Julian Assange verso l’estradizione negli Usa ?- Vivienne Westwood, Roger Water, Pink Floyd, Donald Trump

Vivienne Westwood AssangeSiamo giunti al momento del tribunale per la estradizione di Julian Assange, da Londra verso gli Usa dove potrebbe attenderlo la sedia elettrica (la Democrazia ripudia i barbari sistemi di esecuzione, propri delle dittature ..) o almeno oltre 170anni di galera per aver diffuso notizie vere conto alcuni politici degli Usa .. incidentalmente anche in corsa per la Casa Bianca. Viviamo un momento nodale della storia del mondo, fra covid-19, voto americano e rischi di WW3. Come rimarrà condizionato l’iter internazionale a carico di Assange?

 A chiedere la liberazione di Julian c’è anche l’icona 79enne della moda londinese, Vivienne Westwood che ha trovato una macabra ispirazione calcistica per portare motivazioni alla “causa”, dice peraltro di disperare per l’esito del procedimento:

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Ecco un raro momento in cui abbiamo avuto liete notizie sul coraggiosissimo giornalista”

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Il processo “politico” non riconosce il ruolo del giornalismo e della verità ma imputa soltanto di aver “messo in pericolo” la vita delle persone accusate dai documenti prodotti .. in realtà quelle persone non erano in pericolo (contrariamente a molti dei nemici delle stesse .. frequentemente morti in circostanze “poco chiare”). 

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  1. Sept. EUROPE
    Demonstrators Rally Outside Assange’s Extradition HearingProtesters gathered outside the London court where Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, appeared in a hearing on extradition to the United States. The case was delayed in February because of the pandemic.By The Associated Press
    Demonstrators outside the court in central London where the extradition hearing for Julian Assange resumed on Monday.
  2. Sept. 7EUROPE
    Julian Assange Appears in London Court for U.S. Extradition HearingThe case against the WikiLeaks founder, who is accused of obtaining and publishing secret military and diplomatic documents, was delayed in February because of the coronavirus pandemic.By Megan Specia
    Demonstrators outside the court in central London where the extradition hearing for Julian Assange resumed on Monday.
  3. July 21U.S.
    Vivienne Westwood Climbs Into Cage to Support Julian AssangeThe fashion designer Vivienne Westwood dressed like a canary to show her support for Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder fighting extradition from Britain to the United States.By The Associated Press
    The fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, perched in a giant bird cage, protested the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States. The event was held outside the Old Bailey court in London.
  4. July 21STYLE
    Vivienne Westwood Dresses Like a Canary for Julian AssangeThe British fashion designer came out of lockdown to perch inside a giant bird cage, suspended 10 feet in the air, outside the Old Bailey criminal court in London.By Elizabeth PatonPRINT EDITIONA Canary Who Just Keeps Breathing Fire|July 23, 2020, Page D4
    The fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, perched in a giant bird cage, protested the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States. The event was held outside the Old Bailey court in London.
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  6. April 29POLITICS
    Roger Stone Was in Contact With Julian Assange in 2017, Documents ShowMr. Stone, a longtime friend of President Trump, had denied such a relationship, but newly revealed court documents unveiled private exchanges.By Sharon LaFranierePRINT EDITIONRecords Reveal Stone and Assange Were in Contact in 2017|April 30, 2020, Page A21
    Roger J. Stone Jr. was sentenced to 40 months in prison after being convicted of obstructing a congressional inquiry, lying to federal authorities and witness tampering in a bid to protect President Trump.
  7. Feb. 19POLITICS
    White House Denies Claim That Trump Offered Pardon Deal to Julian AssangeA statement in a London court put a twist on a previously known attempt by a Republican congressman to get the WikiLeaks founder to absolve Russia of election meddling.By Charlie SavagePRINT EDITIONWhite House Denies Claim Of a Pardon For Assange|February 20, 2020, Page A14
    Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is fighting extradition to the United States.
  8. Sept. 14, 2013SUNDAY REVIEW
    Assange as Tyrant?Some former allies say the WikiLeaks founder acted like an ordinary politician in his Australian Senate campaign.By Julia BairdPRINT EDITIONSeptember 15, 2013, Page SR5
  9. Oct. 18, 2016OPINION
    Julian Assange of WikiLeaks UnpluggedThe anti-secrecy activist put his hosts at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London in an uncomfortable position with the United States.By Ernesto LondoñoPRINT EDITIONJulian Assange, Unplugged|October 19, 2016, Page A22
    Julian Assange speaking to journalists by video earlier this month.
  10. Aug. 19, 2012OPINION
    It’s Not About AssangeGranting Mr. Assange asylum provides a politically timely reminder of President Correa’s leadership style at home — and his potential for leadership beyond Ecuador’s borders.By Anita IsaacsPRINT EDITIONAugust 20, 2012, Page A19
  11. Feb. 17, 2011EUROPE
    Assange in CourtWikileaks Founder, Julian Assange is facing extradition as well as new competition from his former partner.Zena Barakat|Nadia Sussman

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