Trump Administration Extorted Julian Assange After Pardon Attempt Fell Through, says Assange Lawyer

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The trial of Julian Assange continues apace in Woolwich Crown Court, where Monday the Trump administration was accused of extortion.

If extradited, Assange faces 18 charges and up to 175 years in prison.

A lot more interesting facts and theories are going to come out in this trial, of that you may be certain.

 

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Great. Another impeachable offense, that we the “normal people “ are mortified by. But of course the blind followers won’t care.
This is getting old. Get the vote out, I’m telling everyone I know. If you don’t vote for stupid reasons, you are the problem. I’ll drive them.