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Monday, December 13, 2010

A War On The Truth

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK - I'll start.

1. On the arrest for possible rape. His lawyers admit that he had sex with the women in question. Both sides say it was at least initially consensual. The women claim that he went on to have sex with them without a condom, which they objected to at the time but were unable to stop him. In most countries that is a rape charge of some sort.

2. As to leaking government data... it all depends. Did he pay someone to break the law? Or, did he just publish information given to him? I think it makes a difference.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

9:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So before a woman lets a man inside, she needs to grab his pecker to see if he has it wrapped.

I think these womwn need some sex ed.

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:55 - if you read up on what was accused, these women met him, went out with him, welcomed him into their beds and with both of them after they were having sex, he decided to go without protection and they objected.

In most countries that is a sexual assault.

In one of the cases, it sounded like the woman asked him to be tested for STD and he refused and that is why she went to the cops.

JMONTOMEPPOF

Chuck Repke

12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohhhhhhhh I am sure Chuck that these women have bruises and scratches from all the attempts of the women to " Escape " !!!!

Did they call the police right after or run down the hall screaming RAPE RAPE !!!

All we have heard from Assange is that he denies the allegations and soon enough the whole world will hear his side.

Maybe they should require women in Sweeden to carry an IUD around or some spermacide !! These women in Sweeden want to have their cake and eat it to .







Jeff Matiatos

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The men want to eat the cake to !!!

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem with trying to convict Assange for espionage is that he himself does not represent a foriegn power nor was he recruited by any other nation, he is not " secretly gathering " U.S. Government secrets, they are being provided to him, Wiki leaks are publishers not a foriegn power that seeks to gather secrets under the guise of some covert operation to destroy any particular nation.

Another Obama administration brain fart.






Jeff Matiatos

7:26 PM  
Anonymous Ned Zeppelin said...

Much as I detest Assange personally - he looks, sounds, and seems like a repugnant, vile excuse for a person - going after him for espionage is a terrible precedent.

It means any "amateur" "journalist" whose sources give them sensitive government information, which they pass on a "journalists" - even scummy, slimy journalists - can be called a "spy", that's going to make it very dangerous for bloggers.

Pretty soon, Bob will have the police beating down his door for blowing the whistle on this sleazy, corrupt city's government, with the blessing of the courts.

Bad idea.

10:24 AM  

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