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editor113 [Snowden docs reveal covert surveillance and pressure tactics aimed at WikiLeaks & supporters]
spying_on_assange_inside_the_ecuadorian_embassy [2020/04/24 02:08] (current)
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 The usual remedy for warrantless surveillance is to exclude any illegally obtained information from the trial, but that remedy is inapplicable here. The government’s advantage in surveilling Assange is not the acquisition of tangible evidence but, rather, intangible insights into Assange’s legal strategy. There is no way, therefore, to give Assange a fair trial, since his opponents will know every move he will make. The usual remedy for warrantless surveillance is to exclude any illegally obtained information from the trial, but that remedy is inapplicable here. The government’s advantage in surveilling Assange is not the acquisition of tangible evidence but, rather, intangible insights into Assange’s legal strategy. There is no way, therefore, to give Assange a fair trial, since his opponents will know every move he will make.
  
-When Assange begins his extradition hearing, this will be part of his argument — that the CIA’s misbehavior violates his human rights by depriving him of his right to a fair trial.+In Assange´s extradition hearing, this is a part of his argument — that the CIA’s misbehavior violates his human rights by depriving him of his right to a fair trial.
  
 https://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-justice/477939-will-cia-misbehavior-set-julian-assange-free https://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-justice/477939-will-cia-misbehavior-set-julian-assange-free
  
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