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    (Original post by DaveSmith99)
    Well the swedish government didnt have enough evidence months ago when the case was closed, or when Assange was trying to set up meetings with the prosecutor but was ignored. They just suddenly happened to find some more a few hours after wikileaks released the national security locations list, which just happened to be at the same time the US government were pressuring companies into shutting down Assange's accounts.

    Its so blindingly obvious what is happening here.
    So a law office cocks up and did not have enough evidence at the time and decides its not ready to arrest him? Big deal it does happen from time to time.

    The extra diction process means the US has about 10 days starting from when he was first arrested to make a extradition request. By pressuring Sweden to arrest him it actually makes things more difficult for the US government to do anything.

    Plus Sweden is not some banana republic the government will find it has very very little influence over the case meaning that if their is no evidence or a good case against him he will be found not guilty.

    I would't bother believing in the conspiracies. If the US wanted him dead the man would be in a bag somewhere by now not in some rushed court case that works against the US
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    FTW? That's what you get for shunning Wikileaks, we need ****ing governments in the world held to account.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    So a law office cocks up and did not have enough evidence at the time and decides its not ready to arrest him? Big deal it does happen from time to time.

    The extra diction process means the US has about 10 days starting from when he was first arrested to make a extradition request. By pressuring Sweden to arrest him it actually makes things more difficult for the US government to do anything.

    Plus Sweden is not some banana republic the government will find it has very very little influence over the case meaning that if their is no evidence or a good case against him he will be found not guilty.

    I would't bother believing in the conspiracies. If the US wanted him dead the man would be in a bag somewhere by now not in some rushed court case that works against the US
    So you do think it just happens to be a coincidence and this would be happening even if wikileaks weren't releasing the the cables?

    Its being rushed as the US want him silenced as quickly as possible without the insurance file key being released.
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    This is pretty awesome!
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    (Original post by DaveSmith99)
    So you do think it just happens to be a coincidence and this would be happening even if wikileaks weren't releasing the the cables?

    Its being rushed as the US want him silenced as quickly as possible without the insurance file key being released.
    This will not silence him though. Even if it does the information will still get out no doubt he has contingencies for this kind of thing. Its not to hard for him to give a memo stick with the cables to someone else who can go to any media outlet.

    It could be a coincidence. Maybe the US did put pressure on Sweden to move with legitimate charges.

    All will likely come out with the court case.
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    (Original post by 01010000 01001010)
    It's a shame Wikileaks is still down as well. All for nothing, GG 4chon.
    Over 1200 mirrors at the last count.

    http://www.wikileaks.ch/mirrors.html

    Its impossible to stop this information.

    Hell, I'll offer to host a mirror on my desktop.



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    :rofl: Fukken saved
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    (Original post by Srxjer)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11935539

    Not just their website, but their payment services. LOL.

    2,300 in the IRC channel, 1,700 in the Hive. Absolutely EPIC.
    Hey, how do you access Wikileaks IRC?
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    Assange is an attention seeking **** head. Ever wonder why he waits until he and his site are out of media attention before releasing more documents? Ever wonder why he waits so long before releasing documents? He wants the attention. He doesn't really give a **** about this 'transparency' or 'freedom of information' bull everyone thinks he does. ****ing attention whore.
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    take down paypal please, those greedy ****ers.
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    They got the address of one of the "raped" girls and are ordering her a ****load of pizzas too
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    (Original post by Broderss)
    Assange is an attention seeking **** head. Ever wonder why he waits until he and his site are out of media attention before releasing more documents? Ever wonder why he waits so long before releasing documents? He wants the attention. He doesn't really give a **** about this 'transparency' or 'freedom of information' bull everyone thinks he does. ****ing attention whore.
    Maybe so.
    But what hes releasing is still very important. And it truly shows just how ****ing worthless the americans are to this world.
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    There are some things money can't buy. For Everything else there is <ping timeout>
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    Surely its illegal to launch that type of hacker attack on another website
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    (Original post by Law123mus)
    I know what it is, I was joking. Plus why should I be careful. All they can do is hack into my computer, steal my identity, steal my money from my bank account, use my identity to commit crimes resulting in me being locked up for a long time. Pft do i look bothered?
    You're an idiot.

    I hope they do hack you :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by BackDoorEntry)
    I have tried looking at /b/ a few times now.

    I simply can't make sense of it! All the porn doesn't help either lmao -__-
    the same
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