U.K. court permits Assange extradition to U.S. on spying charges

    A British appellate court opened the door Friday for Julian Assange to be extradited to the United States

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    …from the Washington Post

    [ Editor’s Note: Well, here comes the Assange story once again, right in the middle of a heavy news cycle. I suspect this will be a one to three day media story about his extradition news and reviews of the past story, and then die out.

    Why? That would be because the slow wheels of justice, appeals, etc., will not be headline news that can compete with the zingers that major organizations are seeding on a daily basis for the stories that will pull the most clicks. Welcome to that world.

    VT has had its own concerns about Assange, suspicious ones, which we have published many times. But there is so much to cover now Mr. Assange is not high on the list compared to the ongoing ‘new coup’ we have in progress here, that makes the Assange event look like child’s play.

    While the Trumpers are throwing all legal and other impediments into the path of the Jan 6 committee, they are also working full steam to use state legislatures to make sure future elections come out ‘correctly’ by stacking their people into the election administration key slots that determine outcomes of challenges.

    Legally nibbling around the edges will most probably not be able to stop this. But, that scenario, the fuel for it is all from ‘The Steal’ maintaining its momentum. A bunch of criminal cases that can establish solid evidence of the seditious insurrection on Jan 6 could really damage the Trump train.

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