Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sunday, March 31, 2013

"Assange prosecutor quits while accuser sacks lawyer"  We've learned that Swedes haven't a clue about justice, with the latest wtf? outrage being a public lecture by a Swedish judge on the Assange case:
"Greg Barns, a barrister spokesman for the Australian Lawyers Alliance, said it was a fundamental legal principle that judges do not speak publicly on matters that are likely to come before the courts or are yet to be decided.
"That a Swedish supreme court judge thinks this is acceptable tends to confirm the fears people have about the impartiality and robustness of the Swedish judicial system. It gives great currency to the belief that Mr Assange's case in Sweden has been heavily politicised.
"Federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus should be taking this matter up with his Swedish counterpart as a matter of urgency," Mr Barns said."
"BBC-Guardian Exposé Uses WikiLeaks to Link Iraq Torture Centers to U.S. Col. Steele & Gen. Petraeus":
 "MAGGIE O’KANE: Well, I think when the WikiLeaks documents came out in November 2011, I had a sense, and the team that I work with who have spent a lot of time covering the war in Iraq, that there was a deeper story here. And one of the things that made us very interested was there was a reference to a thing called "Frago 242," which was Fragmentary Order 242, which was a U.S. military order instructing U.S. soldiers to ignore Iraq-on-Iraqi torture. Now, this incidence, this Frago 242, came up over a thousand times in the documents as we looked at it, and we wondered why was this order issued and what was the story behind it. And there was also references in the WikiLeaks to a General Adnan Thabit, who was visiting the American embassy. So, it was a sense that there was a deeper story to tell here and that the WikiLeaks documents, because they were the actual documents and what the State Department was sending back to Washington about what was going on, that this was a real treasure trove that we should explore, rather than just become excited about the means of these documents being delivered."
Note that American soldiers who are witnesses are afraid to speak out because they see what happened to Bradley Manning.  Also note that the American mainstream news media is avoiding the documentary like the plague.

"What You Won't Hear About Iraq"  "Why the Awlakis Were Killed"  Anwar al-Awlaki was killed because he made fun of the American-Zionist killing machine.

"The Canadian Government Offers "Bail-In" Regime, Prepares For The Confiscation Of Bank Deposits To Bail Out Banks" "The Cyprus model for Canada’s big banks"

"Insider-trading case touches on American support for Zionism"  "City conman called Beano who duped clients out of £316million in Ponzi fraud to fund a jet set lifestyle must pay back just £1… and he gets seven days to find the cash"
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