For Every Democratic Country, there is a Nasty Place After their Backyard for Interrogation, EU?

For Every Democratic Countries, there is a Nasty Place After their Backyard, for Interrogation and Torturing, Isn't Julian Assange Case not Enough to Prove it..?


European Parliament Adopted a Resolution in Regards to Human Rights Situation in Eritrea, and the Government Respond "an Intrusive & Vitriolic "Resolution", betrays apparent frustration stemming from utter failure of the "Regime Change" policies that it has pursued in past 20 years.


How About If Sweden Immediately Drop the Politically Motivated Subject of Sexual Assault Allegations over "Wikileaks" Journalist "Julian Assange" and the Warrant for International Arrest, and United States government Extradition Trial in Charge of Espionage Act?


Here is What you don't know about Julian Assange and His Injustice Case:

Julian Paul Assange born on 3 July 1971, and he is an Australian editor, publisher, and activist who founded WikiLeaks in 2006.


WikiLeaks came to international attention in 2010 when it published a series of leaks provided by U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning.


These leaks included the Baghdad airstrike Collateral Murder video (April 2010), the Afghanistan war logs (July 2010), the Iraq war logs (October 2010), and Cablegate (November 2010).


After the 2010 leaks, the United States government launched a criminal investigation into WikiLeaks.


Assange visited Sweden in August 2010. During his visit, he became the subject of "Wikileaks, CIA Cable Classified Documents", and not only, but also a Conspired sexual assault allegations from two women.


In November 2010, Sweden issued an international arrest warrant for Assange over allegations of sexual assault.


Assange denied the allegations, and said they were a pretext for him to be extradited from Sweden to the United States because of his role in publishing secret American documents.


After failing in his battle against extradition to Sweden, he breached bail and took refuge in the Embassy of Ecuador in London in June 2012.


He was granted asylum by Ecuador on the grounds of political persecution, with the presumption that if he was extradited to Sweden, he would be eventually extradited to the US.


In July 2016, WikiLeaks released documents from the Democratic National Committee showing that it favoured Hillary Clinton’s campaign and had tried to undercut Bernie Sanders, leading to the resignation of party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.


In 2018, Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged twelve Russian intelligence officers with computer hacking and working with WikiLeaks and other organisations to disseminate the documents.


Assange denied any co-operation with Russia in relation to the leaks.


On 11 April 2019, Assange's asylum was withdrawn following a series of disputes with the Ecuadorian authorities.


And, the Metropolitan Police were invited into the embassy and arrested Assange in connection with his failure to surrender to the court in June 2012 for extradition to Sweden.


Revoking of Assange's asylum from Ecuadorian Embassy was connected to an upcoming decision by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to grant Ecuador a $4.2 billion loan.


Assange is incarcerated in HM Prison Belmarsh, reportedly in ill health.


On 23 May 2019, the United States government further charged Assange with violating the Espionage Act of 1917.


On 2 May 2019, hearings began into the US government's request to extradite him. A decision on extradition is expected on 4 January 2021.


After examining Assange on 9 May 2019, the United Nations special rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Nils Melzer, concluded that "in addition to physical ailments, Mr Assange showed all symptoms typical for prolonged exposure to psychological torture, including extreme stress, chronic anxiety and intense psychological trauma."


On 21 October 2019, Assange appeared at the court for a case management hearing. When District Judge Vanessa Baraitser asked about his understanding of the proceedings, Assange replied:


"I don't understand how this is equitable. This superpower had 10 years to prepare for this case and I can't access my writings. It's very difficult where I am to do anything but these people have unlimited resources. They are saying journalists and whistleblowers are enemies of the people. They have unfair advantages dealing with documents. They [know] the interior of my life with my psychologist. They steal my children's DNA. This is not equitable what is happening here", Said.


Eritrea|n Government Respond over the European Parliament Resolution in Regards to Human Rights. The Statement said;


The European Parliament adopted an intrusive & vitriolic "Resolution" on Eritrea in its session yesterday. The outlandish content & tone of the Resolution betrays apparent frustration stemming from utter failure of the "regime change" policies that it has pursued in past 20 years


What is more galling is its temerity & illusion to dictate offensive terms/conditions on sovereign countries. This is all the while as it is endlessly whingeing on presumed "cyber-attacks" & "interferences in the internal affairs of its Member States" by other powerful countries.


Finally;

Wikileaks helped us a lot. Wikileaks evidently cleared the term "Regime Change" policies and implementation procedures for our Country, Eritrea. Such remarkable contribution by the truthful journalist Julian Assange should be admired and let's join the international community to get him justice, not to face extradition trial.


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