Russell Brand Highlights Discovery That The Judge Set To Rule On Julian Assange’s Extradition Case Represented MI6’s Interests And The Ministry of Defense

Russell Brand Highlights Discovery That The Judge Set To Rule On Julian Assange’s Extradition Case Represented MI6’s Interests And The Ministry of Defense
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It seems that the whole truth is slowly getting out regarding the case of Julian Assange. Russell Brand addressed on his show something that has been leaked for a while via X. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Russell Brand on the case of Julian Assange

Here’s what Brand posted on X:

“As it’s discovered that the judge set to rule on the Assange extradition case was previously paid to represent the interests of MI6 and the Ministry of Defence – whose activities WikiLeaks has exposed – what are the chances of a fair hearing for Julian Assange?”

Someone stated the following: “The chances of a fair hearing for Julian Assange are as likely as finding unbiased reporting in the NY Times. It’s clear that the judge’s previous ties to MI6 & the Ministry of Defence raise serious concerns about impartiality. Assange should receive the fair trial he deserves.”

DeclassifiedUK has recently noted that “one of the two High Court judges who will rule on Julian Assange’s bid to stop his extradition to the US represented the UK’s Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) and the Ministry of Defence, Declassified has found.”

They continued and pointed out the following:

“Justice Jeremy Johnson has also been a specially vetted barrister, cleared by the UK authorities to access top secret information.

Johnson will sit with Dame Victoria Sharp, his senior judge, to decide the fate of the WikiLeaks co-founder. If extradited, Assange faces a maximum sentence of 175 years.”

We suggest that you check out the complete article that DeclassifiedUK has posted.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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