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    Julian Assange has one of his worst days as judge rips apart legal case

    Julian Assange has suffered one of his worst days in the long-running battle that began with publication of classified documents in 2010.

    His actions and the defence of them were forensically pulled apart by District Court Judge Emma Arbuthnot in a 30-minute judgment that left his supporters reeling.

    Ms Arbuthnot said the WikiLeaks founder, holed up in Ecuador's London embassy, lacked "courage".

    "Defendants on bail up and down the country, and requested persons facing extradition, come to court to face the consequences of their own choices," she said.

    "He should have the courage to do so too."

    The public gallery was full of journalists and supporters, some of whom stood along the wall and sat on the stairs.

    There were gasps in the gallery from Mr Assange's backers as the judge laid out her blistering assessment of his legal team's arguments.

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    Fuck all judges in the ass as they hide behind their gated communities. Bust out the guillotine and lop off all their heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leon_the_14 View Post
    Julian Assange has suffered one of his worst days in the long-running battle that began with publication of classified documents in 2010.

    His actions — and the defence of them — were forensically pulled apart by District Court Judge Emma Arbuthnot in a 30-minute judgment that left his supporters reeling.

    Ms Arbuthnot said the WikiLeaks founder, holed up in Ecuador's London embassy, lacked "courage".

    "Defendants on bail up and down the country, and requested persons facing extradition, come to court to face the consequences of their own choices," she said.

    "He should have the courage to do so too."

    The public gallery was full of journalists and supporters, some of whom stood along the wall and sat on the stairs.

    There were gasps in the gallery from Mr Assange's backers as the judge laid out her blistering assessment of his legal team's arguments.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-1...t-days/9444888

    in other words, 'come out come out wherever you are' so the ptb can shut you up permanently.
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    forum wanted to post that twice, for some reason.
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    oh no. we can never tolerate critical thinking. it is forbidden to criticize Angor. do you work for CIA, KGB or Scotland Yard? or all three?

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    brother. we are your friend. confess your crimes, or we will turn you into an animal.

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