• US admits: We've got no evidence on Julian Assange
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[QUOTE=Governor Goblin;34888132]That was the biggest load of horseshit thrown at him.[/QUOTE] Rape is a very serious thing that should be dealt with but it did come at a rather suspect time.
In other news the sun is warm. (About time they admitted it.)
[QUOTE=SKEEA;34887869]Would it really make your day better to know my flight logs or have access to my technical manuals? Most likely not.[/QUOTE] That's a nice strawman. You deserve the same privacy as any other dude in a private organization so long as that when shit hits the fan, everybody can be held accountable for their actions to the taxpayers. Thing is, right now, the military can't be touched. [URL="http://www.gao.gov/press/financial_report_2011dec23.html"]Two years in a row, the DoD has been impossible to audit financially.[/URL] [URL="http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/29/audit-u-s-defense-department-cant-account-for-billions-for-iraq/"]Money has a way of just sorta disappearing.[/URL] There needs to be more transparency than there is now, and citizens have a right to be angry and attempt to do investigation of their own when the government fails to do it for them.
[QUOTE=Xenocidebot;34891967]That's a nice strawman. You deserve the same privacy as any other dude in a private organization so long as that when shit hits the fan, everybody can be held accountable for their actions to the taxpayers. Thing is, right now, the military can't be touched. [URL="http://www.gao.gov/press/financial_report_2011dec23.html"]Two years in a row, the DoD has been impossible to audit financially.[/URL] [URL="http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/29/audit-u-s-defense-department-cant-account-for-billions-for-iraq/"]Money has a way of just sorta disappearing.[/URL] There needs to be more transparency than there is now, and citizens have a right to be angry and attempt to do investigation of their own when the government fails to do it for them.[/QUOTE] Exactly, we deserve the right to know about people that hold nuclear codes and such.
Yet he's still Public Enemy #1.
[QUOTE=Kendra;34900177]Yet he's still Public Enemy #1.[/QUOTE] Its the corporations that titled him that, everyone I know (public-wise) loves him
Can you be arrested for delivering corny one-liners to prostitutes? If so, he's still in big trouble.
[QUOTE=Mingebox;34900360]Can you be arrested for delivering corny one-liners to prostitutes? If so, he's still in big trouble.[/QUOTE] Well so far, that's the only thing they have on him.
well hey, sometime last year wasn't there a politician or someone talking about how they might just have to make up new laws that cover stuff he's done in the past, because current laws don't? and then just apply them retrospectively?
[QUOTE=Uber|nooB;34900475]well hey, sometime last year wasn't there a politician or someone talking about how they might just have to make up new laws that cover stuff he's done in the past, because current laws don't? and then just apply them retrospectively?[/QUOTE] No hope left in humanity -.- [editline]28th February 2012[/editline] Now this will hopefully mean they wont extradite him to sweden where he is 99.99% likely to be further extradited to the US
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