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Lee Camp: 18 Ways Julian Assange Changed the World

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Julian Assange has been arrested and is now locked away in British custody. The U.S. government wants to extradite him, regardless of the official version, for the crime of revealing our government’s crimes. Nearly every government on our third rock from the sun despises the man for bringing transparency to the process of ruling the unwashed masses. 

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LIke you never heard that G W Bush committed a much worse crime by attacking Iraq than his soldiers could. If you were persistent in attacking Bush like the government was in attacking Assange there would be no Assange case.

Submitted on Monday, Jun 10, 2019 at 11:40:18 PM

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