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ah, as nature mention, the expert panell call on the swedish and british authorities too, and mister i saw as to probation of liberty. i think the recommendation is clear. respect is physical, integrity and freedom of movement and afford him the right to compensation wise with a lot of sometimes with it goes, is that on making money a. a lot, and you pay with the chance with
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late a pain with a very, very pleased with this thing. we are a with us and it is a comprehensive in the big 4040 pages. they're not going to be able to easily deal with it and it uses you cable as well. yeah, sure. and did you see the statement? why? the british, they say this change is nothing is very good, is very defensive. they're there for them. we can define, we can yes, and i know he has
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a institutional now side with only a telling translate saying that this is the or yeah, or similarly with others near a such a is a minus c, a c at the end of the one i'm up with the ask, because i said back in and then it just easy believe a guy, then a group of we have to declare it, says larry leigh must content and it is of the strongest thing. i think the key thing to decide is what we say high demand or what you say, i demand the kids this to me think lose not only see she own
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for she. like if i'm going to with their idea to mothers with him, and we shouldn't have them discuss a passage. because with this decision to say is if you're free to go when you have to go wherever you want their c, simon dna. louise must see to us, you know, they didn't see on how to read that out. yeah. bassetti emotional, she does, you know the money that you put it on to it. i'm what i'm worried about the last thing she you, but i don't sorry that you have to do with them because i give you my sympathy. you cannot uphold the law by breaking the law. he is and has been detained now for 5 years. one month and $29.00 day and to put it bluntly,
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that's a hell of a long time to detain someone. someone who has never been charged and has never even been questioned. those can show us some, it wasn't okay. so she can, if you all, lawyers here know what it means, seeing if he got it mean did. he will not the new place, then we'll get up to go buy a new gosh. what did you get? no answer. no. victoria morris is not a moral victory. should i tell you what he became daughter? sure, since you just sealed it and young law, oregon to danica sac immediately. and now finally we today's decision. there was light at the end of the tunnel. we just need united kingdom and sweden to
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step up to the plate. so julian can finally come out into the light. ah, a with how wait. it is. this is a victory that cannot be denied. it is a victory of historical importance. not just for me or my family for my children,
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but for the independence of the u. n. system. the fact is the u. k and sweden accepted to be parties to a 16 month process. 16 months of litigation before the working group, when arbitrate attention. i made submissions the u. k responded in the process to those submission. sweden responded to those submissions . formally as a party to the proceedings, they lost buquet, los sweden, lost it last at the highest level. ah, with
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a will i reject the finding of this working group? it's a group made up of late people, not lawyers, and they are there. a conclusion is flawed in law. julia massage is a fugitive from justice. he's hiding from justice in the dorian embassy. he can come out onto the placement any time he chooses, he's not being detained by us. frankly, a ridiculous finding by the working group and we reject it with we were talking to the former un repertoire, an arbitrary detention i found in us. no country likes to get to rooting for all
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the trade attention to be sanctioned by you, unlike this. but if you don't abide by, if you fall into the category of countries, we don't like to compare ourselves with in the months leading up to the u. s. presidential elections, wiki leeks, releases thousands of compromising e mails from the democratic party. and it's candidate hillary clinton, the leak documents, cast a shadow on her entire electoral campaign. or in criticism of julian sons multiplies. he's accused of pursuing a personal agenda with the leaks and of having contributed to the advance of donald trump. but even after trumps victory wiki leaks continues to publish. and soon the u. s. government on the trump will
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go further than the rock obama ever debt. the united states no longer operates in the shadows. it's time to call out regulates for what it really is. a non state hostile intelligence service, often abetted by state actors like russia. they are pretended, america's 1st member freedom to shield them from justice. they may have believed that, but they are wrong. ecuador also has a new president. he wants to get rid of the inconvenient guest in his london embassy. we can be expounded. judy and a saunders. internet access has been cut off doors saying that they don't want julian sanchez, social media fee to jeopardize relations with other countries. that is thought to be in regard to a couple of tweaks that julian with
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with us today for ca, maureen army. yeah, thought to keep one of them up on the determined that i've been here more closely with us because him plato is doing a phone for a minute for us to going down a slimy, including been living with people. they're coming from the studio. normally they're seeing another law, a son just visits are limited, only his lawyers and close contacts are allowed to see him after strict controls. in addition, there's an unpleasant surprise. since 2017, the spanish security company under cover global, responsible for the protection of the embassy, has been playing a double game unnoticed by the diplomats from ecuador. they installed cameras and microphones in every room. the images are stream to the united states to the u. s. intelligent services. in an e mail, the head of
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u. c. global david morales orders surveys of some just visits. a whistleblower within u. c. global, unless the lawyers explains to the spanish judiciary that some just meetings with all visitors. but especially with the defense lawyers who are recorded. we have long been concerned about the level of surveillance that join assigns is facing within the ecuadorian embassy. this is a severe breach of loyal client attorney privilege and fundamentally undermines our ability to properly defend and provided defense to join us. finally, ecuador gives him to the pressure for political and economic reasons. nick, whether she'll get on that board if he knows. however, he does, he will be plumber pico altogether. so you are such like jewels we've got. mm
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ah with i'm sure that the whole house will welcome the news this morning that the metropolitan police have arrested julian aside. arrested for breach of bail also 97 years in the door in embassy. he has also been arrested in relation to an extradition request from the united states. will congress, mister speaker? this goes to shows in the united kingdom, no one is above the law. the dynamism of the ecosystem of planet earth predictably is dying because there's too much pollution, whether it's landfill pollution, pollution in the rivers, pollution in the oceans, pollution in the air, chemical pollution, permanent chemical,
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pollution. all the bio systems are dying. so humans effectively are committing mass suicide or species is becoming interesting. this update on you being a loyal dominant, but they did a valuable mm hm. mapping my middle now i own my heat up, my laptop that has a new knuckle. i didn't thought, no, well i'm happy to be a well, i mean the relationship with sonya. it's not in a herman by
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dreamer shaped bankers and those with you dares sinks. we dare to ask ah, with law kappa. so is bessie. come in to look insidiously. he must be up a sort of simply can momento guess, say, been for my legal. yeah, we'll see. we're a seller. i'm over yet as to where to my my the cielo it i get allister,
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this benevolent is those neosha even put it a if we put a gone on premera woman book it on a medical mental lesson, alcorn computer hacking a to sing when a couple daughter e gaus peterson para on bed on fully the non piano on the door, los gatos, kasan weaker. going to be the simper bullock an equally got if we got it all got a bully, go on as it ill comment us as a son was a just as a cause and la la, open and see on document those. there are now when they're in a public, as and as a document us, but are concrete. that is a stick the dollars. but it is look as somebody who is my embassy as young and their mother lives in oakland. so the up is that i am in process a son just take into a high security prison in solitary confinement without contact with the outside world. more than 10 months pass before extradition proceedings begin. concerns
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about his health are growing. the united nations is putting pressure on the case i visited with 2 medical experts who came to the conclusion that had she had been exposed to psychological torture for a prolonged period of time. that that's a medical assessment. and are we asked to for renewal states to investigate this case and to, to alleviate the pressure that us being done him and especially to respect his due process rights, which in my view happened systematically violated in all these jurisdictions. shortly after the u. s. indictment, sweden announces that it will drop the case against her sons, for the 3rd time, for good mm. for the lawyers, it is clear, lee in famous sex case, was a trap to hold a sum. this also irreparably damaged his reputation in
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. nevertheless, the situation is so dramatic that someone decides to reveal a secret. mm. i'm stella morris. i join us on just mm. we have 2 children. gabriel, falling in love is kind of a last of rebellion in, in a context where there's a lot of attempts to destroy your life and your your reason for doing what you're doing. and i feel now
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that i have to do it because i've taken so many steps for so many years and i feel like children's life might be coming to an end. mm hm. but i like kinda like us, we are imposing one, you know, if they got a lesser you think us not sort of like it that on like our math. important is to reopen the stuff because they're in a moment the comedy gallagher, lonely go. kalika is a year lou chandler poorer says principals could look at chore consistent, and they only go can a scanner certain is normally be that nurse a lucas and co worker ill. okay, thank okay. is that a triple liquor eventually cut? so that is, employees must put us on one day and i can see the must put us on wonder seeing the
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never yesteryear ah extradition proceedings for wiki leaks, founder julian assigned start today in london. the u. s. government wants to put them on trial for allegedly, conspiring to hack into a pentagon commuter and believe hundreds of things like reported without borders. they say this is a 1st amendment case and the u. s. has tried to punish the science for exposing wrong, doing p o u and his brother lesson is good. but just if you go, no, she just listed it parish him regularly. me does heal, didn't list or if you seem not willing that in full, full development, this gotcha or some political address with a shot it over. and then u. s. i saw that in your case should force them in the less i will as soon as the
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weekly's of me with i'm follows you or henders different shops killer. he's he get i have, we're on. there were sort of, we feel the contra money out of my little bit of the with quickly understand. okay . understand that i've got you even there you're pulling on her la. mainly just the only response of the union. did julian assange encouraged chelsea manning to steal secret documents as the prosecution claims manning was pardoned by obama and is now a free woman. but just before the start of the trial, she is again summoned to appear before the grand jury asked if his hunch helped her leak secrets, she tells the judge, i'd rather starve myself to death and change my position on this case. as a result, she goes to prison again and has to pay heavy fines. but she does not give in
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the fascination of insect a villi either in the killing of rogers generally the killing of children. that is the real harm that should be discussed in court. and not with julia lavon sitting the dogs, but for the war criminals that conduct the visa, foreign disagree with the tackle for over a sun. just extradition continues a trial behind closed doors, cameras, a band journalists and human rights organizations of difficult access throughout the trial. sanchez brought before the judge as a dangerous criminal. he supervised by guards behind a glass screen. he's not allowed to sit next to his lawyers or communicate with them. he faces 175 years in prison
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in the usa. ah, on the 1st day of a process that can take months or years as tens waiting. ah, the 1st use leaks out ah, uses the devil. the last 10, you know, the prosecution provides no evidence. the defense argues that the charges are political in nature and expedition for political offences is not possible in the u . k. as you've had today, this case is an abusive process. isn't abusive?
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prices add to political events? he's charging them legal events in substances. political, the nature of the charges political morning time process, which is nice. this is the i director announced the wiki, like a hostile, non se intelligence agency, and that he wine minimum investment protections. and this is the political prosecution who gets tired voice loudly. what about this? because you all the go to condra. it was, you see, all this is felice. you need those there and 2nd door. there are sort of you tuesday the because today most is the most trouble. yes, we similar water in his 1st lazy. okay. glad i'm sick with
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noise is telling me with the law a extradition proceeding, so to continue shortly afterwards, with witness testing with the cupboard 19, pandemic spreads around the world even within the walls of pow marsh. the 1st hearing will be postponed until september 2020 in november, while the trial is still ongoing. but united states are electing a new president. but before biden takes office on the 20th of january,
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the british judiciary delivers a verdict. a british judge this morning rejected a u. s. request to extradite assertion to the u. s. on espionage. a judge vanessa braid, sir said assigned would not be safe in us prison is due to the state of his mental health, even though the extradition has been rejected. the u. s. prosecutors have appealed in her ruling aside from humanitarian concerns. the judge upheld their arguments. this allows to legally prosecute journalists and whistleblowers worldwide. if they publish classified information, as long as the us do not drop their charges, the freedom of the press is under threat with
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just a ways figured out those pretty much not spanish videos. along with join me every posted on the alex simon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess when the world politics sport. business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then. ah
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ah backbreaking toil forced labor stress industrial injury corporal punishment own words with which we're all familiar. ah, you certain that the world you live in abolish slavery long ago.
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with no longer a beacon of democracy and perhaps never was a major international poll, revealed startling thoughts on america's image abroad, especially as most countries surveyed are bound to take part in a democracy summit hosted by the u. s. u s. treasury threatens american journalists with hefty fines if they go to certain publications. one author, daniel, is it shares his story with us. us treasury is power is enormous. the bad of an individual freelance journalist who's and i was microscopic, but some of them are so frightened, they're unwilling even to give interviews like this one. and a number of countries registering the new oma cross strain of coping more than doubles to 57 since last week. the w h o talked to, i'll tell you about the threats it poses. i'm really hopeful that 1st of all.


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