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  1. Thanks for the book-scan Julian! Insight into the STRANGE WORLD of WASHINGTON DC's FREEMASONS: https://file.wikileaks.org/file/masonic-cipher-grand-lodge-faam-district-of-columiba.pdf
  2. New York Times, Guardian, El Pais and others: https://www.foxnews.com/media/new-york-times-guardian-other-media-outlets-call-us-end-prosecution-julian-assange Editors and publishers of The Guardian, The New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel and El País pointed to press freedom concerns in urging the U.S. to end its prosecution of Assange. Monday marked 12 years since these editors and publishers worked with Assange on the publication of excerpts from over 250,000 documents he obtained in the "Cablegate" leak, materials for which the Wikileaks founder is facing prosecution. "This group of editors and publishers, all of whom had worked with Assange, felt the need to publicly criticize his conduct in 2011 when unredacted copies of the cables were released, and some of us are concerned about the allegations in the indictment that he attempted to aid in computer intrusion of a classified database," the outlets wrote in an open letter. "But we come together now to express our grave concerns about the continued prosecution of Julian Assange for obtaining and publishing classified materials." Assange, who is currently being held at London’s high-security Belmarsh Prison, will face a number of charges, including espionage, if he is extradited to the U.S. He is accused of publishing classified information detailing crimes committed by the U.S. government in the Guantánamo Bay detention camp, Iraq and Afghanistan, and reveals instances in which the CIA engaged in torture and rendition.
  3. If Julian Assange isn't extradited to the U.S., SWEDISH WOMEN CAN NEVER FEEL SAFE AGAIN... This would be funny if it weren't so GODDAMN SAD. If extradited, ASSANGE POSSIBLY FACES LIFE IN JAIL https://www.9news.com.au/world/julian-assange-faces-decades-in-us-prison-if-convicted-wikileaks-lawyer-says/c4207731-a76f-4492-b10c-38610d5d247c
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