Assange’s US charge has nothing to do with Clinton emails, Seth Rich

The arrest of Julian Assange last week after being thrown out of the Ecuadorean embassy in London has so many moving parts that there is much confusion over what it means.

The Swedish authorities dropped the original charges against him for an alleged date rape. The London police have him on a process charge of failing to show up for a hearing concerning the extradition on the Swedish charge.

The US has a single federal indictment in eastern Virginia district on unauthorized access of a computer saying Assange allegedly helped then-Bradley Manning crack a password.

The feds do not have hard evidence it was Assange on the other end of the computer working with Manning. The Obama administration commuted Manning sentence, so there is no pressure on Manning to testify in the case.

Nevertheless, the feds are seeking extradition to the US on the charge, which was filed by the Trump Justice department in 2018. The feds are also seeking an extension to the statute of limitation on the charge through a global terrorism exemption.

So what does this all mean? If the case goes forward, there will be no mention of Clinton campaign emails, no mention of how Wikileaks came by the emails. No Seth Rich, no Russian hack, nothing to do with the 2016 release of data.That will not be part of any Assange trial.

I do look for a rather quick decision by the London courts to grant extradition since the US has the strongest — albeit weak in evidence — charge against Assange.

However the end game on this chess match is very unclear right now.

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Do them Dems really want Assange to talk?

I found it very funny that on Wednesday the Attorney General of the United States William Barr told a Senate committee he had a belief that the Trump presidential campaign was spied upon.

While this should have created a media firestorm, mainstream media ignored the story for the most part as I wrote Thursday about the New York Times coverage.

Nevertheless, the Deep State needed to assure there would be little coverage going forward, so after seven years of being holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy Julian Assange was thrown out by the South American country and arrested by London police.

with that the Friday morning news is all about Assange with no follow-up on AG Barr’s comments. Case closed for now.

We know from the Q drops that Assange has plenty of information regarding illegal acts perpetrated by the Democrats leading into the 2016 election including Hillary Clinton’s illegal computer server containing classified information.

The Clinton campaign alleged that the Russians hacked the illegal server and that’s how Wikileaks obtained all the emails, but from the drops we are told that a staffer downloaded the files to a thumb drive.

That staffer was Seth Rich, who was murdered in an “attempted robbery” in DC¬† on Sunday, July 10, 2016, at 4:20 am. Nothing was taken from him in the robbery. His wallet, phone and keys were all found in his possession. His death is still an unsolved case in DC.

So now that Assange is in custody in London and the Department of Justice is making an application to have him brought to the US to face charges related to how Wikileaks obtained other classified information through Chelsea Manning’s hacks.

Will we also find out more information on the Clinton campaign’s pre-2016 election crimes?

Time will tell.