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Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to U.S.

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So long, Julian. Nobody who really knows you will morn your lose.

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So long, Julian. Nobody who really knows you will morn your lose.

Why? Because he did his job as a journalist by telling people the truth or because he embarrassed a lot of people globally and exposed them? For the cowardly elites that abhor freedom of the press and freedom of information I can see why Assange would be a thorn in their side.

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No way the US justice system can be trusted to make an objective and non-political assessment of Assange’s case. The UK should prevent his extradition, and Australia should be backing him publicly.

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No way the US justice system can be trusted to make an objective and non-political assessment of Assange’s case. The UK should prevent his extradition, and Australia should be backing him publicly.

I agree.

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Julian is a much of a journalist as I am an astronaut. He didn’t protect his, or anyone else’s sources. He did no analysis, provided no context. He was a vengeful data dumper.

And when the going for tough, he ran.

So, about as far from a journalist as one can get

He’s a narcissist. Maybe that’s why some of our lot are so enthralled by his bs.

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Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US:

How many times has he got to appeal to UK court again & again, knowing too well that all his effort would end up in futility?

If the court is not independent, don't waste any more time to do such inconsequential thing..

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BigYenToday  10:05 am JST

No way the US justice system can be trusted to make an objective and non-political assessment of Assange’s case. The UK should prevent his extradition, and Australia should be backing him publicly.

I don't agree with you on a lot of things, but here I'm with you 100%.

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Algernon LaCroix:

it’s good that we can agree on this. It’s interesting that the Assange case seems to unite people across the political spectrum, and yet still Assange has to fight for his freedom.

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