Damage to the Soul, by Craig Murray

“Gross injustice heaped upon gross injustice” is how Craig Murray correctly characterizes the persecution of Julian Assange. From Murray at craigmurry.org.uk:

The imprisonment of Julian Assange has been a catalogue of gross injustice heaped upon gross injustice, while a complicit media and indoctrinated population looks the other way. In a truly extraordinary twist, Assange is now being extradited on the basis of an indictment served in the UK, which is substantially different to the actual indictment he now faces in Virginia if extradited.

The Assange hearing was adjourned after its first full week, and its resumption has since been delayed by coronavirus. In that first full week, both the prosecution and the defence outlined their legal arguments over the indictment. As I reported in detail to an audience of millions, Assange’s legal team fairly well demolished the key arguments of the prosecution during that hearing.

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One response to “Damage to the Soul, by Craig Murray

  1. marley engvall

    Assange is limited hangout. He has fathered at least a couple of children during his “confinement”. He has brought to light nothing of any particular interest or value, just a mountain of low level diplomatic cables, with the intent of diffusing and misdirecting the attention of honest truth-seekers. 9/11 truth activists “annoy him.”


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