September 15, 2019
Sentence over? We’re just going to keep you in prison anyway, lol.
We’re just going to leave him in prison forever, goyim.
Because exposing government corruption is one of the ultimate sins against both democracy and human rights.
Julian Assange will stay in prison after his jail term comes to an end next week over fears he will evade extradition proceedings again.
The WikiLeaks founder was sentenced in May to 50 weeks behind bars for skipping bail and hiding out in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for seven years to avoid extradition to Sweden over sex offence allegations.
Assange entered the embassy in 2012 and stayed there until he was dramatically dragged out by police in April.
He was due to be released from HMP Belmarsh on 22 September, but a judge at Westminster Magistrates’ Court told the 48-year-old on Friday there was “substantial ground” to believe he would “abscond again”.
“I have given your lawyer an opportunity to make an application for bail on your behalf and she has declined to do so,” district judge Vanessa Baraitser told him.
“Perhaps not surprisingly in light of your history of absconding in these proceedings.
“In my view I have substantial ground for believing if I release you, you will abscond again.”
Remember: his crimes were incredibly serious.
He did journalism without working for a company owned by Jews.
It’s almost as bad as the Daily Stormer.
Seeing how this poor bastard gets treated really makes me hope they don’t ever find that Daily Stormer guy…