Assange in a lot of pain and thinner, Julian Assange partner and children visit in Belmarsh Prison August 24, 2020, Assange knows truth about DNC leak and Seth Rich involvement
“Why John Brennan, Peter Strzok and DOJ Needed Julian Assange Arrested”…The Conservative Treehouse November 3, 2019
“Re: Seth Rich, keep an eye on the National Security Division of the Justice Department. As you can see from the federal complaint, the NSD ignored a FOIA request that I filed back in 2018 for records about Seth Rich. And look at Paragraph 16, plus Exhibit 8. I think NSD is playing a bigger role in the “Russian hacking” narrative than most of us understood. By sending Seth Rich records there, it’s easier to keep things classified. So why would a “street robbery” investigation need to be classified?”…Attorney Ty Clevenger July 22, 2020
“Assange testimony requested in Rich v Butowsky et al August 24, 2020”…Citizen Wells
From The Daily Mail.
“Julian Assange’s partner says he is in ‘a lot of pain’ and ‘a lot thinner’ after she visited him in Belmarsh prison with their two children for the first time in six months
- Stella Moris took Gabriel, three, and Max, one, to visit their father in the prison
- She said he was ‘in a lot of pain’ and thinner than when she last saw him in March
- Family wore face masks and visors in 20-minute meeting and could not touch
Julian Assange’s partner has said he is in ‘a lot of pain’ after she visited him in Belmarsh Prison for the first time in almost six months.
Stella Moris took the couple’s two children Gabriel, three, and Max, one, to meet their ‘much thinner’ father at the south-east London prison today.
The WikiLeaks founder, 49, is awaiting an extradition hearing on behalf of the US government, which is due to start at the Old Bailey on September 7. “
“The US stepped up its case at the ’11th hour’ earlier this month after submitting further allegations against the 49-year-old which would see him spending even longer behind bars.
Florence Iveson, representing Assange, said the 33-page submission was ‘astonishing’ and ‘potentially abusive’, claiming the US was ‘seeking to add a considerable amount of conduct and seeking to extend the case significantly’.
Ms Moris has launched a crowdfunding appeal to try to raise £600,000 towards the cost of fighting extradition, with Assange’s legal costs already surpassing £500,000.”