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actors_of_a_persecution [2020/06/25 03:01]
editor118 added Alexander P. Berrang
actors_of_a_persecution [2020/08/01 15:18] (current)
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 Baraitser declared: “In my view I have substantial ground for believing if I release you, you will abscond again.” Baraitser declared: “In my view I have substantial ground for believing if I release you, you will abscond again.”
  
-Baraitser’s ruling was based on the fraudulent claim that Assange illegitimately “absconded” on bail in 2012. In reality, Assange exercised his right, protected under international law, to seek political asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy.  +Baraitser’s ruling was based on the fraudulent claim that Assange illegitimately “absconded” on bail in 2012. In reality, Assange exercised his right, protected under international law, to seek political asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy.
  
 +According to an investigation by [[https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-31-uk-government-refuses-to-release-information-about-assange-judge-who-has-96-extradition-record/|Declassified UK]], published in July 2020, Baraitser has "a 96% extradition record from publicly available evidence," where "six of the extraditions, or 26% of the rulings, were successfully appealed."
 ==== Judge Snow ==== ==== Judge Snow ====
  
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