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  • Adam J
    5 days ago

    Replying to @Reuters

    From the reasons for revoking #Assagne's asylum that #Equador gave to the press it can be understood that one man terrorised an independent country's embassy for several years. I mean, for goodness' sake, they could have come up with a something better.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Yeah it will subside soon. They'll turn their attention elsewhere. But it does prove Assange involvement in global hacking activities. And now I'll shut up coz I don't wanna be next.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    So Assange is hacking them all from prison now????

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    They want to know how long they were talking to the Fuzz

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    So, if you keep attaching his name to stories of crimes committed by strangers, as you’re doing, most newspaper reading people will begin to (wrongly) believe him guilty of something or another. He’ll be believed to be guilty before any trial related to those he’s accused of.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Ecuador had no obligation to keep this guy in their embassy forever...they were right to throw him out...now he can make his case in public.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    More than doubled i think you'll find. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Cry me a river 🙄

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Have you attempted to hack Ecuador since Assange was arrested?

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