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Sex, Lies and Julian Assange

Four Corners looks at claims that the United States is working hard to unearth evidence that would lead to a charge of “conspiracy to commit espionage” being made against Assange – which in turn would be used to facilitate his extradition from Sweden to the United States. The program also documents the harassment experienced by Assange’s supporters across the globe – including his Australian lawyer – and the FBI’s attempts to convince some to give evidence against him.

Four Corners has gone back to Sweden, where the drama began, to pin down what actually happened there, and take a closer look at the inconsistencies in the various versions of events.

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7 Responses to Sex, Lies and Julian Assange

  1. Ariadna Theokopoulos July 25, 2012 at 6:49 pm #

    “A Little Sex, Lots of Lies and Julian Assange” — the poor thing did not get to have all that much before all hell broke loose. It will be interesting to see the next chapter.

  2. who_me July 26, 2012 at 7:41 am #

    wikileaks and assange’s rep is mostly hype. jewish run media hype.

    the film the title of this article was taken from, “sex, lies and videotape” was poor quality cinema hyped with the promise of something sexually explicit. the film wasn’t sexually explicit, it wasn’t anything but poor quality cinema. in other words, they used false advertising about graphic sex to sell a crappy b-movie about some wanker.

    i wonder if the allusion was subconscious? :D

  3. Jay Knott July 26, 2012 at 12:26 pm #

    Julian Assange is a gatekeeper, a controlled asset of the New World Order, and a political whore of the biggest conspiracy of them all. He interviewed Guantanamo Bay survivors – http://tinyurl.com/csjr272 – without even asking if September 11th was carried out by Israel or the USA. The Swedish feminists who are trying to get him framed up for rape, and the American right-wing politicians who are trying to get him killed, are playing a double game – making it look as if he’s credible – to cover up for his role as a controlled opposition patsy/black helicopter pilot. This ‘Four Corners’ documentary is all part of the same false flag operation.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos July 26, 2012 at 1:27 pm #

      The growing rejection and ridicule under which the Boxcutter Boys’ Conspiracy Theory is struggling is going to be the death of you, Jay, unless you just let it go and make your health a higher priority.

      • Jay Knott July 27, 2012 at 8:29 am #

        If Atzmon’s followers all believed merely that Princess Diana was murdered by MI5, I think I would “let it go”. It would be a harmless fantasy. The “‘Boxcutter Boys Conspiracy Theory’ conspiracy theory”, the conspiracy theory about the official 9/11 conspiracy theory, which you actually do believe in, is not. So no, I won’t “let it go”. I’m writing an article about Atzmon, cults and circularity.

        “Growing rejection and ridicule”. I’m not sure belief in ‘9/11 truth’ has increased much in the last ten years. Maybe it has. But science is not a democracy. Serious geeks – such as theregister.co.uk – ‘reject and ridicule official’ narratives. Like global warming, and many aspects of official theories about terrorism. But they don’t reject the story of the Muslim terrorists armed with boxcutters.

        • who_me July 27, 2012 at 8:35 am #

          “If Atzmon’s followers all believed merely that Princess Diana was murdered by MI5, I think I would “let it go”. It would be a harmless fantasy. The “‘Boxcutter Boys Conspiracy Theory’ conspiracy theory”, the conspiracy theory about the official 9/11 conspiracy theory, which you actually do believe in, is not. So no, I won’t “let it go”.”

          naturally, the diana “conspiracy” doesn’t theaten jp, outing the 9/11 attackers is a huge threat to jp. you know your threats. and speaking of threats:

          “I’m writing an article about Atzmon, cults and circularity.”

          lol

          “atzmon’s followers”? you think this is some sort of gilad atzmon cult site, jay? :D

      • Jay Knott July 27, 2012 at 8:38 am #

        Here’s The Register’s leading author on the global warming scare, Andrew Orlowski. He knows a conspiracy when he sees one. He also knows when he doesn’t see one: http://tinyurl.com/cmv96kd

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