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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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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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Covering Assange

Correspondents Report

05:42 min | 3 years 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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News in Brief 31 May 2019

UN News

02:52 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 31 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations after visiting Julian Assange in a London prison, an independent UN human rights expert, expressed urgent concern on Friday for the Wiki leaks. Co-founders wellbeing accusing a group of democratic states of ganging up on the prisoner to isolate demonize and abuse him and warned against extraditing the controversial publisher to the United States Nils Melzer, the UN special reporter on torture said he was particularly alarmed the recent announcement that the US department of Justice had lodged, seventeen new charges against Mr Assange under the espionage act. This may well result in a life sentence without parole or possibly even the death penalty. If further charges were to be added in the future. He said, on Thursday. He was deemed too ill to appear via video link from a British prison in a hearing over an extradition. Request from the US the reporter said in twenty years of work with victims of war, violence, and political persecution. He'd never seen a group of democratic states ganging up to deliberately isolate demonize and abuse a single. Individual for such a long time. And with so little regard for human dignity. And the rule of law, wrapping up a key annual conference representing the more than four billion citizens of the Asia Pacific region. The head of the UN economic and social commission, there said that nine agreed resolutions provided a solid foundation for reaching these seventeen sustainable development goals, addressing the closing ceremony. S cap executive secretary or meter at Jonah said the decisions were firmly anchored in new twenty thirty agenda and provide solid foundations on which to build upon. She said that putting resolutions into practice was essential to achieving transformed and resilient society in Asia, and the Pacific seeing action at the subregional level was also key. I hope this will be a first step towards more systematically, identifying common priorities. She said and finally, more Somali refugees, leaving war-torn Yemen and choosing to return home amid rising safety fears, that's according to u n refugee agency UNHCR, which said on Friday that the latest boat carrying. Hundred and twenty-five refugees departed, the port city of Aden, this week, bringing men women and children back to Somalia, where insecurities also rife in time for the end of the fasting month. Ramadan, that's according to u n refugee agency, UNHCR would set on Friday that the latest boat carrying one hundred and twenty-five refugees departed, the port city of Aden. This week, bringing men women and children back to Somalia, where insecurities also rife in time for the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, a total of around four thousand three hundred of returned to the horn of Africa country since the rollout of a UNHCR facilitated assisted spontaneous return program in two thousand seventeen among those fleeing Yemen this week with Somalis bowl to refugee, parents, and others who had initially seen Yemen as safer place to live and work hoping to escape conflict and home, Matt wells, UN news.

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"mr assange" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you, Mr Speaker. Julian Assange says apparently that his personal space is being violated, which is a bit rich considering the number of people who'd be put at extreme danger among our allies, there's actually Are-are she's paying radio programming from Friday, what perhaps might be appropriate misspeaking, jaw attention to the statement today from president Marino of Ecuador where I quote, he said that today now that the discussion aggressive behavior, MRs union Assange has led him to these action. So it does tell you something in itself. Johnson. And I'm really concerned that mom's suspected of right, which is what in this case actually was able to do what he did the several years to escape Justice on I've seen every media reports that Lois for the victims in Sweden. Taking sets to try and stop the proceedings off. Again, I wondered if they you might be able to investigate us and let the house know because I'm sure there are many of call him and who are very anxious about this. Mr speaker. I do I joined the son very much the concerns I'll be on lady. And again, it would be inappropriate for me to talk about any accusations that have been made by whether it's from from Sweden or elsewhere against Mr Assange, she may want to reflect the honorable lady on the words that were actually used by her front branch and actually in the past in in December twenty ten seven December twenty ten their white lady that is now the shadow home secretary was Opie tweeting her support for Mr Assange in the unrelated on the opposition benches might one touch with effective leadership. She's receiving from our own front bench. Oilman Mr Speaker. Substance is rights to praise press. Freedom advocate for press freedom. But whatever the shadow home secretary says is not the case that responsible journalists do not play fast and loose with the national interest. I'm put our people in danger when it should not be. Mr Speaker model friends extinguish former journalist himself is absolutely right in in what he said press freedom in this country is sacrosanct, but what we find is that biolog- people that work in the press in this country are responsible. Clive effort that gave bit miss this fake story that some of these rich and powerful powerful. Anyway, can just. The right of being a rapist been the way that Julian.

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"mr assange" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And when it comes to Mr Assange, the tension, my friend who's sitting right to remind the house detention. This is a self inflicted attention. This was a decision by Mr Assange to lock himself up for seven years. The NCAA Lakers missed Mr Speaker on please. Gentler mentioned Sweden because the home secretary didn't mention Sweden, and the fact that was the proceedings in Sweden, which led his I understand it to the to the one thing issued if rigidly is it. In fact, the case Swedish proceedings will be continuing on if there is any competitive aspect between the Swedish prosecution on the United States persecution. How will the resolved? Mrs speak. I can tell the gentleman that the original extradition. Request was Swedish extradition requests. But then at a later date, the Swedish authorities chose to withdraw their requests. Whether there is an existing new Swedish request, I can either confirm or deny and should there be any individual move on one extradition requests that would be dealt in the usual way by the courts. Vogue state speaker understand the expedition the expedition to the US is in relation to the half a million leaked documents in the Chelsea Manning case, would you agree that is most serious and disturbing case potentially student Assange for his and WikiLeaks rue in the criminals two thousand sixteen attempts to interfere manipulate the year's presidential elections. When Wiki leaks was used by Russian military intelligence, the as the primary Vic to disseminate the stolen documents hacked, you from the Democratic Party some information more hero other seen as they useful Stewart over and over time in St.. Mississippi come show, my friend would understand being appropriate for me to. Refer to any accusations. That may or may not be made against Mr Assange. But I understand that my friend has talked about this on a number occasions, including as I understand it today in the world that one he's very articulate. And I'm sure that many people would have heard him. Can I think his statement? And clearly today's arrest is correct. But looking ahead will confirm that any extradition requests in the United States will be considered by the home office, and including in that consideration that will be a public interest test consideration and a press freedom consideration. And indeed that any court hearing extradition. Case of would it would also be able to consider a public interest test and the press freedom defense surgery. Mississippi they want gender for his support for today's action and in relation to what happens next to the extradition request. That will be in the first instance, it's a match for the colts. There will be once a full extradition. Request is received microprobe will receive that. And we will determine whether it is certifiable or not. But after that, it will go to the courts and the courts will have to make the initial decisions, according to British Home Secretary subject Jason..

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"mr assange" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That former army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning leaked back in twenty ten correct. That's right. And this is not a charge that that he actually helped Chelsea Manning derive this information. It's it's that there was an attempt to do. So what sentence does that charge carry that he attempted to help her break into sensitive government databases? So the maximum statutory penalty is five years in prison, but were narrowly ordinarily, I would expect that he would receive a sentence much below that of the the x factor here is that a judge has the obligation to consider all the history and characteristics of Mr Assange as well as other conduct. And the the reality is, of course, that there are a lot of other reasons why Mr. massage might receive a larger sentence in that could actually be up to the five years in prison. What are the other reasons? Well, for example, the the judge had. Consider harm that was caused by Mr. Sanjiv distribution of classified material, he might consider or she might consider the the harm that was caused to the twenty sixteen elections. So, you know, it's possible. For example, you know, prosecutors could present a wide variety of information about Mr. size that they would only have to prove by a preponderance of the evidence. In other words, by fifty one percents that would potentially sway a judge to increase the sentence. But would not itself the the fence itself, which is interesting because this charge of conspiracy does not have anything to do with the WikiLeaks dump of documents that had a negative effect on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. But you're saying it could it could affect sentencing. It fact that the judge would have to consider everything that he or she knew about Mr Assange, and I'm sure the government would bring all of that his attention. First activists have been concerned that the United States might charge Assange with espionage because of the damage that was done by the release of those documents on national security grounds back in two thousand ten. What does it tell you that that did not happen that the charge was not espionage tells me that the United States government was sensitive to that issue either? Because they wanted to avoid a court Jones in the United States or because they were concerned about the precedent that would say or because the UK would not extradite that purely for infants at type President Trump has had mixed messages about WikiLeaks. I think we can say this is what the president said yesterday in the Oval Office when he was asked about the arrest of Julian Assange, I know nothing about WikiLeaks..

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"mr assange" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Directly pointing out the fact that he's a man that they say undermined our allow try to undermine our election and tried to cast by releasing the Hillary Clinton emails, and they wanna see charges for that. A lot of freedom of press groups Edward Snowden, particular and others have really blasted both the London police the US government in the Ecuadorian government, basically saying this is journalism. He doing his job as a journalist and what you're doing. Here is making journalism illegal as a matter of fact, his attorney echoed that same sentiment outside the London court case for that. Mom. I don't see it. I mean, he lied classified information he can spire to leak classified information. I I don't see how you can make the case that this. This is journalism. A publishing I guess. Not turn them. Right. Chelsea Manning gave him I mean, they had computers. They found competent confidential passwords there's a lot of e allegedly a lot of illegal activity here that they should be. I mean, if you look at the case of James walk the Senate hearing, the Senate staffer who was arrested for leaking information to the press when he did was a far less than what join us odds, and Chelsea Manning did and you know, he faced pretty severe criminal charges next. Jeff, Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times the judge by the way in yesterday's hearing in the UK called Mr Assange, quote, a narcissist who could not get beyond his own selfish interest..

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"mr assange" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"An inviting the London police do calm in arrest him. But they've also are directly pointing at the fact that he's a man that they say undermined our allow try to undermine our election and tried to cause cast by releasing the Hillary Clinton emails, and they wanna see charges for that. A lot of freedom of press groups Edward Snowden in particular, and others have really blasted both the London police the US government in the Ecuadorian government, basically saying this journalism is doing his job as a journalist and what you're doing. Here is making journalism illegal. It's a matter of fact, his attorney I echoed that same sentiment outside the London court case for that. Mom. I don't see it. I mean, he lied classified information he can spire to leak classified information. I don't see how you can make the case that this. This is journalism. A publishing I guess Ribot. Not journalism. Right. Chelsea Manning gave him I mean, they hacked computers. They found competent confidential passwords there's a lot of allegedly a lot of illegal activity here that they should be. I mean, if you look at the case of James walk the Senate hearing, the Senate staffer who was arrested for leaking information to the press what he did was a far west than what join us odds, and Chelsea Manning did and you know, he faced pretty severe criminal charges. Nice Jeff Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times the judge by the way in yesterday's hearing in the UK called Mr Assange, quote, a narcissist who could not get beyond his own selfish interest..

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"mr assange" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on KTOK

"By releasing the Hillary Clinton emails, and they wanna see charges for that. A lot of freedom of press groups Edward Snowden in particular, and others have really blasted both the London police the US government in the Ecuadorian government. Basically saying journalism is doing his job as a journalist. And what you're doing? Here is making journalism illegal as a matter of fact, his attorney I echoed that same sentiment outside. The London court is their case for that. I don't see it. Defied information. He can spire to leak classified information. I I don't see how you can make the case that this. This is journalism. A publishing I guess not turn them. Chelsea Manning gave him I mean, they act computers. They found competent confidential passwords there's a lot of e allegedly a lot of illegal activity here that they should be. I mean, if you look at the case of James walk the Senate hearing, the Senate staffer was arrested for leaking information to the press what he did was a far west than what join odds, and Chelsea Manning did and you know, he faced pretty severe criminal charges. Thanks, jeff. Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times the judge by the way in yesterday's hearing in the UK called Mr Assange, quote, a narcissist who could not get beyond his own selfish interest..

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"mr assange" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A man that they say undermined are allow tried to undermine our election and tried to cause cast by releasing the Hillary Clinton emails, and they wanna see charges for that. A lot of freedom of press groups Edward Snowden, particular and others have really blasted both the London police the US government in the Ecuadorian government, basically saying this is journalism. He's doing his job as a journalist. And what you're doing? Here is making journalism illegal as a matter of fact, attorney echoed that same sentiment outside the wind in court case for that. Mom. I don't see it. I mean, he lied qualified information. He can spire to leak classified information. I I don't see how you can make the case that this. This is journalism a publishing, I guess Ribot. Not turn them. Right. He's basically Chelsea Manning gave him. I mean, they had computers. They found competent confidential passwords there's a lot of e allegedly a lot of illegal activity here that they should be. I mean, if you look at the case of James walk the Senate hearing, the Senate staffer who was arrested for leaking information to the press when he did was a far west than what join us odds, and Chelsea Manning did and you know, he faced pretty severe criminal charges. Thanks, jeff. Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times the judge by the way in yesterday's hearing in the UK called Mr Assange, quote, a narcissist who could not get beyond his own selfish interest..

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"mr assange" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Man that they say undermined our allow try to undermine our election and tried to cause Cassie let's by releasing the Hillary Clinton emails, and they wanna see charges for that. A lot of freedom of press groups Edward Snowden in particular, and others have really blasted both the London police, the US government, and the Ecuadorian government basically saying this is journalism. He's doing his job as a journalist. And what you're doing? Here is making journalism illegal matter of fact, his attorney echoed that same sentiment outside the London court Zor case for that. I don't see it. I mean, he leaked classified information. He can spire to leak classified information. I don't see how you can make the case. This. This is journalism. More publishing. I guess Ribot. Not turn them. Why? I mean, he right. He's basically Chelsea Manning gave him I mean, they act computers. They found competent confidential passwords there's a lot of e allegedly a lot of illegal activity here that they should be. I mean, if you look at the case of James walk the Senate hearing, the Senate staffer and was arrested for leaking information to the press would eat. It was a far less than what join us odds, and Chelsea Manning did and you know, he faced pretty severe criminal charges. Nice Jeff Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times the judge by the way in yesterday's hearing in the UK called Mr Assange, quote, a narcissist who could not get beyond his own selfish interest..

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"mr assange" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on 600 WREC

"President names any can be extradited the prosecution the United States for having published. Truthful information about the United States during the twenty sixteen. Presidential campaign from his London confinements on that rape charge. He published. Tens of thousands of documents. The US says were stolen from Democrats by Russian government. Hackers. Mr Assange could be extradited to the United States, which has two months to make the case for that. He appeared in court yesterday before a British judge at the Westminster magistrate's court more from Jeff more doc Justice department reporter at the Washington Times. Jeff, what do we have? Hold up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since twenty twelve since he wanted it was wanted questioning ineffectual salt charge day finally after threatening for so many years. They get government finally decided to basically Vic Assad in ordered the the one police to come in him rested on in London it in with a jumping bail. But he's likely he's going to come back to the United States. He's got he's going to face extradition to the United States where he's going to face a charge of conspiracy where he conspired with Chelsea Manning to leak government secrets about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, art. So he faces extradition in the US for these charges of publishing classified documents. The UK will turn him over or we're not positive about that. We have an extradition treaty with the United Kingdom. But it also requires an extradition hearing, which judge has to approve the transfer of join us on to the United States, his lawyers after court appearance vigorously vigorously.

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"mr assange" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Lives at risk. I'm glad that the wills suggests this are finally turning when it comes to Mr Assange. I've never been a fan. I think what he did was despicable and dangerous news. You had Jay Johnson in there. You had Luke Gingrich Lindsey Graham in there. I mean, this is across the board. Newt Gingrich that he's despicable. I is this is one of those things that is going to be very interesting to watch very interesting to see how this all plays out. When you if you had a chance to look at daytime television today emotions ran high when it came to WikiLeaks. And when it came to the the the arrest. Also, I gotta say it President Trump to this somehow water over the whole WikiLeaks. The the Julian Assange and C N N is making sure that you know, that Donald Trump President Donald Trump is a lie when it comes to what he claims to be his knowledge or lack thereof of the WikiLeaks will get the the the mainstream media reaction of from America at four twenty thirteen minutes after the hour. You're listening to east. It's time for east.

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"mr assange" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Tom. Been arrested in Ecuador and assembly sorry embassy in the UK drive by media at static. And for those of you that are not clear on why the drive by media is again, manufacturing wholesale live and the lie is that WikiLeaks was the recipient of data from the commute computers and networks Democrat National Committee that were hacked by Russians. This is a myth. This is a story the Russians hacked the DNC computers, and then gave whatever they got to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks who then began to publish it in September and October of two thousand sixteen stuff that WikiLeaks published where the emails of John Podesta, and they were interesting, and in some cases, embarrassing and they were. Certainly unhelpful to the Hillary campaign. The truth is that whether or not the Russians hacked the DNC computers, the pedestrian emails were not part of it. The pedestrian emails ended up in public because Podesta fell for a phishing scam on his own computer. We all get them. He made the mistake of clicking on a link that exposed his computer and his hard drive to whoever it was that had sent him the fishing attack. And they then had access to his hard drive, and they found the. Application in which he ran his emails, and they were able to harvest them. And that's what was sent to WikiLeaks. Joni offs Hong has denied vociferiously profusely omnivorous, leeann voluminous -ly that the Russians didn't give him any. The Russians were not the people that gave him anything that he had there's an alternate theory about who hacked the DNC servers or networks or computers, and that alternate theory is that it was an inside job. There's actually three theories the Russian theory theory, number two is an inside job that somebody with in the DNC who was very unhappy that the whole thing was rigged against crazy. Bernie see this is this is what this upcoming investigation is going to show. It was the DNC that rigged election and that election was their primary, and they rigged it in favor of Hillary Clinton. She was his lousy a campaigner during the democrat primaries as she was during the general election crazy Bernie was drawing all the crowds, and he was winning a significant number of delegates, but they had they had the game rigged for Hillary. She was his show. Sure to get via the allocation of what are called super delegates the nomination. Crazy Bernie ended up knowing it because but because you don't P inside the tent he swallowed it and went away to come back and fight another day, which is today for his chance at twenty twenty. So the second theory is that an insider in the DNC who was very much pro Bernie and very livid at how this whole thing had been rigged. Didn't hang anything just went in and downloaded a bunch of data on a thumb drive and fed that Julian Assange or whoever. Now, there is a lot of technological support for that theory. And let me explain it to you in terms that everybody who uses a computer can understand all of you who use a computer know that it takes a long time to download things unless you have a real high speed network. If you have gigabit Ethernet, and you have the ability to download at five hundred megabits a second or even up close to you can download things pretty quickly. But most people don't have this. Most people have one hundred hundred and fifty whatever their cable modem companies supplies. You also know that if you attach a fund drive to your computer and transfer data from your hard drive to a thumb drive. It happens pretty quickly that transfer rate is really fast, and it doesn't happen on the internet. Well, it turns out folks that Renzo analysis of the data that that was at one time on the Democrat National Committee servers. That data transfer speeds were logged. And there's no way that the data could have been transferred over the internet. At the speeds that it was shown on the logs somebody. This is why this theory is very active. The prevailing opinion that nobody wants to talk about. And nobody's going to make a big deal because nobody wants to focus on an inside job happening. But it looks it looks like somebody put a thumb drive. Into one of the computers attached to the network and started downloading data because the data transfer was lickety-split much faster than it could have happened even over gigabit Ethernet. For somebody to get the volume of data via an internet. Heck would have taken a long time. Even if they had. Gigabit Ethernet spades. Speeds vary depending on internet traffic, and how much traffic is on the source where you're trying to download data from and how many users right? It's all. It's all relative. It's never the same downloads at a row. Download speed. You really crazy. But the. The speed with which this data was transferred was lickety-split. So my my best guess is that this was actually inside job that nobody wants to talk about. There was a name at one time attached. The inside job is name is Seth rich. He is the guy who ended up being murdered shortly after all this happened. And some people tried to make the case that his murder was payback for having engaged in the Senate. It was quickly dispensed with as another conspiracy theory fomented by bunch of radical crepes don't know what they're talking to the popular. Working explanation is that the Russians hacked the DNC server and gave it to us on the third is that a foreign actor looking like the Russians you can. You can disguise yourself as a hacker, and you can make it look like you're a Russian hacker CHAI com. Hacker North Korean hacker. This would be one of the goose affir- is made to look like a Russian hacker. But the pedestrian emails, which is what Assange hat and publicized did not come from any hack of any DNC, computer or server or network. The pedestrian emails ended up. On WikiLeaks because John Podesta himself fell for a phishing attack. This has been documented it is not arguable Podesta will not admit it. The media will not talk about it. Because it's just too juicy to say that Assange got this stuff from the Russians. So when they used to love us on is what I want to focus on because now they hate us on because I signed supposedly participated in the sabotage of the DNC server, but he didn't he didn't whoever ran the phishing scam on Podesta is who it was that gave WikiLeaks Podesta's emails. But let's go back December fourteen thousand ten just as an example, we can found a bunch of these. Countdown with Keith Olbermann what better example to show, hyper liberalism, Michael Moore was the guest film maker, Michael Moore and Keith Olbermann and said you offered the use of your website before Assange or your servers or anything else you can do to keep WikiLeaks alive. You wanna keep WikiLeaks alliances? December two thousand ten what's the premise of keeping WikiLeaks alive? A really a debt to Mr Assange Santa WikiLeaks for turning on a big spotlight on those people who brought about first of all this war that we've been in for the better part of this decade. He's people concocted lies, and they committed crimes in order to send our young men and women off to war. What if we had a WikiLeaks in August of nineteen sixty four when we were told that the? North Vietnamese fired on a US ship, which in fact, was ally was concocted lie at the Pentagon. And we didn't find out about that until Daniel Ellsberg released. The Pentagon papers some six seven years later. What if there had been a WikiLeaks nine years ago babe nine years that Lovin themselves some WikiLeaks? Wikileaks was going to save the lift from the military industrial complex of the Republican party in George W Bush, Michael Moore continued with his praise and admirations for WikiLeaks. Imagine the Dick Cheney memo's back and forth as he was pressuring the CIA at the beginning. Just before this last Iraq war started. What if those memos had been released in two thousand two or two thousand three? So the American people could see he was trying to get the eight agenda evidence in sort of fudged the facts, so they could make their case for war. I just think. A an instrument like WikiLeaks is vital for a free and open society to exist. Except now WikiLeaks ran the pedestrian emails. That's a last thing. Well, not the last thing WikiLeaks did. But one of the problems isn't WikiLeaks has actually been committing journalism compared to our drive-by media. Wikileaks has been committing journalism the random act of journalism now, then and publishing the pedestrian emails. No, no new. We can't have WikiLeaks used to expose democrat on. No, no, no way. We can't. We can't do that. So I'm gonna take a break. And when we come back, I want to review some of these questions that I put together if I were eight journalist. I some questions for Obama and some questions for Hillary that real journalists would ask I will see what you think. Back after the Rush Limbaugh radio program will continue. Rush Limbaugh annoying. The left coast to coast on the MIT work..

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"mr assange" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on KTRH

"Has been arrested in Ecuador. Sorry embassy in the UK drive by media at static. And for those of you that are not clear on why the drive by media is again, manufacturing wholesale live. And the line is that WikiLeaks was the recipient of David from the commute. Computers networks Democrat National Committee that we're hacked by Russians. This is a myth. This is a story the Russians hacked the DNC computers, and then gave whatever they got to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks who then began to publish it in September. And October of two thousand sixteen stuff that WikiLeaks published where the emails of John Podesta, and they were interesting, and in some cases, embarrassing, and they were certainly unhelpful to the Hillary campaign. The truth is that whether or not the Russians hacked the DNC computers, the pedestrian emails were not part of the pedestrian emails ended up in public because pedestrian fell for a phishing scam on his own, computer. We all get them. He made the mistake of clicking on a link that exposed his computer and his hard drive to whoever it. It was him the fishing attack. And they've been had access to his hard drive and they've found the. Application in which he ran his emails, and they were able to harvest them. And that's what was sent to WikiLeaks. Jolyon Assam has denied vociferiously profusely on never Asli in voluminous -ly that the Russians didn't give him any. The Russians were not the people that gave him anything that. He had there's an alternate theory about who hacked, the D N C servers or networks or computers, and that alternate theory is that it was an inside three theories the Russian theory theory, number two, it's an inside job that somebody with in the DNC who was very unhappy that the whole thing was rigged against crazy. Bernie see this is this is what this upcoming investigation is going to show. It was the DNC that rigged election and that election was their primary, and they rigged it in favor of Hillary Clinton. She was as lousy campaigner during the democrat primaries as she was during the general election crazy Bernie was drawing all the crowds, and he was winning a significant number of delegates. But they had they had the game ringed for Hillary. She was a show. Soared to get via the allocation of what are called super delegates the nomination. Crazy Bernie ended up knowing it because but because you don't P inside the tent he swallowed it and went away to come back and fight another day which today for his chance at twenty twenty. So the second theory is that an insider in the DNC who was very much pro Bernie and very livid. And how this whole thing had been rigged. Didn't hack anything just women and downloaded a bunch of data on a thumb drive and fed that the Jolyon us on or whoever. Now, there is a lot of technological support for that theory. And let me explain it to you in terms that everybody who uses a computer can understand all of you who use a computer know that it takes a long time to download things unless you have a real high speed network. If you have gigabit Ethernet, and you have the ability to download at five hundred megabits a second or even close to then you can download things pretty quickly. But most people don't have this. Most people have a hundred hundred and fifty whatever their cable modem company supplies. You also know that if you attach a fund drive to your computer and transfer data from your hard drive to a thumb drive. It happens pretty quickly that transfer rate is really fast, and it doesn't happen on the internet. Well, it turns out folks that for Wednesday analysis of the data that that was at one time on the Democrat National Committee servers. That data transfer speeds were logged. And there's no way that the data could have been transferred over the internet. At the speeds that it was shown on the logs somebody. This is why this theory is very active. The prevailing opinion that nobody wants to talk about. And nobody's gonna make a big deal because nobody wants to focus on an inside job happening. But it looks it looks like somebody put a thumb drive. Into one of the computers attached to the network and started downloading data because the data transfer was lickety-split much faster than it could have happened even over gigabit Ethernet. For somebody to get the volume of data via an internet. Heck would have taken a long time. Even if they had. Gigabit Ethernet spades. The speeds vary depending on internet traffic, and how much traffic is on the source where you're trying to download data from and how many users it's all. It's all relative. It's never the same downloads at a row. Download speed really crazy. But the. The speed with which this data was transferred was lickety-split. So my my best guess is that this was actually inside job that nobody wants to talk about. There was a name at one time attached. The inside job is name is Seth rich. He is the guy who ended up being murdered shortly after all this happened and some people tried to make the case that his murder was payback for having engaged. It was quickly dispensed with another conspiracy theory fomented by bunch of radical creeps. What they're talking to the popular. Working explanation is that the Russians hacked the DNC server and gave it to us on the third is that a foreign actor looking like the Russians you can you can disguise yourself as a hacker, and you can make it look like you're a Russian hacker CHAI com. Hacker North Korean hacker. This would be one of the goose affir- is made to look like a Russian hacker. But the pedestrian emails, which is what Assange hat and publicized did not come from any hack of any DNC, computer or server or network. The pedestrian emails ended up. On Winky leagues because John Podesta himself fell for a phishing at that. This has been documented it is not arguable destiny will not admit it. The media will not talk about it. Because it's just too juicy. The say that Assange got this stuff from the Russians. So when they used to love us on is what I want to focus on because now they hate Assange because son supposedly participated in the sabotage of the DNC server, but he didn't. He didn't who ever ran the phishing scam on pedestrian is who it was that gave Wicky leaks pedestrian emails. But let's go back December fourteenth two thousand ten just as an example. We have found a bunch of these. Countdown with Keith Olbermann what better example to show, hyper liberalism, Michael Moore was the guest film maker, Michael Moore. And Keith Olbermann said you offered the use of your website before Assange or your servers or anything else you can do to keep WikiLeaks alive. You wanna keep Wicky leaks life as December two thousand ten what's the premise of keeping WikiLeaks alive? Really, oh, a debt to Mr Assange Wiki leaks for turning on a big spotlight on those people who brought about first of all this war that we've been in for the better part of this decade. These people concocted lies, and they committed crimes in order to send our young men and women off to war. What if we'd had a WikiLeaks in August of nineteen sixty four when we were told that the? The North Vietnamese fired on a US ship, which in fact, was ally was concocted lie at the Pentagon. And we didn't find out about that until Daniel Ellsberg release. The Pentagon papers some six seven years later. What if there had been a Wiki leaks nine years ago babe nine years that loving themselves some WikiLeaks? Wikileaks was going to save the lift from the military industrial complex of the Republican party in George W Bush, Michael Moore continued with his praise and admirations for WikiLeaks. Imagine the Dick Cheney memo's back and forth as he was pressuring the CIA at the beginning. Just before this last war started. What if those memos had been released in two thousand or two thousand three so the American people could see he was trying to get the CIA to gin up the evidence in sort of fudge the facts, so they could make their case for war. I just think. A an instrument like WikiLeaks is vital for a free and open society to exist. Except now WikiLeaks ran the pedestrian emails. That's a last thing. Well, not the last thing WikiLeaks did. But one of the problems isn't WikiLeaks. Has actually been committed journalism compared to drive by media. Wikileaks has been committing journalism the random act of journalism now, and then and publishing the pedestrian emails. No, no, no, no. We can't have Wiki leaks used to expose democrat on. No, no, no way. We can't. We can't do that. So I'm gonna take a break. And when we come back, I wanna reduce some of these questions that I put together, I were a journalist. I some questions for Obama and some questions for Hillary that real journalists would ask what you think that after Limbaugh radio program will continue. Rush Limbaugh, annoying the left coast to coast on the MIT work, local, national, breaking News Radio seven forty KTAR..

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WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Taken out of the Ecuadorian embassy by police here. He looked these shoveled after his long stay in the building the initial sexual abuse allegations of long been dropped by Sweden. And now he's being held for skipping bail in the UK, not a major crime in Britain. But as worry has always been that he ended up being extradited to the US and tried for releasing information that was embarrassing to the US sky. ABC news luggage, senior correspondent, Ian woods of Sky News has more within the last few days, WikiLeaks, first of all said that that Assad. Was about to be kicked out by the Ecuadorian government yesterday. They held a news conference, which I attended in which they were claiming that the Ecuadorian government's has been secretly spying on the signs by recording just images around the embassy, and you could argue that well, they've got the right to be able to record inside the embassy embassy after all the Ecuadorian president, meanwhile, said the country had reached its limit on the behavior of Mr Assange in his words after he intervened in the internal affairs of other states. Besides sit up WikiLeaks in two thousand six with the aim of obtaining and publishing confidential documents and images they hit the headlines for years later when they released footage of US soldiers killing civilians from a helicopter in Iraq. Former US intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning was arrested in twenty ten disclosing more than seven hundred thousand confidential documents videos, diplomatic cables to the ink secrecy website. She said she did. So only the spark debate about foreign policy. US officials. Said those leaks put lives at risk spending the London embassy since two thousand twelve seeking.

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11:09 min | 3 years ago

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"On. If you're on the phone. We'll be to you in jiffy. I have a couple of soundbites that I want to. Yeah. I put a link to the sentencing report from the SDN y up at Rush Limbaugh dot com. We'll do that in the next break. Watson cocoa. So that you can you can reference the SDN wise sentencing vacuum yourself in it. You will clearly see that coating Cohen lying through his teeth today about not wanting to be part of the Trump presidential administration. Anyway, here's Thomas Massie Thomas Massie. Former Trump attorney not a white white Thomas Massey is a Republican from Kentucky. And he is questioning Cohen about Hillary Clinton's emails, you said in this is also in your testimony in the days before the democratic convention, you became privy to a conversation that some of Hillary Clinton's emails would be leaked. Is that correct? Correct. Okay. Was that you said late July. Do you know these day, I believe it was either the eighteenth nineteenth? And I would be on the nineteenth. But it was definitely July. I believe so yes, you know, that was public knowledge in June. This was Mr Assange, and I'd like to submit this unanimous consent. Smith is for the record without objection. Mr. science reported to the media on June twelfth those emails would be leaked. So I'm not saying you have fake news saying, you have old news, and there's really not much to that. It's not a crime. Anyway, this is the hope it's not a crime that Trump would be interested in a document dump involving Hillary Clinton is running against her. And Cohen said well, Roger stone called Assange, and then Roger stone called Trump and told Trump that Assange told him that this big Email drop with Hillary was coming, and it was in July. And we all knew that in June. Folk, this guy is worse than a rat in. He's worse than a snitch. He has this twenty page opening statement in which he seemingly admits every lie and every transgression and is now doing everything up and up for his family for his beloved wife and beloved children and for the goodness and graciousness of America's three every he's lying through his teeth even on these hearings while under oath. And he's trying to act like stuff that was public knowledge in June was still unknown to anybody in July, and the Donald Trump is somehow guilty of something because he was interested in what WikiLeaks was going to dump. We were all interested in what WikiLeaks was gonna dump. And when Wiki leaks did dump, and we found out it was the pedestrian emails a lot of us were cheering because this is the kind of stuff that does not happen to Democrats, very often. They never get hoisted up on their own petard like this. And then it was doubly juicy because they wouldn't let the FBI examined their server after it had been hacked. And you know, why there's a lot to remember here. The reason why Debbie blabbermouth Schultz who was also questioning college. She was a chairman and DNC at the time the reason she didn't let the FBI forensically examined their hat server is because that server contained all the evidence. They rigged the primaries for Hillary the the delegate count against crazy Bernie, and that's what she didn't want. Anybody to learn that all of this collusion and all of this collusion with Russia, rigging elections at all happened on the democrat side. And this is just the latest phase of the Muller investigation and everything else about this. That's designed to cover up what Hillary Clinton really did. And now Hillary Clinton's right hand, man. Lanny Davis has Cohen as his client. And this is the ongoing effort of Mrs Clinton. To get revenge against Trump for having the audacity. To run against her in defeat her up next. Mark meadows, North Carolina. Is asking Cohen about his contracts with foreign entities and his this is the response. I'm concerned about your lies today. Under your testimony, just a few minutes ago to me, you indicated that you had contracts with foreign entities. And and yet we have a truth and testimony disclosure, which requires you to list, those foreign contracts for the last two years, and you put NA on there. And it's a criminal offense to not have that accurately so win win. Where do you live at either on the testimony to me earlier today, or when you filled out the form time has expired? Mr. coin you may answer his question. And then whatever you wanted to say on this is whose questions fortunately, I I don't have an answer for his questions on corneal have an answer. What what was I lying? I don't know. I don't have an answer for that. By the way, this is one of the things Paul manafort's in jail for. Failing to legally register as a foreign agent or as a foreign Representative in manafort's case. It's of Ukraine, and Mark meadows has since tweeted out that he has made a criminal referral. To judicial authorities legal law enforcement authorities about this I'm to your testimony a few minutes ago, you indicated you had contracts with foreign entities and yet. We have a truth in testimony disclosure form, which requires you to list, those foreign contracts for the last two years, you put N A on there. It's a criminal offense. Do not feel that form out accurately. So when you were lying earlier in the testimony earlier where you filled out the former you lying. The fortunately, I don't have an answer. He was saved by the bell there with logic coming question. Is is over the gentleman's time has expired here is Jay in providence. Rhode Island's we head back to the phones. Glad you waited your turn your rush. I got another real low-life lie that you may not have caught. I think it was Monday. You had some calls. I'm the Charlottesville hoax and considerable discussion on the phony claim that Trump was going to the antisemitic teach torch, Nazis, having good people rather than the those supporting the confederate statutes, and how could anybody claim that when Trump's own grandchildren and son in law and his daughters, converted to Judaism, they're all Jewish and he's been the most pro Israeli President history. How could anybody believe that? Well, unbelievably I don't know if you're caught it cone in this morning's congressional testimony, actually repeated and cited Charlottesville as the reason he felt he had to come forward and exposed Trump. Well, that's the biggest dead giveaway. That this is nothing more than a democrat hit job because it shows his colluding with the Democrats is their pop and think about it calmed himself Jewish closely knowing and working with Trump and his family for ten years in New York City, actually saying he believes in this Charlottesville hoax that that he believes Trump is an anti semitic bigot and racist. I mean, get real that one remark exposes cone is the is the fraud that he is and remains that this is a great observation. You're absolutely right. That it also shows collusion because we know that Charlottesville is one of these democrat bugaboos, it's it's one of their fall back positions. When all else is failing. Let's go back to Charlottesville. Let's go back to Trump is a racist. And I I will I don't know calling from from my left show. But my my guess is it Cohen hasn't thought about Charlottesville on his own ever. But Lanny Davis. Would be obsessed with Charlottesville, and Lanny Davis assistance would be obsessed with Charlottesville, and Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings would be obsessed with Charlottesville, and all of these other Democrats would be so I think you're right on the money with this. The fact that Cohen is not talking about. Well, I had to come forward. I would I saw my president going to antisemitism in Charlotte. That's not his observation. I'll guarantee you. It's not he didn't care about stuff. Like that. I for Cohen. Who is this guy was a thug fixer? You know, what the biggest embarrassment of this is today's far as I'm concerned. How did Trump ever higher this guy? This is another one of these things it makes me question some of the staffing decision. The biggest thing to me to date. How does this guy? Well, now, well who would ever think their lawyer would sell him out? I, but that's not what I'm talking about this guy. I saw some people on FOX earlier today. Who was who was it was always Chris Wallace was describing this guy as the meanest bullying thugs that he has ever encountered in a presidential assistant. He talked about he wanted to get an interview with Trump all during the campaign for months, and months and months, and that this guy is who he had to go through. And this guy was a reprobate that this guy was thug. And then and then judge Napolitano came in there and an echoed the the settlement. But no, don't misunderstand. To me, the it's what what Cohen is saying and the allegations. He's he's continuing the lie. This idea the caller is exactly right here. Jay in providence. Rhode Island is exactly right for Cohen to bring up Charlottesville is to me proof positive, and he's being coached, and it his testimony was written by Lanny Davis. And he's just had to remember the lies. That are in that statement. So that he can be consistent with them today. But. How this guy ends up. I probably was a good fixer and so forth. And I understand your point whoever thinks their lawyers gonna sell them out, and and turn tail and and violate attorney client privilege. I'm not I'm not I'm not talking about the Trump should have had the foresight to see that. He would do that. I'm just it's a way way of categorizing what this guy's done saying about Trump, and the allegations is not really all that damaging. To me. But the fact that he was even nearby is puzzlement. But he was it can't be denied gotta take a break. We stay on the phones when we get back.

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11:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"If you're on the phone, we'll be to you in jiffy I have a couple of soundbites that I want to. Yeah. Well, I tell you put a link to the sentencing report from the SDN y up at Rush Limbaugh dot com. We'll do that in the next break. Watson cocoa. So that you can you can reference the sentencing document yourself in it, you will clearly see that coating Cohen lighter his teeth today about not wanting to be part of the Trump presidential administration. Anyway, here's Thomas Massie Thomas Massie. Former Trump attorney not a wait. Wait thomas. Massey is a Republican from Kentucky. And he is questioning Cohen about Hillary Clinton's emails, you said in this is also in your testimony in the days before the democratic convention, you became privy to a conversation that some of Hillary Clinton's emails would be leaked. Is that correct? Correct. Okay. Was that you said late July. Do you know the exact day? I believe it was either the eighteenth of the nineteenth. And I would just I would be on the nineteenth. But it was definitely July. I believe so yes, you know, that was public knowledge in June. This was Mr Assange, and I'd like to this unanimous consent Smith for the record without objection. So Mr. signs reported to the media on June twelfth that those emails would be leaked. So I'm not saying you have fake news saying, you have old news, and there's really not much to that. It's not a crime. Anyway, this is the hope it's not a crime that Trump would be interested in a document dump involving Hillary Clinton is running against her. And Cohen said well, Roger stone called Assange, and then Roger stone called Trump and told Trump that Assange told him that this big Email drop with Hillary was coming, and it was in July. And we all knew that in June. Folk, this guy is worse than a rat in. He's worse than a snitch. He has this twenty page opening statement in which he seemingly admits every lie and every transgression and is now doing everything up and up for his family for his beloved wife and beloved children and for the goodness and graciousness of America's three every he's lying through his teeth even on these hearings while under oath. And he's trying to act like stuff that was public knowledge in June was still unknown to anybody in July, and Donald Trump is somehow guilty of something because he was interested in what WikiLeaks was gonna dump. We were all interested in what WikiLeaks was gonna dump. And when Wiki leaks did dump, and we found out it was the pedestrian emails a lot of us were cheering because this is the kind of stuff that does not happen to Democrats, very often. They never get hoisted up on their own petard like this. And then it was doubly juicy because they wouldn't let the FBI examine their server after it had been hacked. And you know, why there's a lot to remember here. The reason why Debbie blabbermouth Schultz who was also questioning college. She was a chairman and DNC at the time the reason she didn't let the FBI forensically examined their hat server is because that server contained all the evidence vow. They rigged the primaries for Hillary the the delegate count against crazy Bernie, and that's what she didn't want. Anybody to learn that all of this collusion and all of this collusion with Russia, rigging elections at all happened on the democrat side. And this is just the latest phase of the Muller investigation and everything else about this. That's designed to cover up what Hillary Clinton really did. And now Hillary Clinton's right hand, man. Lanny Davis has Cohen as his client. And this is the ongoing effort of Mrs Clinton. To get revenge against Trump for having the audacity. To run against her in defeat her up next. Mark meadows, North Carolina. Is asking Cohen about his contracts with foreign entities and his this is the response. I'm concerned about your life today. Under your testimony, just a few minutes ago to me, you indicated that you had contracts with foreign entities. And and yet we have a truth and testimony disclosure form, which requires you to list, those foreign contracts for the last two years, and you put NA on there. And it's a criminal offense to not have that accurately. So when would you lie at either on the testimony to me earlier today, or when you filled out the form? Time has expired. Mr. coin you may answer his question. And then whatever you wanted to say on whose questions. Fortunately, I don't have an answer for his questions on don't have an answer. What was I lying? I don't know. I don't have an answer for that. By the way, this is one of the things Paul manafort's in jail for. Failing to legally register as a foreign agent or as a foreign Representative in manafort's case. It's of Ukraine, and Mark meadows has since tweeted out that he has made a criminal referral. To judicial authorities legal law enforcement authorities about this. I'm to your testimony a few minutes ago, you indicated you had contracts with foreign entities and yet. We have a truth in testimony disclosure form, which requires you to list, those foreign contracts for the last two years, you put N A on there. It's a criminal offense. Do not feel that form out accurately. So when you were lying earlier in the testimony earlier where you filled out the former you lying. The fortunately, I don't have an answer. He was saved by the bell there with logic coming question. Is is over the gentleman's time has expired here is Jay in providence. Rhode Island's we head back to the phones. Glad you waited your turn your rush. I got another real low-life lie that you may not have caught. I think it was Monday. You had some calls. I'm the Charlottesville hoax and considerable discussion on the phony Quyen, but Trump was referring to the antisemitic teach torch, Nazis, having good people rather than the those supporting the confederate statutes, and how could anybody claim that when Trump's own grandchildren and son in law and his daughters, converted to Judaism, they're all Jewish and he's been the most pro Israeli President history. How could anybody believe that? Well, unbelievably I don't know if you're caught it cone in this morning's congressional testimony, actually repeated and cited Charlottesville as the reason he felt he had to come forward and expose Trump. Well, that's the biggest dead giveaway. That this is nothing more than a democrat hit job because cone it shows his colluded with the Democrats is their pop and think about it Cohn himself Jewish closely knowing and working with Trump and his family for ten years in New York City actually saying he believes in this Charlottesville hoax that he believes Trump is an anti-semitic bigot and racist. I mean, get real one remark exposes cone is the is the fraud that he is and remains that this is a great observation. You're absolutely right. That it also shows collusion because we know that Charlottesville is one of these democrat bugaboos, it's one of their fall back positions. When all else is failing. Let's go back to Charlottesville. Let's go back to Trump is a racist. And I I will I don't know calling from for my left show. But my my guess is it Cohen hasn't thought about Charlottesville on his own ever. But Lanny Davis. Would be obsessed with Charlottesville and Lanny Davis systems would be obsessed with Charlottesville, and Adam Schiff and Elijah Cummings would be obsessed with Charlottesville, and all of these other Democrats would be so I think you're right on the money with this. The fact that Cohen is not talking about. Well, I had to come forward. I would is saw my president going to any semitism in Charlotte. That's not his observation. I'll guarantee you. It's not he didn't care about stuff. Like that. I for Cohen. Who is this guy was a thug fixer? You know, what the biggest embarrassment of this is today's far as I'm concerned. How did Trump ever higher this guy? This is another one of these things it makes me question some of the staffing decision. The biggest thing to me to date. How does this guy? Well, now, well who would ever think their lawyer would sell him out? I, but that's not what I'm talking about this guy. I saw some people on FOX earlier today. Who was who was it was always Chris Wallace was describing this guy as the meanest bullying thugs that he has ever encountered in a presidential assistant. He talked about he wanted to get an interview with Trump all during the campaign for months, and months and months, and that this guy is who he had to go through. And this guy was a reprobate that this guy was absent thug. And then and then judge Napolitano came in there and an echoed the sentiment. But no, don't misunderstand. To me, the it's what what Cohen is saying and the allegations he's making he's continuing the live this idea. The caller is exactly right here. Jay in Providence, Rhode Island is exactly right for Cohen to bring up Charlottesville is to me proof positive if he's being coached, and it his testimony was written by Lanny Davis. And he's just had to remember the lies that are in that statement. So that he can be consistent with them today. But. How this guy ends up. I mean, probably was a good fixer and so forth. And I understand your point whoever thinks their lawyers gonna sell them out, and and turn tail and and violate attorney client privilege. I'm not I'm not I'm not talking about the Trump should have had the foresight to see that. He would do that. I'm just a way way my categorizing what this guy's saying about Trump, and the allegations is not really all that damaging. To me. But the fact that he was even nearby is a puzzle. But he was it can't be denied gotta take a break. We stay on the phones when we get back.

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"mr assange" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I didn't work for the campaign. I was working, and I was trying to protect China campaign. I sat with Mr. Trump, and this goes back all the way to twenty eleven. This wasn't the first scenario with mistaken. Let's go back there. So would my point my point is this is this was an ongoing situation if they didn't just start. Let's let me finish well enough. It didn't start in started there many years earlier when you disbarred yesterday from what I read in the paper yesterday when should you have been disbarred based on the legal counsel. You were giving your client. I don't have an answer for your how long were you counsel for Mr. Trump since two thousand and seven win is the first time you gave him badly advisor failed to inform him of his legal obligations as you as you testified today you did in the case of the payment to miss. Clifford? When was the first time you did that would that qualify for disbarments? I don't know if I'm not the bar association. I think you should consult with maybe occasionally seventies things point. Now. I lost my license is anybody anybody else promised to pay Mr. Davis for representing you know. Nobody has. No are you offering. Question quickly. July you said in this is also in your testimony and the days before the democratic convention, you became privy to a conversation that some of Hillary Clinton's emails would be leaked. Is that correct? Correct. Okay. Was that in said late July? Do you know the exact day? I believe it was either the eighteenth of the one thousand nine hundred and I it would be on the nineteenth. But it was definitely July. I believe so. Yes. You know that was public knowledge in June. This was Mr Assange, and I'd like to submit this unanimous consent Smith is for the record without objection. Mr Assange reported to the media on June twelfth that those emails would be leaked. So I'm not saying you have fake news saying, you have old news, and there's really not much to that. I would like to yield the remainder of my time to Mr Higgins. Thank you, sir. Mr. going you quoting you close early said, I spent last week looking through boxes to find documents. I support your accusations where those boxes good, sir. Klay higgins. In your garage or storage boxes that should have been turned over to investigative authorities during the many criminal investigations subject to serve. These are the boxes that were returned to me. Clue data pertinent to crimes that you've committed. Should they not have.

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"mr assange" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr assange" Discussed on The CyberWire

"The company most likely to be next in the barrel. A cyber Cold War complete with spheres of influence is widely predicted. Facebook's investigation into democratic inauthentic election influence operations widens operation. Birmingham said to have been funded by wealthy party donor and Lincoln billionaire Reed Hoffman appears to have worked to influence the Alabama twenty sixteen special senatorial election in favor of the eventual narrow winner Senator Doug Jones, there were also apparently unsuccessful operations against the twenty eighteen campaigns of senators Blackburn of Tennessee and Cruz of Texas Facebook is looking into what may be systematic. Use of inauthentic news feeds ads and sites. Senator Jones has called for an investigation. Mr. Hoffman has said he's embarrassed and should have paid closer attention to what was going on the tactics employed has described by the Washington Post show, close attention to lessons learned from the internet research agency, the notorious Saint Petersburg troll farm. Finally, WikiLeaks circulated a confidential legal memo to several news outlets outlining one hundred forty false and defamatory things. They should stop saying about WikiLeaks. And Julian Assange, the communique was probably prompted by reporting in the guardian where stories about Mr Assange is alleged meetings with then candidate Donald Trump's campaign operatives are being strongly denied by WikiLeaks. The confidential legal memo foreseeably leaked as soon as received may be read full and unredacted at ars Technica and elsewhere. The times of London is among those papers sniffing at the irony of leaks, pleading privacy and confidentiality, but in fairness to the house of leaks. We must say that having read their memo, it really is protesting inaccuracy not intrusiveness. Among the misapprehensions WikiLeaks. His lawyers are particularly concerned to correct are the following that Mr Assange is a paid Russian agent that WikiLeaks has members like al-qaeda as opposed to employees ease like the ones any legitimate media outlet would have and that Mr Assange, not only hates the United States. But also bleach his hair and neglects his cat. So not a bene, Mr. and MRs United States, Mr. Sohn's loves you. Where's his own unredacted hair and is good to his Catt?.

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