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Moore claims that WikiLeaks has saved lives. He doesn’t mention the lives it has taken by exposing people who have helped the U.S. and our Soldiers in war zones. But that’s another matter altogether, I’m sure. He writes:
I am publicly offering the assistance of my website, my servers, my domain names and anything else I can do to keep WikiLeaks alive and thriving as it continues its work to expose the crimes that were concocted in secret and carried out in our name and with our tax dollars
Moore tweeted, ‘I’m posting bail money for J Assange today. I wont [sic] stand by and be a witness to a railroading’.
Bail for Assange, 39-years-old, has been set by a judge in the Westminster Magistrates Court in London at $315,000. He is jailed on an international arrest warrant issued by Sweden. Some assume Sweden issued the arrest warrant under duress from the United States. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is said to be looking into whether or not Assange can be charged for espionage in the United States.
Moore rages about Conservative politicians who have lambasted Assange for the leaked State Department and Defense Department documents. However, he apparently forgot about the left-leaning politicians who have also condemned Assange. Most of the documents that Assange released into the public have shed an unflattering light on the Obama Administration and Hillary Clinton’s State Department in particular.
Michael Moore has committed $20,000 towards paying Assange’s bond.
Swedish prosecutors have appealed to the U.K. courts to revoke bail for Assange so that issue will have to be ruled on before he can post bail and walk out of jail as presumably disappear as he has so many times before.
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