Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Release of Wikileaks UFO Material Delayed Founder Arrested

Interpol Warrant and Arrest of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange

Assange turns himself in to authorities in Britain on a charge of sexual assault arising from Sweden.

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange to hand himself in to police after arrest warrant issued
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, will hand himself in to police - possibly as early as Tuesday - after a fresh European Arrest Warrant was issued by the Swedish authorities.


what is happening here? Will we ever know if the charges are trumped up or reality?

WikiLeaks founder arrested in England this morning - is "poison pill" next? December 7, 2010

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested in England on rape charges he faces in Sweden. Assange made a promise to release the WikiLeaks “poison pill,” which are more secret files, if he were ever shut down or arrested. Will he stay true to his word?

Although the media is calling the charges “rape,” it is not, according to the legal documents says Judge Napolitano on Fox News this morning. Assange was already investigated regarding this charge and it was dropped three months ago, the Judge went on to say.

Assange had consensual sex in which the condom broke, the Judge continued on to say. Assange is fighting extradition to Sweden and the crime he is charged with is not a crime in England, so it may just be that England will honor his request, according to the Judge.

Judge Napolitano says that it has been suggest that this charge may be just an excuse to arrest him as an effort to get him to stop the WikiLeak postings.


It strains credulity with the United States Congress, virtually to a one, (there are a few not so inclined such as Congressman Ron Paul see Rep. Ron Paul Makes Special Request Of Wikileaks on Fox’s Freedom Watch by Frances Martel | 1:49 pm, December 4th, 2010) clamoring for Assange to face the death penalty for being a terrorist because he released a flood of material classified as super duper secret (it is said) to the public and further warned he'd release (metaphorically) not a mere tidal wave of new material he'd obtained in his own secret file entitled "insurance" if he was arrested.

While we don't have the means to investigate all the particulars, we have followed the absolute biased sites around the internet that think along with the federal government the founder of wikileaks has committed a crime against all of humanity and that laws pertaining to espionage are applicable to Assange now.

How can that hold water. Really, Assange shared the files with the world, and we didn't have to pay a dime. Nor should we. Our own government classifies whatever it wants for whatever reasons it wants. It brings upon itself skepticism as to motives for withholding material dating back to WWII, etc. and etc...

Wikileaks' 10 greatest stories The Telegraph

...In a delightful twist, a British military manual - the Defence Manual of Security, or Joint Services Protocol 440 (JSP440) - specifically dealing with how best to avoid leaks was leaked onto the site in October last year. It warned that the Chinese "[have] a voracious appetite for all kinds of information; political, military, commercial, scientific and technical" and that spying is no longer like "the novels of John Le Carre". Journalists are listed in the document as one of the "threats" to security, alongside foreign intelligence services, criminals, terrorist groups and disaffected staff. In an even more self-referential moment, a Pentagon document naming Wikileaks itself as a threat to national security was leaked - to Wikileaks.


And there's Sarah Palin, agreeing Assange is worthy of the application of the 1917 Espionage law to him and the death penalty to him for releasing information she should want to 'study' so she can at least answer what does she read there in Alaska while she's looking over to Russia from her back yard.

Yep. Kill him for releasing that info about those odd paranormal circumstances there in Alaska as documented in

hmm will we ever know the title of that one?

Palin classifies Assange as a terrorist rather quickly... at the ready... you betcha!

John Nichols: Sarah Palin vs. Julian Assange
December 7, 2010 5:00 am

...Palin wants Assange hunted down as a terrorist. In a rant on her Facebook page, the former governor of Alaska says the Obama administration is not doing enough to take down WikiLeaks and Assange.

“Assange is not a ‘journalist,’ any more than the ‘editor’ of al-Qaida’s new English-language magazine Inspire is a ‘journalist.’ He is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands. His past posting of classified documents revealed the identity of more than 100 Afghan sources to the Taliban. Why was he not pursued with the same urgency we pursue al-Qaida and Taliban leaders?” Palin demands to know. “What if any diplomatic pressure was brought to bear on NATO, EU, and other allies to disrupt WikiLeaks’ technical infrastructure? Did we use all the cyber tools at our disposal to permanently dismantle WikiLeaks? Were individuals working for WikiLeaks on these document leaks investigated? Shouldn’t they at least have had their financial assets frozen just as we do to individuals who provide material support for terrorist organizations?”

As it happens, Palin does not get to define who is or is not a “journalist,” or what is or is not “journalism.” Nor does she get to decide who should be pursued “with the same urgency we pursue al-Qaida and Taliban leaders.”

But it is worth noting that, while reasonable people can and do criticize Assange, most of them do not place him in the same category as the leaders of international terrorist groups. Palin and New York Congressman Peter King, who wants to label WikiLeaks as a terrorist organization, are the outliers


Judge Napolitano of Fox News programming disagrees Assange is committing either terrorism or espionage by the release of materials recently.

REBEL OF THE WEEK: THE JUDGE By Megan Duffield at 8:06AM

...Among the many articles, interviews, and spin stories revolving around Wikileaks' war document disclosure, a voice stood out in the nightly news. Fox News Freedom Watch host Napolitano claims it was the reputation of the government, not the military, which was put in harm's way after the Wikileaks revelations. Napolitano was one of the few voices speaking out in support of Wikileaks' action in mainstream media and for that is named Silver Circle's Rebel of the Week Award. He is a former New Jersey Supreme Court judge turned political and legal analyst for the Fox News Channel. He has been outspoken on many civil liberty issues such as the recent TSA security measures, the PATRIOT Act, as well as foreign policy.

Monday night, Judge Napolitano covered the Wikileaks story in a different light than most of the media. He called out the government's imperialism around the world. With Julian Assange at the center for scrutiny, Judge Napolitano used his legal expertise to show that Assange and others involved with Wikileaks did not illegally obtain the information. The document was given to Wikileaks, and according to the Judge, Wikileaks is, "free to publish it, to discuss it, to analyze it without any criminal activity at all." Much of what was released within the documents concerned military strategies, classified information on leaders in other countries, as well as financially relevant details that the American people would probably be sick from after reading.


We're wondering if the disagreement between Judge Napolitano and Sarah Palin over this issue will ever arise during any of his forthcoming interviews with her.

What is even more astonishing. Just as Assange is about to release material related to those government files we've all been waiting for since we learned there were such government files puff like a disappearing unidentified flying object aka a UFO he's wanted in Sweden for sexual assault, and he turns himself in to authoritities.

Sounds like a conspiracy to us.

WikiLeaks: new diplomatic cables contain UFO details, Julian Assange says
By Andrew Hough 11:00PM GMT 03 Dec 2010

New leaked diplomatic cables set to be published by Wikileaks will contain fresh details on UFOs, according to the website's founder Julian Assange

The 39 year-old Australian, who is wanted by Interpol over a charge of rape and sexual assault in Sweden, said there were some references to extraterrestrial life in yet-to-be-published confidential files obtained from the American government.

He did not disclose what information was contained in the diplomatic memos obtained by the whistleblowing website. It also remains unclear when they will be published.


additional articles from The Telegraph


WikiLeaks may release 'UFO' files



WikiLeaks sparks worldwide diplomatic crisis
The King of Saudi Arabia privately urged the United States to attack Iran to destroy its nuclear weapons programme, according to diplomatic cables leaked by the whistle-blowing website, WikiLeaks.


U.S. Facing Global Diplomatic Crisis Following Massive WikiLeaks Release of Secret Diplomatic Cables



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