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    AXJ UK TO OFFER JULIAN ASSANGE OF WIKILEAKS POLITICAL ASSYLUM?

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    AXJ UK TO OFFER JULIAN ASSANGE OF WIKILEAKS POLITICAL ASSYLUM?

    Post  Admin on Mon Dec 05, 2011 12:51 am

    AXJ UK TO OFFER JULIAN ASSANGE OF WIKILEAKS POLITICAL ASSYLUM?


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    AXJ NEWS
    LONDON, UK
    05-12-2011


    According to the Main Stream Media ( MSM ) the international civil and political rights organization known as Action For Justice ( AXJ ) is having secret conversations with Julian Assange of WIKILEAKS in London, UK.

    An AXJ spokesperson for AXJ in the UK has denied all these claims and further claims that telephonic conversations between AXJ members in the UK and Assange have been recorded.

    AXJ claims that it never communicates with members by telephone for security reasons and any visit to Julian Assange would be in person and totally unknown to the world.

    Apparently claims have been made that AXJ AUSTRALIA and the AXJ CEO Mr. John Aster would meet to arrange an interview with the government of AUSTRALIA to offer Assange political assylum in that country. Other news sources from SPAIN say that AXJ SPAIN have also offered him political assylum.

    According to AFP, Mr. Assange's only friends have left him:

    Former WikiLeaks colleagues have turned on him, attacking the way he ran the site. He also fell out with newspapers, including the New York Times and Britain's Guardian, that WikiLeaks initially worked with to release documents.

    According to others, Mr. Assange has destroyed the credibility of the popular website WIKIPEDIA ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikiwww.wiki.com ), yet the few supporters that remain have insisted he had all the right to Free Speech and to publish the information that he did.

    According to an Action For Justice ( AXJ ) member in the UK :

    This all reminds us of Roman Times when the Romans were proud to say Civis Romanus Sum ( I am proud to be a citizen of Rome ) which implied, in a wide sense, all the rights and duties associated with the status of Roman citizenship.- WIKI, but unfortunately for Mr. Assange, he is not an American citizen and protected by the First Amendment to the US Constitution.

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    Julian Assange in final plea to avoid extradition


    (AFP)

    LONDON — WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange will Monday play his final card in a lengthy legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden over rape claims when he appeals to Britain's top court to overturn the order.

    Almost a year after his arrest over rape and sexual assault allegations, the 40-year-old Australian will ask two judges at London's High Court to decide whether his appeal can proceed to the Supreme Court.

    For the appeal to be heard in Britain's highest court, the judges must rule the case raises a question of general public importance.

    Monday's hearing comes a month after the former hacker lost his first appeal against deportation.

    If the ruling goes against Assange, the British leg of his legal battle will end and he faces extradition to Sweden within 10 days, an outcome that would mark a new low for the WikiLeaks boss after a string of controversies.

    Swedish police want to quiz Assange over allegations made by two Swedish women of sex crimes, which he strongly denies.

    Assange claims the allegations are politically motivated and linked to the activities of his anti-secrecy website, which angered the United States by publishing thousands of classified documents last year.

    Assange has spent much of the last year under virtual house arrest on a supporter's country estate in eastern England after a European Arrest Warrant was issued last December.

    A lower court initially approved Assange's extradition in February, but he appealed to the High Court which rejected his challenge on November 2.

    Assange made the application for the Supreme Court to hear the case one day before the legal time limit.

    Legal sources said a decision was expected on the same day but that it was not certain.

    According to the website Sweden Vs. Assange ( http://www.swedenversusassange.com ), which supports his case, his legal team will question whether a European Arrest Warrant issued by a state prosecutor is valid.

    They will also query whether he can be defined as "accused" despite having not been prosecuted, the website added.

    Swedish prosecutors want to question Assange on suspicion of two counts of sexual molestation and an accusation of rape made by two Swedish women in August 2010.

    Support for the eccentric, platinum blond WikiLeaks chief has dwindled amid a slew of controversies.

    Former WikiLeaks colleagues have turned on him, attacking the way he ran the site. He also fell out with newspapers, including the New York Times and Britain's Guardian, that WikiLeaks initially worked with to release documents.

    WikiLeaks' work has come under threat, with the site forced to suspend releasing files in October after a funding blockade.

    It resumed publication Thursday, however, with the launch of a project on the global surveillance industry.

    Britain's parliament will Monday debate the country's extradition laws over apparent imbalances in its relationship with the US.

    Source: http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5jqpw8aeOBuRDzCQ8qWbJX68Z5YCg?docId=CNG.451abb628334395938a1d87bf5b33d68.241

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