U.S. Gov’t Dodges Statute of Limitations Issue by Treating Assange Like a ‘Terrorist’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


U.S. Gov’t Dodges Statute of Limitations Issue by Treating Assange Like a ‘Terrorist’

Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange was arrested by the Metropolitan Police in London on Thursday morning. Assange was handed over to English authorities on charges of skipping bail and at the behest of U.S. federal prosecutors who have charged him with a conspiracy to facilitate the hacking of a Department of Defense computer. But how is it that Assange has been charged with conspiracy — when the statute of limitations for it is five years and the alleged offense dates back to 2010? Enter the government’s magic word here: “terrorism

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