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Comment Re:For them theoretically hacking a private org? (Score 1) 352

It was consensual. What don't you understand about that? If my wife decided to be consensually groped by another guy, I would divorce her. These women had no issue with it until a month before the elections, and suddenly, the accusation makes this sexual assault, without any evidence, and without any charges being filed.

Comment Re:Further (Score 1) 352

The UK police wanting to arrest him as soon as he leaves the embassy is another clue.

Yeah, it is a clue that he is charged with the violent crime of raping two women, and is evading justice inside of an embassy. Also, what some people said is not evidence, you need quite a bit more to not just look like your tin foil hat is too tight.

Comment Re:Further (Score 1) 352

Do you have any evidence whatsoever that the US wants Assange in jail? Considering he hasn't actually broken any laws, I can't imagine why you would feel they would want him more than for instance Greenwald. Greenwald could actually be charged for treason, as he is a US citizen, whereas those laws don't apply to Assange as he is not a citizen.

It takes quite the tin foil hat to attribute a plot to frame Assange for rape, have him extradited from the UK (A five eyes close ally of the US) to Sweden to face the rape charges, then somehow extradite him from there to the US, without the UK's approval to face charges that don't even apply to a non-citizen.

Comment Re:For them theoretically hacking a private org? (Score 1) 352

Did you read what the FBI director announced about Clinton? It clearly goes through her crimes. For some reason, it then goes on to say that no prosecutor would take the case, which doesn't follow logically, but it is a Democrat run organization investigating the Democrat candidate for president.


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