Editor’s Note: Hmm…interesting moment here. Assange, with a breadth of resourceful information, is coming to the US court system and something is telling me he is ready to sing (his) truth.
Assange ‘s release will provide more evidence for exposure which will join other parameters: Military (Ukraine, Taiwan), Finances (Quantum Financial System), Health (COVID-19), Computer (Log4shell virus), Legal (Ghislaine Maxwell trial) which will join other parameters (mis-alignment of Earth history, geo-engineering, modification of weather) in bringing ALL of humanity each into their own “perfect storm.”
The outcome? This will be a personal choice of individual human spirits driven by a variety of physical events. Each human heart will choose, may the choice be to radiate Unconditional Love, and then BE in…
An appellate court in London on Friday overturned a lower court’s ruling from earlier this year and opened the door for Julian Assange to be extradited to the U.S. to face espionage charges.
An appeal is almost certain in a case that has attracted international attention. Assange’s detractors see him as a traitor over his WikiLeaks’ publication of thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents a decade ago. His supporters see his imprisonment as an affront against the free press.
A lower court judge refused an American request to extradite Assange to the U.S. to face spying charges. A judge said Assange, 50, who is currently being held at London’s high-security Belmarsh Prison, could kill himself if held under harsh U.S. prison conditions.
An attorney for the U.S. government who appealed the decision denied that Assange’s mental health was too fragile to withstand the U.S. judicial system and even assured the court that any sentence handed down could be carried out in an Australian prison.
The appeals will likely end up in the Supreme Court.
Stella Moris, Assange’s fiancée, told reporters that his legal team would appeal the court’s decision, Reuters reported.
“How can it be fair, how can it be right, how can it be possible, to extradite Julian to the very country which plotted to kill him?” she said. “We will appeal this decision at the earliest possible moment.”