Skip to comments.Attention, Media: This Is What Treason Looks Like
Posted on 06/23/2010 3:33:09 AM PDT by Michael van der Galien
The law can be used in a number of ways if there is the political will to There is a history of abusing the legal process.
- Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks
Theres a history of abusing the media and public opinion, too. Assange happens to be a pro at it. But you wont learn that in Philip Shenons interview with him for The Daily Beast. The two discuss the new Afghanistan carnage video Assange claims hell release, and how the US governments displeasure over the news has compelled Assange to take hiding overseas, just to be on the safe side:
Im in good health and good spirits, Assange said in the telephone interview from Brussels, where he appeared Monday at an anti-censorship conference sponsored by European lawmakers. It was his first in-person appearance at a public event since the disclosure of Mannings arrest. I have not been concerned for my safety or the safety of our volunteers.
While refusing again to say if [Bradley] Manning was a source for WikiLeaks, Assange said today that he is far more concerned about Mannings security than his own.
One of our alleged sources is apparently detained in Kuwait, and thats a serious situation, Assange said.
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Someone (Not you, Diogenesis) needs to turn on their brain and clearly state the alleged “treason”. I recall that treason is aid and comfort to the enemy in time of war. Has the Constitutional definition changed?
Also: Treason is when an American citizen commits acts against America. Assange is a citizen of Australia, so, like Obama, the correct term is “Enemy Alien”.