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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

WIKILEAKS UPDATES 20 JUNE 17 - HOW WIKILEAKS HAS SURVIVED, 5 YEARS

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WikiLeaks has released documents detailing exploitation by US intelligence agencies of router vulnerabilities. The group, headed by Julian Assange, ...
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has spent the past five years in the Ecuadorian embassy. So how has WikiLeaks managed to continue publishing ...
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Users in our security forum discuss a new Wikileaks data dump indicating that 25 common WiFi router and access point models have long been ...
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A large portion. The media it is colluding with the political. Party. Exact example from the point 160 election when WikiLeaks released John pedestrian ...
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Supporters of Julian Assange had been preparing to hear from the WikiLeaks fugitive in central London on Monday. Photograph: Matt Dunham/AP.
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WikiLeaks has recently released a bunch of documents which claim the CIA has been secretly infecting home routers with malware for ten years now.
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has put off a "special announcement" from the balcony of the Ecuador's embassy in London following agreement ...
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Ever since June 19 2012, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been confined to the Ecuadorian Embassy in Knightsbridge, London. Journalists and ...
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Wikileaks released the entire 175-page CIA user manual for the implant, which is codenamed 'CherryBlossom'. In total, the manual says that the ...
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JULIAN ASSANGE = VIGIL FOR 5 YEARS FORCEFUL INTERNMENT IN ECUADORIAN EMBASSY, LONDON 19 June 17

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                  Lots turned up to support Julian Assange at the Knightsbridge embassy on the 5th anniversary of his internment in the embassy...

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Julian Assange's backers lose £200,000 bail money

Julian Assange's high profile backers, including socialite Jemima Khan, are understood to have lost the £200,000 they posted for his bail as he remains holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy.



Julian Assange in a police van and supporters John Pilger and Jemima Khan Photo: GETTY IMAGES    

The Wikileaks founder breached the conditions by seeking political asylum before he was due to be extradited to Sweden to face sexual assault charges.

A raft of high-profile figures including socialite Jemima Khan, journalist John Pilger, film director Ken Loach and publisher Felix Dennis have all confirmed they raised the cash as security to help free him which a judge ordered be forfeited at an earlier hearing.

Nine high profile backers, including two members of the British aristocracy, a Nobel Prize winner and an academic, were today told at Westminster Magistrates Court they have a month to show why the £140,000 they promised between them if he refused to surrender to the authorities should also not be lost.

Ms Khan and the other celebrities who have confirmed they backed him financially are understood to have already handed over the cash as a security, meaning it was deposited with the court and they were not named on official documents as his supporters.

The remaining nine all promised money as sureties when he was bailed in December 2010 meaning they would only have to hand over the money if he failed to surrender.
Today's hearing was for them to show cause as to why they should not pay the money.
 
Amongst those offering £20,000 sureties were retired Professor Tricia David; Nobel prize-winning biologist Sir John Sulston, who helped unravel the human genome; former Sunday Times journalist Philip Knightley; Lady Caroline Evans, wife of former Labour minister Lord Evans; his personal friend Sarah Saunders, a catering manager; and Frontline Club founder Captain Vaughan Smith, who provided his Norfolk Country mansion as a bail address.
Marchioness Tracy Worcester, 53, the model and actress turned environmental campaigner, offered £10,000 while his Wikileaks assistants Joseph Farrell and Sarah Harrison, both agreed to £5,000.

Giving evidence DS Mel Humphreys, from the Met's extradition unit, confirmed that after the Supreme Court refused his appeal they gave Assange 14 day grace period then ordered he be extradited ten days after that.

He said: "That expired on the 28th so he was available for extradition for the 29th."

But on June 19, during that grace, Assange sought asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy.
A letter was served on him asking him to surrender to Belgravia police station.

DS Humphreys said: "On June 29 11.30am came and went and Mr Assange did not surrender to the police."

When asked why they did not arrest him for breaching bail conditions including curfew and residence at a home in Kent he replied: "There was very little we could do, he was in diplomatic premises therefore we cannot enforce any breach of bail because of the protection issues that occurred within the embassy."

He agreed that he had heard the "speculation" that there were plans to storm the embassy and arrest him but added: "I am personally aware that police officers do not go storming into embassies.
"As a police officer I do not go into embassies uninvited, I was also aware of the position the UK government would take on that."

None of the sureties attended the hearing today and they were not legally required to.

Henry Blaxland QC made an application to adjourn the case so that lawyers had more time to prepare the "wholly exceptional case" and on the grounds that "the slow burning drama unfolding at the Ecuadorian Embassy has not yet reached the final act".
 
District Judge Riddle initially refused the adjournment but later allowed a further three weeks so the sureties had a chance to fight for their money.

He said: "There is no evidence that any of the sureties are to blame for Mr Assange's failure to surrender.
"It is our submission that his decision was entirely unforeseeable it was such an extraordinary thing to do that nobody could reasonably have foreseen that he would do it."

District Judge Riddle, who ordered the extradition at the lower court and pointed out Assange had never raised extradition on to America as a legal bar to being sent to Sweden, said he would consider whether the sureties had tried to persuade Assange "please come back, we trusted you".

He said: "At the moment I am not persuaded that any reasonable surety would not be using every effort, publicly and privately, to persuade Mr Assange to surrender himself to the UK authorities."

When he sought asylum Assange was subject to bail conditions of living and sleeping each night at Ms Saunders home in Kent, report each day to a police station, and adhere to an electronically tagged curfew between 10pm and 8am.

The 41-year-old Australian has been holed-up in the South American embassy for 12 weeks today and faces immediate arrest if he leaves as the Foreign Secretary has refused to ensure him safe passage out of the country.

Assange has vowed to stay inside his quarters in Knightsbridge for as long as it takes for Sweden to drop the allegations of sexual assault against two women in Stockholm in 2010.

He claims to fear he will be extradited on to America because of his role in leaking thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables and military files.

He sought asylum just days after Britain's highest court, the Supreme Court, refused to reopen his appeal against extradition. He was expected to be extradited within two weeks but could have appealed to the European Court of Human Rights.

source:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/wikileaks/9519767/Julian-Assanges-backers-lose-200000-bail-money.html
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