I think they want to use his arrest and punishment as an example to other journalists to not leak the "truth" about their crimes.I think the problem is not to free him or to kill him, but to "reeducate him" or to "obvilionate him"
I does not explain well.I think they want to use his arrest and punishment as an example to other journalists to not leak the "truth" about their crimes.
I doubt they entertain any hopes of "reeducating" him short of a lobotomy. They probably would not mind if the whole mess he has exposed would pass into oblivion though.
If they could kill him and get away with it I am sure they would/will. I have no doubt that torture is one of their favorite pastimes.
It is not impossible as you point out. I surely hope Julian does not meet such a hellish fate. He has gone though hell already.I does not explain well.
Some "reeducations" surpasses any torture form, geenbaum, for example.
A life sentence, with or without charges, mades the victim fall into obvilion. We all have fish memory.
To kill him is not an option. Thin about the uncharged US Guantanamo victims, the only place in Cuba human rights are severy damaged. In fact, the US perpetrators forcely feed they victims to avoid inconvinient deaths.
If Assange, his Lawyers and close ones are wise, they should do everything in their power to somehow get Assange (no matter how impossible it might seem at the moment) on russian territory (Ambassy for example) and let him apply for asylum there as Snowden did. Russia was the only country in the world that had the galls to take Snowden in and Putin made it very clear afterwards, again and again, that Russia will never hand out human right defenders/heroes.It is not impossible as you point out. I surely hope Julian does not meet such a hellish fate. He has gone though hell already.
I absolutely agree. Every time I think about Assange, a bitter taste gets me, and the idea that the "occident way of life" has its days counted becomes cristal clear.It is not impossible as you point out. I surely hope Julian does not meet such a hellish fate. He has gone though hell already.
"We are very concerned about his health situation, his medical con.. his... his health has deteriorated significantly during the course of his confinement inside the embassy without access to medical treatment. And now that he is in the prison, he is effectively in his cell all the time by himself and he... I'm.. I'm.. concerned about his ongoing health problems as a result."
I am not sure where you should post your question but this thread does not seem to be maybe the best place for the "SOTT crew" to see it.Hey SOTT crew,
I sent y'all two emails regarding a new article a few weeks ago but haven't heard anything back - did you receive them? A week or two prior I migrated my email to my server outside Australia, so it's possible something technical happened, although it looks like the emails sent okay.
Thanks in advance!
I don't think goyacobol was upset at all that you posted this here. His suggestion is actually a good one since this is a big forum and it isn't a given that every SOTT editor is always on top of (and aware of) everything that happens on every thread on this forum. We have a board that is specifically dedicated to SOTT-Article suggestions, in which you could try it as well.Hi goyacobol,
Not sure why you seem so upset that my post is 'not in its proper place', but your suggestion is certainly no better. The SOTT Crew monitor all the threads on this forum, so I figured it would be okay to post the question here even though it's not strictly 'on topic'. Apparently not.