12 thoughts on “Brentrance for Julian Assange.”

  1. I hadn’t realized that Julian Assange was in that embassy almost seven years. That is a long time to never leave a building.

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  2. It looks like he is setting up an insanity defense.

    By the way, didn’t he say he would surrender if Chelsea Manning were released?

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  3. 10 Cents:
    I hadn’t realized that Julian Assange was in that embassy almost seven years. That is a long time to never leave a building.

    He’s already served a prison sentence.

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  4. drlorentz:

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    I hadn’t realized that Julian Assange was in that embassy almost seven years. That is a long time to never leave a building.

    He’s already served a prison sentence.

    With conjugal visits from Pam Anderson…

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    Robert A. McReynolds:
    Apparently the price was 4.2 billion.

    Who paid this and to whom?

    It was from the IMF. But come on, it was really the US telling the IMF to release the funds. This is a bad day for liberty the way this all shook out. We still want to argue about being an empire?

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  6. I have mixed feelings about the release of secret information. Some of it is good because people need to know what is happening and it doesn’t endanger people and some of it is bad because it destroys our security and people die.

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  7. 10 Cents:
    I have mixed feelings about the release of secret information. Some of it is good because people need to know what is happening and it doesn’t endanger people and some of it is bad because it destroys our security and people die.

    It was good that Democrats learned how their Party bosses rigged their primaries for Hillary.

    Otherwise, nothing comes to mind as good from WikiLeaks.

    I heard All Things Considered on NPR.   They quoted Mike Pompeo trashing WikiLeaks and Assange,but the quote was from back when Pompeo was Director of the CIA.   Then they had a lengthy interview with Leon Panetta.   Panetta surprised them by his disapproval of WikiLeaks (they were clearly sympathetic to Assange’s claim of journalistic freedom).   Then they quoted Edward Snowden and Panetta politely told the interviewer that Snowden is a traitor.

    While I was really pleased with Panetta’s responses, I was still disappointed that he did not mention that Middle Eastern friends of America were murdered because they got doxxed in the Bradley/Chelsea Manning releases.

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  8. Maybe I should change the post to Brexit since Julian Assange has been extended an invitation by Uncle Sam and will be leaving the UK soon.

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