FBI Sting Entraps Another Victim - by Stephen Lendman
In December 2007, an article titled Police State America: A Look Back and Ahead discussed the growing threat, accessed through the following link:
It reviewed post-9/11 legislation and a blizzard of Bush Executive Orders, National and Homeland Security Presidential Directives, and other ways of enforcing police state harshness by eroding constitutional protections.
One way is by silencing truth, notably against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, jailed in London on a European arrest warrant for Sweden where he's wanted for unlawful coercion, sexual molestation and rape. In fact, it's for allegedly having sex without a condom, despite no evidence proving wrongdoing. He strongly denies it, calling the charges politically motivated.
Moreover, since when is condomless or consensual sex illegal, whether or not he cohabited with two female accusers, snaring him in a honey trap. It likely was hatched in Washington or by complicit US allies to attack WikiLeaks by imprisoning or perhaps killing him, even though others are releasing cables daily in his absence.
On December 9, RAI Novosti headlined, "Kremlin suggests WikiLeaks founder for Nobel (Peace) Prize," according to an unnamed Kremlin source. He also tops an online Time Person of the Year poll, the selection to be announced in mid-December.
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