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Julian Assange Faces U.S. Extradition

The week-long extradition hearing of persecuted media whistleblower Julian Assange at Woolwich Crown Court in southeast London ended last Friday, February 28, 2020. The legal proceeding that will decide whether the United Kingdom will hand over the Wikileaks editor to the United States where he faces criminal counts is scheduled to resume on May 18. […]

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Police in the UK are Ignoring Radical Gangs

According to a recent report commissioned and released by Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, police in the U.K. have allegedly turned a blind eye to almost 100 pedophiles for fear of inciting violence. The report identified at least 57 children described as “young white females” who were involved in some way with sexual exploitation carried […]

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US Attorney Liu Greenlights McCabe Charges

Last month, U.S. Attorney for Washington, D.C. Jessie Liu advised the Justice Department to press charges against former FBI deputy and acting director Andrew McCabe for lying to federal investigators looking into the Hillary Clinton email server incident. McCabe currently works as a CNN as a national security analyst correspondent. You Might Like McCabe’s lawyers […]

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Ethics Complaint against Pelosi Filed by 40 Conservative Groups

The impeachment inquisition concocted by Speaker Pelosi took another interesting turn recently, as a coalition of 40 concerned conservative groups filed an ethics complaint against the 79-year old California lawmaker. Cited were a litany of infractions, including using her position as Speaker, to usurp the executive branch by politicizing and “weaponizing” the most somber and […]

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