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 **//S01E02 - The Empire Keeps on Striking//** **//S01E02 - The Empire Keeps on Striking//**
  
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 ===== What We Know Already =====  ===== What We Know Already ===== 
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 Assange's extradition hearing, started on [[usa_vs_julian_assange_extradition_hearing_part_1_24-28_feb|Feb 24th-28th 2020]] will continue **for two to three weeks, on September 7th**. Assange's extradition hearing, started on [[usa_vs_julian_assange_extradition_hearing_part_1_24-28_feb|Feb 24th-28th 2020]] will continue **for two to three weeks, on September 7th**.
  
-As with previous episode, the Westminster Court of Magistrates (and the judge [[actors_of_a_persecution#judge_baraitser|Vanessa Baraitser]], doing the front job for her boss [[actors_of_a_persecution#judge_arbuthnot|Emma Arbuthnot]]) is likely to deport itself physically to another court location. +As with previous episode, the Westminster Court of Magistrates (and the judge [[actors_of_a_persecution#judge_baraitser|Vanessa Baraitser]], doing the front job for her boss [[actors_of_a_persecution#judge_arbuthnot|Emma Arbuthnot]]) will deport itself physically to another court location: Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court of London
  
-This time we know it is very likely **it won't be in Woolwich Crown Court**, which is adjacent to [[belmarsh_high-security_prison|HMP Belmarsh]] high-security prison, where Julian Assange is being illegally kept.+This time we know **it won't be in Woolwich Crown Court**, which is adjacent to [[belmarsh_high-security_prison|HMP Belmarsh]] high-security prison, where Julian Assange is being illegally kept.
  
 ==== Where Precisely Will the Extradition Hearing be Held? ==== ==== Where Precisely Will the Extradition Hearing be Held? ====
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-Hearing is likely to be held at [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=51.5155&mlon=-0.1018#map=16/51.5155/-0.1018|Old Bailey]]+Hearing is likely to be held at [[https://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=51.5155&mlon=-0.1018#map=16/51.5155/-0.1018|Old Bailey]], the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales (commonly called the Old Bailey, after the street on which it stands), in Central London. 
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 === How to get there? ===  === How to get there? === 
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 +City Thameslink, Farringdon
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 +St Paul's
  
 Stay tuned for information about mutualized/organized trips to the hearing... Stay tuned for information about mutualized/organized trips to the hearing...
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 It may be up to three weeks, as the UK is trying hard to maintain the appearance of fair and impartial proceedings, despite all evidence that this is a mockery of justice. Proceedings could be shorter (on February they were scheduled to last for 5 days and ended up during only 3.5, the prosecution having surprisingly little -always the same- things to say...). It may be up to three weeks, as the UK is trying hard to maintain the appearance of fair and impartial proceedings, despite all evidence that this is a mockery of justice. Proceedings could be shorter (on February they were scheduled to last for 5 days and ended up during only 3.5, the prosecution having surprisingly little -always the same- things to say...).
  
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 ==== How the Public will be Able to Attend? ==== ==== How the Public will be Able to Attend? ====
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 ==== Is anything of this even legal? ==== ==== Is anything of this even legal? ====
  
-The [[https://challengepower.info/superseding_indictment_-_24-06-2020|superceding indictment]] has apparently not even been officially sent to the court, nor the defense. Is it even part of the proceedings? Or are the proceedings now working on the basis of a US indictment that no longer has legal force?+The [[https://challengepower.info/superseding_indictment_-_24-06-2020|superceding indictment]] has apparently not even been officially sent to the court, nor the defense. Is it even part of the proceedings? Or are the proceedings now working on the basis of a US indictment that no longer has legal force? It's not anyways like if the UK demonstrated any sort of attachment to legality, the respect of international treaties, or even the appearance of impartial justice so far...
  
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