive citing that assange is mental. Health would put him at extreme risk of suicide if extradited to the us the judge rejected us on just defense at the charges. Were an attack on press freedom seeing that the brought the case in good faith in two thousand nineteen assange was charged with seventeen counts of violating the espionage act resulting from the publication of documents provided by former us army intelligence analyst chelsea. Manning

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

"Judge in London today ruled against the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange Onge to the U. S. He's been indicted on charges of violating the Espionage Act. The judge said the risk of suicide if a Sanchez extradited is too high. The verdict was a surprise. It prompted a huge cheer among Assan just supporters outside the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court. The judge's verdict says that Julian Assange will not be extradited to the United States to stand trial on mental health grounds. She says that he's the past is despairing on that conditions in U. S jails, which she described as oppressive could make him a serious suicide risk that CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer

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UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

Daily Tech News Show

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

UK judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange

"Uk judge vanessa. Barrister of westminster's magistrate's court ruled that wikileaks founder. Julian assange can not extradited to the united states to face trial on charges of violating the espionage. Act the judge ruled. The extradition would be unjust and oppressive setting assange mental health extreme risk of suicide if extradited to the us. The judge rejected assange defense that the charges were an attack on press freedom however saying that the us brought the case in good faith in two thousand nineteen asandra is charged with seventeen counts of violating the espionage act resulting from the publication of documents provided by former us army intelligence analyst chelsea manning

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U.K. judge rejects U.S. request to extradite WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. judge rejects U.S. request to extradite WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

"Rules on extraditing Wikileaks founder Julian Massage to the U. S Judge has just ruled that Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the U. S because of fear. Is that the wiki leaks founder may commit suicide. US prosecutors expected to appeal today's ruling yes, reporter Vicki Barker says Massage faces espionage charges for posting a leaked U. S military and diplomatic documents. He spent years an asylum of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Atlanta police

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Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S.

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Julian Assange Faces Ruling on Extradition to U.S.

"Will rule today on whether the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange large, could be extradited to the United States to face charges relating to the disclosure of thousands of secret military documents. The U. S claims the leaks broke the law and endangered lives. Mr. Assange's supporters say they revealed evidence of war crimes.

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UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

"Decisions expected soon on the legal feet of the wikileaks founder. Julian assange is one step closer to learning if he will be extradited to the us a district judge in the united kingdom is set to deliver her decision. Monday in a london courtroom if she grants the request. Britain's home secretary would then make the final decision no matter which way the decision goes and appeal is

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UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

"Spent years inside the ecuadorian embassy. In london now the next chapter of the julian assange saga is set to play out in a british court. Next week julian assange. The founder of wikileaks soon finds out whether or not he'll be extradited to the us from the uk to face. Numerous counts of espionage. A judge's decisions expected monday morning if granted. Britain's home secretary will make the final call. A solid is facing seventeen charges over the publication of secret american military documents. But he may have an ace up. His sleeve. Assange his partner and mother of his two children stella morris has appealed via twitter to president trump asking that the wikileaks be pardoned. If convicted ajaj faces up to one hundred seventy five years behind

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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 | 1 year 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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UK Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Assange Extradition Hearing

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

UK Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Assange Extradition Hearing

"Judge has rejected a request by lawyers for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to delay his extradition hearing until next year to give them more time to respond to US allegations that he conspired with hackers to get classified info. The move came as a Sanja appeared in a London court today to fight American prosecutors attempt to send him to the US to stand trial. The United States has indicted the 49 year old on espionage and computer misuse. Charges over Wiki leaks Publication of Secret Military document It's Assange's lawyers say the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power.

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WikiLeaks' Assange back in court to fight U.S. extradition request

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

WikiLeaks' Assange back in court to fight U.S. extradition request

"A British judge has rejected a request by Julian Assange and his lawyer to delay his extradition hearing until next until next year to give his lawyer's Mohr time to respond to US allegations that he conspired with hackers to obtain classified information. She's fighting prosecutors attempts to send him to the US to stand trial on spying charges in an initial volley. Assad's attorney, Marc Summers, argued it had bean an impossible task. For his team to deal with the new allegations quickly and that the judge should excise the new claims. But the judge said no saying she'd offered the defense the chance in August to postpone the hearing. They had declined to do so. She said the defense and asked for the case to be adjourned until January, but she refused That too.

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U.S. extradition trial for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange begins in London

Jim Bohannon

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. extradition trial for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange begins in London

"Judges allowing the U. S fight to extradite Julian Massage to continue the Wikileaks Wikileaks founder facing espionage charges for leaking confidential US files outside the court today, supporters demonstrating songs his father, calling him a publisher and journalist condemning the charges against him. It's oppression of journalism on free everywhere in the western world. It has to stop Saunders attorneys unsuccessful unsuccessfully seeking a delay in today's hearing.

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"julian assange" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"WIKILEAKS DOT ORG website. Just if you're curious or you know, you're feeling a little dangerous. You can go check. Yeah, yeah, we should say benefit of talking about these past leaks is that they are all available? You know what I mean. It reminds me of the streisand effect. You guys know what that is right. Now so, the streisand effect is essentially saying that. Once, something is out there. Has Published Online. especially a cannot be removed. No matter how much someone wants it to be removed. It's named after a picture of Barbara streisand I believe that she asked to be removed from the Internet. And you know we all are familiar with the denizens of the Internet that is the same thing is telling them. Please pretty. Please spread this everywhere. Yeah it was were Malibu home. As of two thousand and three I believe that she was attempting to remove. That's right, and you could see the argument there because it's like. Hey, this is you know my personal dwelling place, but this situation reminds me of something very funny. I don't know if I mentioned it to guys when the wikileaks stuff really started hitting, but there were internal emails throughout. Throughout the intelligence industry, which is the right word and throughout the defense industry where people were literally telling government employees. Hey, we know this is out there. It's on the news. It's online just so you know you will get in trouble if you read it unless you have the correct classification and that was such an attempt to close the barn door after the horses of stampeded away. We just didn't have legislation for this, and that's part of why. Iraq the world so fundamentally, and that's not even we're not even talking about twenty sixteen right, but the emails because later wikileaks released some twenty thousand pages of e mails from the Hillary Clinton campaign. Is your call. Former secretary of State Clinton was running for President in two thousand, sixteen and also emails from the Democratic National. Committee it is again, not hyperbole to say that these altered the course of US politics in a big big way. Yeah, it's true I mean the emails which later became part of the Internet catchphrase but her emails explored and expanded expanded on Multiple Clinton controversies. Controversies that already been out there in the public imagination in we'd we discuss some of those early on in the campaign between Hillary, Clinton and Donald Trump where we did trump, you know the most popular trump and Clinton conspiracy theories and the Clinton conspiracy theories are massive, because they involve both her and her husband, and the questionable relationship between the Clinton Foundation and its donors Clinton's. Kind of you know. Close Knit relationships shall we say with some very powerful Wall Street interests that became problematic, especially, considering that she kind of you know was trying to cast herself as sort of the people's candidate and her incredibly close ties with a very wealthy and powerful campaign contributors This is just beginning to scratch the surface, but it's fair to say that the Leagues Played A. A huge role in the outcome of that year's presidential election and it also you know I. Think a lot of people look at assange early on as sort of this great equalizer you know in trying to take powerful people to task, and that's all well and good, if the outcome is on your side right, and so I think he really became a hugely divisive figure. On the left when this happened, and it started to feel like he was perhaps more interested in getting the other side elected, and that became very confusing of his character, really kind of complicated the relationship with the public and Julian. Assange I would say two things here. I recently listened to Glenn Greenwald now of the intercept. That's how he's best known currently but. Journalists who is discussing? How, Julian assange really does represent a largely hated figure on both the political left and right within the United States. Because of the people who would consider him anti war or anti. You know military because of the Iraq, war logs and other things in the diplomatic cables. They very much dislike him from that angle, and then from this like he said in the people in political left very much dislike him because they essentially blame him for Hillary Clinton losing the election. One commonality that we've seen through these leaks is that it is attempting at least feels that it's an attempt to show that behind the curtain scene of the powerful people in every single one of these that we just we've already kind of mentioned here. And I guess when you are doing that. In showing a peek behind the curtain of all powerful people you're. GonNa. PISS everybody off Yeah agreed very much. So and you know I wanna ask you guys hear A. Just, an opinion you know. Do Are you all of the opinion that this that this did significantly impact the election or was it? I mean. How much do you think it swung the needle? I would say it swung the needle. I mean my opinion is a Yes for sure it did. Because it changed the conversation that was happening on the news cycle almost like right up into the election. Right up until the day of the election. It really did change what people were talking about. Oh I think that's. There's no question about it. Absolutely hijacked the conversation in a way. That Clinton was just not able to put back in that Pandora's box. You know and it really completely took away her power to kind of steer the narrative. which you know, say what you will about what whichever side of policy politics that you you fall on She definitely was trying very hard to cast herself. In this light of being kind of the People's candidate of being this sort of you know even handed person that wasn't connected to any kind of wrongdoing. And that she really cared about the every man for lack of a better term, and this really kind of shattered a lot of that, and it made it it leaves whether it was true or not at least the contents of the emails and the nature of the whole private server situation, and whether or not she completely flaunt flouted the rules, and just went her own way. It really robbed her of the ability and her campaign of the ability to steer that narrative, and it was just impossible to spin it at that point. Yeah, it's the old. The old saying holds true if you are defending yourself in any kind of political sphere than you are automatically losing. The fascist were right about it the the Republicans and the Democrats were right about it. It's just sort of the part of the Part of the house rules of these terrible terrible games, but there you have it. Here's the takeaway. Single man, flesh and blood, just as many of the people listening to this show today are. Unelected himself was able to shake the world. You can understand why so many powerful people consider him dangerous. When we last left Julian Assange, he had been removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy. All indications appeared that he would continue on a legal battle at a glacial pace, likely from prison, as he sought to avoid extradition, and probably in his mind possible death in the United States so where are we at now will answer the question after a word from our sponsors. iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty, so we made commencement a new podcast with words of inspiration from the biggest names.

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"julian assange" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Was Julian Assange's father John Shipton Chilean assigned just been imprisoned at London's Belmarsh prison since last September when he first served a fifty week jail sentence for breaching his bail conditions since two thousand twelve he taken refuge in Ecuador's London embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations during his time in the Ecuadorian embassy is Sandra's reportedly spied on by Spanish security firm join the sign says a C. I. A. was behind the illegal twenty four seven surveillance for more we're joined by well one of the people who was spied on Jennifer Robinson the human rights attorney who's been advising Juliana Sanjan wikileaks since two thousand ten John Robinson welcome back to democracy now thanks for joining us from London can you describe the four days of hearings just physically I in the court room in London and what Julian Assange faces obviously we've just had a week of hearings join us on faces as you said a hundred and seventy five years in prison for publications back in two thousand and ten that were released we can expect all C. manning and I think it's important to remember what this case is really about the publication for which he's being prosecuted and sought for extradition that includes Iraq war logs the Afghan dire war diary showing a civilian casualties in abuse of detainees in in Iraq and Afghanistan war crimes human rights abuse the same with cable guy war crimes human rights abuse corruption the world over sorry for four days last week there was a packed out court room filled with the public gallery was packed the general section was packed to finally here after ten years of the U. S. preparing this case against wikileaks a grand jury investigation that was opened under the Obama administration an indictment the seed now by the trump administration we finally heard that the U. S. case and of course we had nothing new nothing new since Chelsea manning's prosecution back in twenty twelve what is important though is that what the court finally head is the defense case and a number of arguments put forth by a team including that yes the espionage act this is an unprecedented use of the espionage act against publisher which is of course a political offense and ought to be barred from under the terms of the U. S. U. K. expiration trading they should be exhibition should be Bob not basis we also heard evidence about the grave threat that this poses to press freedom not just for journalists inside the United States but the journalists everywhere around the world because of the precedent this case sets that the United States could seek to extradite and pop prosecute journalists and publishers from around the world for publishing truthful information about the United States we also heard evidence about how the United States indictment has misrepresented the facts including making a false allegation that join the signs had regularly and deliberately put lives at risk and we had evidence in the court this week about the technological security measures that we he likes imposed upon the media partners and the reduction processes that were undertaken to protect any one at risk in those publications it was a long week of hearings and I think it's important people start to see the the true facts of this of course Chelsea manning remains in prison in the United States right now but we heard evidence from her prosecution in these proceedings demonstrating that Chelsea manning had in fact provided this information to wikileaks based on her own conscience having seen war crimes the murder of civilians the matter of journalists by the by United States forces which is what drove her to release the material to wikileaks so it was it was a long week of hearings an important one for Julian so Jennifer Robinson can you describe the courtroom where I join the signage was held at the back of the courtroom as is the custom was he in the cage was able to hear the proceedings consult were you in the front with the other lawyers or his legal adviser that's correct sorry throughout the hearings Julian was sat at the back of the courtroom which is behind where we sit as his legal counsel in in effectively a glass box out in the dark now this creates significant amount of difficulties for us as his legal team in communicating with him during the course of the proceedings which was raised as a concern on on the final day of the hearing he sits behind us which means while we're paying attention to the judge and submissions in front we can't see when he's raising concern or seeking clarification or offering information to us about what he's hearing in court the entire court room including the public gallery and journalists related to the fact whenever he wants to raise a question with us and of course if he's whispering to us over trying to get our attention the court the U. S. prosecutors sitting right next to us in court can hear everything so we made an application at the end of the week in order to allow him to leave the talking of course feel U. S. view is it would seem strange that a defendant who does not pose any security risk would not be permitted to sit next to the defense counsel which is standard practice in the United States but the judge refused their application we also heard evidence of the mistreatment that Julian suffered not just the difficulties he has in court in communicating with us in a secure and confidential manner but also the treatment that he's been receiving from prison authorities just on the first day of the hearing he we heard that he was handcuffed eleven times strip searched twice and how these legal papers interfered with and taken away from him this is indicative of the kinds of treatment that he's been suffering and isn't of course the most recent in a long history of difficulties that we've been having in preparing his case with difficulties of access to him in the prison difficulties in getting him getting sufficient time with him to review and take instructions of the very complex evidence that needs to be presented in the court and it goes to show you the I think the obstacles and challenges that we face and that he faces improperly defending himself from these proceedings he said Wednesday I am as much a participant in these proceedings as I am watching Wimbledon a Dan complaining that he could not communicate with you with the lawyers overall now the U. S. attorney's argued that his case is not political explain what you think are the most significant war crimes that he provided evidence of and what it means if he came to this country how is that possible key an Australian citizen faces a hundred seventy five years for treason in the United States of course this case is inherently political whether you look at the times the offenses for which he's been charged including numerous offenses under the espionage act which encapsulate and capture a traditional journalistic activities the nation's espionage the espionage act itself as an offense is a political offense in substance but we also need to look at the political context in which this prosecution and extradition request comes this is of course in the context of the trump administration act a president who calls the the media the enemy of the people we've learnt since July and was arrested this extradition requests and superseding indictment came through to their bottom a bomber ministration had not gonna just taken a decision not to prosecute under the an espionage act because of what the so called New York times problem that is that you cannot distinguish between the actions we can explain you what times in receiving in publishing this information we also say that beyond the political nature of the offense in a political context in which he would be charged the U. S. prosecution seem to tried to argue this week this past week that what we can extend and joined in publishing this information was not a political act and of course we had evidence in the court about Julian's very well nine political views that we had with respect to what he likes and the names and and why would he likes was was created by him we had with respect to the Iraq war logs which he likes join saying with the release if lies can start a war that then the truth can stop them and we heard evidence about how the publication of evidence of war crimes in the context of the Iraq war both with respect to for example collateral murder which was evidence of a war crime and U. S. troops killing journalists and civilians but also more broadly about torture of detainees how evidence of that in fact led to the Iraqi government withdrawing the immunity if U. S. troops and the ultimate withdrawal of American forces from Iraq so of course what we're saying is that we can extend the published information of important human rights abuse it was certainly in the public interest and for which have one journalism awards the world over but that in fact resulted in a change in US policy and we say that that makes it and a political offense finally John Robinson how is Julian Assange's health we remain very concerned about his health of course he had more than seven years inside the Ecuadorean embassy without access to health care because the UK government refused to recognize his asylum and asylum that was granted to him by acquittal not to hide from Sweden as your introduction suggested but to protect him from U. S. extradition the very outcome that he's facing right now inside prison he's in difficult conditions is a high security prison he's been ineffective isolation for much of the time he's been inside the prison and you heard me earlier explain the treatment he's been suffering between the prison and the court each time for his hearing including being handcuffed numerous times strip searches and the like this is of course compounding our existing concerns about his health and we heard in court to psychiatric evidence is being put before the court about concerns about his ability to withstand the sorts of treatment he will suffer in U. S. prisons on the special administrative measures if he was returned to the United States so it is a very serious situation and one that is under constant monitoring at our end John Robinson I want to thank you for being with us human rights attorney she is legal adviser for Julian Assange and wikileaks since two thousand ten when we come back tomorrow super Tuesday we go to Texas to speak with a candidate who's running in a primary race that's Jessica Cisneros the twenty six year old immigration lawyer who's challenging Congress member can require stay with us all.

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"julian assange" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Gary, I keep meaning to reach out to and talk to him about it because I think he would love to spend thirty minutes or twenty minutes talking to Lynn just the, the kinds of cases, he takes and, and he's, he's just a solid guy. But he has I thought I just saw something this week that he posted. I read that was a court order overruling one of his motion. One of the motions to dismiss in response to his case. So I think he's got some winded is back. I doubt they settle but it's an interesting time for media outlets. I mean, the, the Julian Assange indictment that came out today. We're taping this on Friday that parts of it were revealed today are an interesting. Movement towards area that we didn't go before, you know, during the Obama 's tenure, there were people tend to forget this, but there were subpoenas of reporters phone records, and they kept trying to find out who was leaking information to reporters, and so that was something that was started them, but they stop just short of, of the specific prosecution Assange is now, they're, they're pushing nine envelope from where they were previously, because whatever you say about him, the activity they're saying, basically that what he did is when he revealed the classified information he put people's lives at risk. I was reading something today were some media outlets were saying that's what they always argue or not yet, that's above my pay grade. But it's, it's a very close, call between the first amendment and the classified info. Permission Protection Act CPA, and so that it'll be very interesting to see how he and I'm sure he will fight it on the first amendment grounds. Just a small, let. What interesting on their interesting ruling? So it's been to my mind misinterpreted but we'll see how plays out the what I what the court did was the court said, we're going to the court file. When you get your case dismissed by virtue of the, the mechanism that the state's attorney dismissed it then would seal the court file this was an unsealing of the court file based on his statements and attorney statements after the fact was mind, but it was one of I mentioned the order, but I would assume it would be the press conference was held outside the court arguing or the court ruling that, that, that would allow for the court file to be unsealed. I, I think that the there's going to be much do about nothing but we'll see. Because I don't think that the court. File has got green jury material in it. I don't think the court file would have any other things in it normally court file would have court documents meaning there would be bale information, there would be things, the nature of orders as to where you could go what you could do your movement, so to speak on bail. There would be entries as to the indictment, probably there would probably be the criminal complaint and things like that. So absence that I think it's a story without a whole lot of substance..

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"julian assange" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"The case against Julian Assange US, prosecutors unsealed conspiracy charges against Wiki leaks, founder Julian Assange, alleging he worked with former army intelligence analyst, turn whistleblower Chelsea Manning to hack a government, computer and carry out one of the largest leaks of US classified information in history in an indictment dated much six twenty eighteen the United States charges Assange with one count of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion. The charge in the one count indictment against Julian staunch unsealed shortly after his arrest doesn't speak to any broader first amendment issues. The indictment alleges that in March twenty ten Assange engage in a conspiracy with Chelsea Manning, a former intelligence analysts in US arm. Any to assist? Manning and cracking passwords stored on US department of defense. Computers connected to the secret internet protocol network, a US government network use for classified documents and communications conspiracy to commit compute intrusion, which violates the computer fraud and abuse act is a more easily provable crime in what could be a lodge criminal context. The conspiracy component of it can be pretty easy to prove that there had to be some degree of coordination of efforts and action. You can at least demonstrate through Email and other communications that they were working in some degree in concert to produce an outcome. Limiting the indictment against Assange to this one narrow charge and not charging him with espionage leaves aside any first amendment questions that could have been raised about WikiLeaks publishing classified information. How does this differ from.

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"julian assange" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Leaks founder Julian Assange is confined to assail in a prison outside London sites editor and chief healthy Associated Press. He was arrested yesterday for jumping bail and Britain and could be extradited to the US the Pentagon's new transgender policies. Now, in fact, nearly two years after President Trump announced a ban on transgender servicemembers the Pentagon restricting service those who are able to serve in their biological sex. Nicole Perry's marine veteran who got out of the core to make her transition very much as it's discriminating against people who are because. Transgender. The White House argues medical care for transgender servicemembers is too costly. They're still four lawsuits into way challenging the new policy. That's free court ruled the ban could take effect while those lawsuits play out in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News has your price recalling nearly five million infants sleepers after more than thirty babies rolled over in them and died since the product was introduced in two thousand nine the US consumer Product Safety Commission says anyone who bought the rock and play sleeper should stop using it right away on a social media site expose some accounts that were supposed to be private a number of Instagram users taking a Twitter to report seeing strangers story videos, showing up in their feeds folks do not follow some of whom they say their account set to private Instagram confirms the glitch saying statement to caused people's Instagram stories trays to show accounts. They don't follow it claims. The full story clips did not load if these account set deprive. The company says it fixed the issue in a matter of hours and believes only a small percentage of accounts, we're impacted Christine Goodwin. Fox, noon renews. Book about grueling jungle combat during World War Two became a base of the field. Many series of acidic has died services health today for our the Bergen.

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"julian assange" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on KTOK

"Jefferson Morley tonight on ground zero is an excellent point that I was gonna bring up bring it up now, actually. The problem with Julian Assange is I guess the problem that I think people are overlooking is once again when is it criminal to expose criminals and win is it when do we look at journalism, and we say, well, we'd free press. Trump is imposing on our free press. You know, he's persecuting us because we have facts. Doesn't like the facts, Fox News is state news. You all this stuff all the time fake news. And then all of a sudden Julian Assange gets arrested and not Pete from the media, not really nothing. And and then, of course, the trial in trials basically back to the court of public opinion, and many people don't know enough about this. What Julian Assange is or what he is. Those are the ones that say, well, that's the guy that made Hillary Clinton look bad. So we hate him and what make Trump look good. So we like him. And then there's the well, he's a he's a molester narcissist jerk. So we hate him. I mean, what is important here. Is it the freedom of the press or his character? It's a very good point. I mean, I try to fact or out the personal side of it. Because he, you know, he isn't unpleasant person, but that's not grounds for prosecution, and it shouldn't be it shouldn't make you more liable to criminal prosecution. If you know, you have an unpleasant personality, or, you know, people don't like you it should be more objective than that. So I think that that's important to keep in mind, you know, and his politics. I mean, you know, when when when the WikiLeaks first came out. Assange was a kind of a radical anarchists. He was you know in the twenty sixteen campaign. He was affectively appro Trump supporters. So the guy's been all over the place politically. So I try to factor that out it just in terms of thinking about what's the right thing under the law, and what's the right thing for for the media. And I think they're charting this guy with a hack Pentagon, computer. You know, what did he expose exposed war crimes? Free press needs to be protected, and I think that I'm not sure you've said, you know, the the media isn't saying anything, I think a lot of people are gonna come to a scientist defense. Why would hope I would hope so? But you know, once again, I just don't see this should be. I think like we like I've seen it in. I woke up this morning. I dreaded the fact that I had to talk about this story why? Because of the very reasons I'm talking to you. And that is how do we talk to a nation that basically hates the president? Because they and they because they hate him. They're just gonna fight against him. Even if his policies are great, even if he decides that he's even if he gave everybody free food tomorrow, clean water tomorrow and put kept everybody out of pain. Donald Trump would still be hated because they just hate him. And that's the and that's the thing is that same Julian Assange, we hate Julian Assange because he's just nothing more than ass. So therefore, he's bad guy. And we want to see him hanging hanging. The hague. I just wonder sometimes if the messenger is judged more. So than the message. Yeah. Well, I mean, the, you know, we've lost a sense that even the belief that there's a common reality out there that you know, that we share and so well, we live in our media silos, and everybody's genius. But there's a lot of people who you know. It's amazing. There's a lot of people out there who have never been wrong about anything not on any issue. Not on any facts. They have never been wrong. I mean, I'm not one of those people. But man, I hear from them every day. Is a working reporter on social media and talking to people, you know, it's amazing. How many people out there have never been wrong about? I totally agree with you. Because here's the thing. You know, I guess people have this assumption that just because I have a microphone, and you have a typewriter, and you have computer, and you have ways to report you come on radio shows that somehow we think of ourselves as being better than everyone else. I guess they assume this and so whenever we do something. And we we do our best to be honest. We do our best to be objective. And what happens is we screw up. Just one little screw up. Whether it's typo or something you get people in social media going. I knew it all along your fake news or I knew it all along. You're you're a right winger or left-winger. And I'm saying to myself, this is what's going on with Julian Assange? Join Assange does what any real journalist, do expose them. That's the point exposing both side. Is is being criminal both sides impunity in what they do the minute. You go against a party that party is going to double up on you and say, whatever even me speaking about the fact that I thought it was a little odd that Donald Trump's every said about WikiLeaks today. People are all the president. Didn't mean that oh the president this. How dare you attack? President trump. I'm not attacking him. I think it's a very legitimate observation that after praising what you when Hillary Clinton was being, you know, have your head chopped off on the chopping block with all the emails and pedestrians to to have him. Today. Are you kidding me? And in fact, I felt like I hate to say it was kind of like a punch pilot stance or a Brutus stance. Put the knife in their little more Brutus come do that. And I'm thinking, I didn't understand it. And I thought well once again, this proves my point that if people were to understand politics, they would know that it's theater for the ugly, ugly thing. And there are there's no integrity amongst the criminals. If one criminal can get away with it. They'll get away with it will continue to get away with it. And that's why when you know, you have the left if you even anything, obviously, Hillary Clinton put the knife in the back of Bernie Sanders put an immediate took over. And it's like, oh my God. We're the flying monkeys. Let's get rid of this witch. And then of course, that makes you a for Donald Trump. No, it makes you realize that the character this woman for some reason turned into monster. And then we had another monster. It was like aliens vs predator that no one wins. It's was scary. Yeah. Well, I mean, what what you're seeing here CLYDE is a real breakdown of the political system. And you know, it's scary because you know, the old rules of don't apply and the popular hostility to the ruling order has the demand for change is never been higher. Yet. We have the situation where the country's very polarized. The president's the most unpopular president in history. And yet forty percent of the country are sticking with this guy. You know, big time, and they don't care. It's fifty one percent last count. It's percents saying, hey, this guy's the man. Forty one forty one fifty one fifty. It was very funny kind. They put up presidents approval rating up to fifty no that was actually the disapproval rating, the approval was forty one K. Well, all right. I would see that's the thing is that. I just wonder here's another thing apart from Julian Assange could ask you about this because I did a show a while back where I was, you know, of course, I'm very very leery of his new green deal and very leery about these new junior congresswoman that are making all these like Alexandria, Qazi Cortez, and Omar and all these guys, and I was thinking to myself, you know, we have all of these radicals that are now or these extremists that are now in Washington, and I'm seeing the old school Democrats feeling a little uncomfortable. And that's why I'm seeing now twenty twenty people now that are running for president on the side of the Democratic Party. And does that mean that maybe they need to wake up and realize that they're about the decimate their party, all the hell? No, no. I think it's very healthy side. A lot of people are getting in a lot of people have good ideas. I don't think that they're going to this is how you discover who's got the medal, and who doesn't is how people perform in the spotlight, and I think it's healthy process. I think that there's going to be some fratricide. But I also think Democrats from you know. Pretty conservative, you know, moderate Democrats to these new more, radical socialist. I think that there's a commonality of interest in defeating Trump. That will prevail over the tendency to gather the firing squad in a circle. So you know, I think there's that possibility, but I'm looking forward to it. I think there's gonna be a lot of interesting ideas out there that they can change the political debate. Hopefully, I'm looking for a candidate who can kind of define and articulate and help people transcend this polarization that we're in and figure out a way to reach out to the other side, and at least begin to try and have, you know, a little more respectful dialog. And maybe find a way out of this kind of the countries in just in a real bad mood right now. I don't think that maybe we need to reach back to I guess what you'd call cultural congruency where. Every year the fourth of July means we fire fireworks barbecued ribs. And we all agree. We all agree that we do that. Okay. That's what we do. So we can find some sort of quivalent to that where we all agree that this is what we do as Americans. We all can agree. This is what we're supposed to do rather than finding the worst case scenario as to why we do what we do. We find a reason that we all agree like everything's giving. We agree that we're all gonna eat Turkey. We're all gonna get fat and watch football Super Bowl. We all agree that we're gonna disagree over the teams, and we're gonna have a lot of funding a lot of beer and eating a lot of food and getting fat and falling asleep. I mean, these are the things that Americans do that we all agree on. So if we can find something similar that we all agree on outside of the politics. Maybe we'll have some inroads there. Maybe things where we all agree we need. I don't know. Survive food water shelter. All agree. How we gonna get it. And what we're going to do with it. I think that maybe that's what we need something basic. Well, I think this is the challenge for people who say they want to be the next commander in chief is, you know, seeing you find something like that. Because I think if one of these candidates or or maybe more can do that that could be very healthy development and people would gravitate to that. Because I think a lot of people think like you, do you know, what how do we get on the same page as a people for all our differences the countries come together in the past? And I was thinking about this the other day, CLYDE, because I was talking to people, you know, the country's in bad shape right now. I don't think there's any dispute I mean, not economically we're actually in in decent shape. But a lot of people are not doing. Well. A lot of people. Are you know, bitter mad at the system mad at each other? You know, but it's been bad before, you know, I'm a student of history. And you know, maybe you remember nineteen sixty eight but the country was very screwed up then and it was actually more violent the division of the country. We have riots demonstrations police attacking people, you know, bombings. It was it was equally bitterly divided and more violent. So we've been through bad times before in came through. We do know that that's possible. And I try to you know, just remind people that left and right. Yeah. This feels bad. You know, I'm.

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"julian assange" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Julian Assange, I I've been seeing what happened with. Nothing really about someone. Track out of the door. Like Santa Claus. Either. And two question about the person who disclosed the crimes as say that people exposed potential real ten attempt to create an definition of with a glowing over. I say. Independent. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero six three thirty seven hundred that's seven three thirty seven hundred. Jefferson Morley with us tonight on ground zero. There's an excellent point that I was going to bring up bring it up now, actually. The problem with Julian Assange is I guess the problem that I think.

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"julian assange" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Leaks founder, Julian Assange is facing possible. Extradition to the United States on charges linked to the hacking of classified material British authorities arrested Assange Thursday at the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he spent nearly seven years being protected from prosecution in Swedish case that's been dropped as NPR's fibia Quist arcton reports. Ecuadorian officials now say that Assange violated the terms of this political asylum looking bedraggled and gaunt Julian Assange was bundled out of the Ecuadorian embassy into a waiting police van after Ecuador withdrew his protection at its mission. Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt said it was about time. Assange moved on Julian Assange being held hostage in the Ecuadorian embassy. It's actually Julian Assange holding the door and embassy hostage in a situation that was absolutely intolerable for them. So this will now be decided independently by the British legal system, and that is the right outcome as his lawyer says the US is seeking his extradition to. Face charges of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion or maybe equi Stockton NPR. News London, Ohio has adopted one of the most destructive abortion laws in the land. The measure signed by governor Bill wind Thursday bands. Abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected. Ohio. Public radio's Joey Ingles has more less than twenty four hours after the Ohio legislature passed the abortion ban dewine signed it. Former governor John casick aweso Republican vetoed. The measure twice the wine says he knows will face a court challenge. New purpose. This Bill really to have a vehicle for the United States Supreme court. So that should be ready to do. So it could revisit some of his prior rulings. A handful of other states have passed similar laws that have been put on hold by the courts for NPR news. I'm Joe Ingles. And Columbus the Ryan hailing company. Uber has filed paperwork for its much anticipated initial. Public offering NPR's Camilla domino reports and Hooper also has platforms for moving food and free people around the world of taken more than ten billion Uber rides last year. The company brought in more than eleven billion dollars in revenue, but it's still operating at a loss and Uber has garnered a lot of bad press between an erotic founder deceptive business, practices and a self driving car that killed a pedestrian the company acknowledges it needs to restore its reputation. The company also says it would face challenges if it has to recognize drivers as employees ease rather than contractors Hoover. Smaller rival lift went public last month, it stocks popped on day one. But have since dropped significantly in price. Camilo domino NPR news on stock markets.

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"julian assange" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And angry about it. Because he'd only promote it doesn't come on. And so take it. What you will? I mean, I don't understand why you know, we say he says he's gonna come on come on. And you know, and I'm wondering because it just seems to me the reason why I'm on the first place because I wanted to ask him about not his position on, you know, Julian Assange, I wanted to know how he feels as we see these guerrilla journalists or or whatever you may call them see something is closing in upon them. How they're closing in on Alex because we are suing in their keeping off, you know, off of the major technical platforms. And this is what's happening when you're in a journey war. This is what happened we want to eliminate journalists speak out against the deep state. And this is something I think you need to pay attention to. And once again, you have to ask yourself what is going on where the president has been saying for long time, but he likes Wiki leaks because of what it did exposing the DNC. And now he says, it's not my thing. Kind of backs off. Now, something, you know, seven I'm sure he was a vise to back off. And of course, you know, Julian Assange screaming out when he was being arrested. What does the Trump administration going to do about? This is this is what you've become what is going on E felt betrayed. Tripoli six three thirty seven hundred triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred zero to Mike in Kentucky. Hi, Mike ground zero. How you doing doing? All right. I only know about Alex Jones because of you, so Alex, you're welcome. Listen, you're caller. Ryan Gable called earlier, and he said the first half of what I was going to say. So I'll just not go on about don't mind, these players don't mind the circus. In fact, when you're in an environment like this. It's highly income on you as as the producer of information to keep your information safe. All I know a lot of people that have signed disclosure statements. That'll never talk about nothing. But there's a lot with this. That's just a treat sell the tops off of the can man, it's not going back in there, and you wanna know about collateral damage. You get now you're seeing why you got fourteen vets capping themselves day or climbing bottle. You know, true hurts. Two-thirds? But if you've got an organization with Huber, so great if you're that vein. That you can't keep your people in control, then run drills man leak some stuff out, find your leaks. Remember the falcon and the snowman that's how they got that guy. You know, there's always a trick. It doesn't matter if you're a rockstar in this business somebody's going to come in there and flips upside down, and they're gonna make you notice it when you notice it you're gonna bring it forward to your spirit. And if you don't you're gonna get gig on it, and if you wanna get an organization, and that's where we're at with these Rila journalists. There's people whose kids are born to get in bed at in this stuff. But if you got that kind information at that secret, and it's done portent, and it's incumbent on you to keep it safe. Well, that's the thing is that how safe is gonna be if he is brought to trial v is tortured the becomes here Claude he's done. It doesn't matter if they put him in a fifteen thousand square foot and how at number to address of Lake Michigan drive in Chicago or a day. Thank eighty little peeling sell in Kentucky full of water. He done wherever he gets good. He's going to get the laser treatment to the cortex going to happen. Permission in yet. What did they dump all that information? What are we going to do with all that? I mean, he he said that he would dump be information. If all the information these caps, he's going to die. It's the timing of its kind of odd. It's he might not have it. But the chances are he has it. And if he has it he's got a lot of people in place that are garden it it doesn't necessarily mean that the little goal at once. They might just let it go where applicable, you know, over time where really hurts this correlates with this released this, you know, I would agree. I mean, once again, you you you will straight a very interesting point about what's against all about timing. It's all about what would they release over time? It would certainly impune those who are in in in the political circus. They already took care of Clinton who else would be in their crosshairs. Release millions of pages of data. It would be ineffective. It would be more effective to to to have a situation released one or two items. And then they said what was the source of this information? I say this is dumb, and it's going to keep coming. It's going gonna keep coming. But you know, you just you can't you can't just be doling clearances to people. I have a lot of people that come to tell me stuff because overtime like overtime with you a quarter century, you earn people's trust your credibility is there there. You know, what the subject matter of this year thousand nineteen big deal? They're also going to use this as a circus to set us up because.

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"julian assange" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on KTRH

"NewsRadio seven forty K T R H. I'm like ground zero got blurred that Calix jokes lovey of the program tonight. Fellas twist before and I'm angry about it. Because he don't promote. He doesn't come on. And so take it. What you will? I mean, I don't understand why you know, we say he says he's gonna come on come on. And you know, and I'm wondering because it just seems to me the reason why I want him on the first place is because I wanted to ask him about not his position on, you know, Julian Assange, I wanted to know how he feels as we see these guerrilla journalists or or whatever you may call them see that something is closing in upon them. Hell they're closing in on Alex because we are suing in their keeping off, you know, off of the major technical platforms. And this is what's happening when you're in a dirty war. This is what happened we want to eliminate journalists speak out against the deep state. And this is something I think you need to pay attention to and once again, you have to ask yourself what is going on where the president has been saying for long time, but he likes Mickey leagues because of what it did exposing the DNC. Now, he says my thing kind of backs off doubt something, you know, something I'm sure he was vise d- to back off. And of course, you know, Julian Assange screaming out when he was being arrested. What is the Trump administration going to do about? This is this is what you've become what is going on E felt betrayed. Eight six three thirty seven hundred as triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred Mike in Kentucky. Hi, Mike ground zero. Hi, how you doing doing? All right..

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"julian assange" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Geek News Central

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"julian assange" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Julian Assange is out and he may be headed in to an American prison. Assange is the founder of WikiLeaks, the organization that published almost a half million mostly secret government documents in relation to the Afghan and Iraq wars because that put people's lives in danger and change military. Operations a lot of people want Assange behind bars. But others think he's a hero. I mean, he exposed them. Not so savory things governments were doing around the world. So which is he a narcissist who puts people in harm's way to feed his ego or a hero who keeps bad policies and politicians in check. We'll some of what we leaks expose needed to be exposed problem is he exposed so much that there was no way to sift through the helpful and the harmful. So in order to get to the bottom of whether Julian Assange is a loser or a Lionheart we may have to look at how he conducted his personal life. He was holed up at Ecuador's embassy to avoid rape charges in Sweden and was asked to leave because the Ecuadorian say, well, he block security cameras leaked information about their president and mistreated guards among other things just a few months ago, they gave his Catt was shelter because they said he wasn't caring for it. Based on how he looked as he was being let out of the embassy an old man with a white beard. My imagination tells me that not only wasn't he changing the cat box. He probably wasn't showering had giant fingernails and was drinking directly out of the milk carton. But that's all speculation on my part. What we do know for sure is the US government will charge him with conspiracy. The department of Justice wants to throw him in prison, but considering the secrets he spilled about Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democrats in two thousand sixteen President Trump might wanna give Julian Assange a metal to end Jim Sharpe. And Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for Arizona's morning news on KTAR news.

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"julian assange" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number red state dot com. Put that together. What they did is in. Oh, people I asked if Trump's immigration quotes a racist. Then they turned out to be Obama's you. Don't you think about it? What is the language of success? You know, all of this put everything else aside. Will you be denied opportunities? Let's assume first second you come to this country. You come to this country. Legally, you go through the process are there going to be jobs and opportunities many of them that you will not be qualified for if you don't speak English and the answer is. Yes. So that would be as simulation that would be English the language of success. And if you care about people, and you want them to be successful that at some point has to be a requirement for them. Apparently, I guess not for some others. Anyway, it's it's funny. I mean through the prism of politics, isn't it? It's interesting to watch in everybody's oh my gosh. Julian Assange hacked us. Well, we know Hillary's Email server was hacked with classified Mark classified top secret. Mark top secret and special access programming information. When we we learned this week. They took a sampling of only forty emails from Hillary's thirty some odd thousand of them and four of the forty with more top secret. And and that's, but but Hillary it's a different story if it's just as Cavanaugh and a Trump appointee going on the supreme court, then I believe if it's the Lieutenant governor Virginia so much you care about building walls, and and keeping our borders, secure and helping dreamers, and you believe in Dhaka and all these things. Yeah. Obama's president. But not if Trump is president on so many of the same issues, it is it is time and time again is this hypocrisy. Rains down on. All right. Let's get to our phones. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program, we had a great Hannity tonight. Remember where the only ones that interview Julian Assange, and we're going to go back to that issue as well. Go back to an original question. I asked earlier in the program now, Julian Assange was steadfast in my interviews with him and saying that it was not Russia that it was not a state not a state party. Okay. Maybe it's parsing of words in some way. And if you wanted to get to the truth of exactly where the information, I don't care if it's the Chelsea Manning of ghanistan tape, which goes back in twenty ten or whether or not the DNC emails Podesta, emails, whatever it happens to be. I've got to imagine that probably the one guy that has the answer as to where he got his information from would be Julian Assange and yet. As far as I know the only lawmaker ever make an attempt to go see the guy and talk to him and ask them was Dana Rohrabacher. I don't know anybody else that did. But you would think forensically he might actually have the evidence that could say I got it here. Now, maybe that leads back to a Russian agent of some kind. Maybe it doesn't maybe they'll want the answer. Maybe they didn't want the answer baby. Most in the Intel community, they will say they believe the information came from Russia or these companies, and you know, the the sad thing is all of this is preventable because we've been worn twenty fourteen Devin Nunes has worn the world. Yes. The Russians are going to do what they always do which is trying to wreak havoc on the American electoral system. And this time they tried again. Nobody seems to care that we have evidence Ukraine wants to give us the evidence. And nobody seems interested of their attempts to help influence the two thousand sixteen. Election in Hillary Clinton's favor. And yet, we we have a case where Joe Biden son, you know, is involved in a business deal, and that his son is being investigated by prosecutor, and Joe Biden, then leverage his tax payer money. We have that on tape and brags about here. Six hours either. He's gone or you don't get the money. You don't trust me? Call obama. He's going to do what I say. We're.

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"julian assange" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"julian assange" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to coast to coast were with Dr Jerome Corsi, his work silent. No, more juries. So my question before the break was what did the Mueller investigation want from you? And you're about ready to tell us, well, George the the Mueller investigation lead. I could connect Roger stone to Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. And then of course, Roger was in touch with candidate, Donald Trump, and that would have been the collusion Ling Wiki leaks. Julian Assange was advised to release the pedestrian emails campaign, chairman of Hillary Clinton in October two thousand sixteen to hurt Ilori Clinton. Her campaign when by the way, Roger was arrested at his Fort Lauderdale home back in January charged with witness tampering obstructing official proceeding and five counsel making false statements. He has pled not guilty, correct. And so the reason I think the prosecutors were so interested was because in July and August two thousand sixteen it was our twenty fifth wedding anniversary, my wife, and I were in Italy with family, and I had time I really figured out that Julian Assange of WikiLeaks had remaining the pedestrian emails, and that he was going to release a make them public in October, which would have been the act Tober surprise. And I really pretty much knew what was going to be in these emails, and they was going to release some day by day, and it was going to be a serial kind of drip-by-drip process. It'd be very damaging. I told us to Roger stone, and I told her to others, and the, of course, the FBI was monitoring me at that time. And I had they had all my emails and all my phone calls and. The special prosecutor Mueller's team was convinced that I had to of had a contact with Assange with WikiLeaks in order to be this, correct? And it was uncanny. I mean, I was giving real details. What was gonna happen? You know in October two thousand sixteen and this was July and August two thousand sixteen so the special prosecutor's kind save me to last at all the thirty som- Roger stone associates they interviewed it's all I was going to be the lynchpin for their collusion aren't given. The problem is I don't know Julian Assange, I've never spoken was Assange. I don't know anybody at WikiLeaks. I've had zero contact with them. And I just figured this out myself. You can say it was a good guess, you could say it was the connecting the dots. But I do as an investigative journalist. I mean, George, I don't really know how to explain it. But I didn't know what does Andrea is going to do in October two thousand sixteen when I was in Italy in July and August two thousand sixteen I was telling everybody. Again, let me ask you. This jury as someone from the outside looking in. What was the illegality by anybody? In terms of Julian Assange, releasing things on the internet. What about freedom of speech joys ironic in nineteen seventy two? I did my dissertation, by the way. I'm not saying what he did was proper or ethical. I just wanna know where is the illegality? They were stolen emails. Let's just be honest about a stolen emails from the Democratic National Committee now in nineteen seventy two at Harvard. My political science dissertation for my PHD was on the Pentagon papers. That was the case at the time New York Times, the US, and I knew going in two thousand sixteen as a journalist I could've gone to London and met Julian Assange, I could've introduced Roger stone's Julian Assange, I could've published what Julian Assange Addidas emails. None of that would be a crime. I didn't steal the emails and a journalist under the first amendment..

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