What the New York Times Won’t Tell You About Julian Assange

By: Thursday August 16, 2012 11:28 am

I challenge you, dear reader, to go over this NYT hit piece on Julian Assange and see if any mention is made of the following key and pertinent facts.

Coppers, Diplomatic Police, and Cabbies at Ecuadorian Embassy, All for Assange

By: Thursday August 16, 2012 4:35 am

Police surround the Ecuadorian embassy in London, preparing, or at least trying, to arrest Julian Assange on violation of his bail, as he has not checked in with the court in over a month. But of course if he left the embassy to check in, he’d be nabbed and extradited to Sweden to deal with accusations of rape, and possibly then extradited to the U.S. where he’d be up against far more serious charge–like life and death charges–of espionage over WikiLeaks.

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