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View Poll Results: Should C-D posters be arrested for re-posting Wikileaks info?
Darn tootin'. Lock up the cyber terrorists. 15 15.15%
No way. Let freedom ring. 80 80.81%
Diggedy. Oh, still not sure. 4 4.04%
Voters: 99. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 10-24-2016, 08:16 AM
 
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OMG


people have gone nuts! --you cannot talk sense to nuts- you all were warned - if the dog bites- some one petted him
While there is no means to properly validate the DNC murder, the fact is that this current government does hate free speech as Obama and his administration are on record of going after such in multiple cases, including threatening news sources and as we found out through the IRS scandal, using government resources to silence and harass political opponents. Even recently Obama has stated he would like to see freedom of speech moderated to be more "fair". It is not a surprise they are trying to shut down wikileaks as it is showing the world all the nasty corruption that this administration is involved in. What is nuts is that we are continuing to allow this.

If you are saying this isn't happening, then you are likely extremely uninformed or devious in motive.
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Old 10-24-2016, 08:21 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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While there is no means to properly validate the DNC murder, the fact is that this current government does hate free speech as Obama and his administration are on record of going after such in multiple cases, including threatening news sources and as we found out through the IRS scandal, using government resources to silence and harass political opponents. Even recently Obama has stated he would like to see freedom of speech moderated to be more "fair". It is not a surprise they are trying to shut down wikileaks as it is showing the world all the nasty corruption that this administration is involved in. What is nuts is that we are continuing to allow this.

If you are saying this isn't happening, then you are likely extremely uninformed or devious in motive.
Great post and very true. We can see clearly what happens to people like Assuage who try to expose US government corruption.
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Old 10-24-2016, 10:31 AM
 
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just plead the Hillary.
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Old 10-24-2016, 12:04 PM
 
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That doesn't matter. He resides in an embassy that United States has no jurisdiction. If charges were levied against Assange, then Assange situation would be no more different than Chinese hackers that United has charged. Problem is China won't hand them over. Nor will Venezuela hand over Assange. The same applies to Snowden and Russia. For all purpose Assange is immune to prosecution.
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