Should Julian Assange Get the Medal of Freedom?
Larry Klayman looks at Trump's 'flipping' on WikiLeaks, arrested founder
By Larry Klayman
April 14, 2019
The arrest of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, last week was greeted by the usual and expected cheers of the corrupt political establishments of both political parties, Republican and Democrat. Assange, having given Edward Snowden a platform and voice to expose the biggest scandal and outrage in American history — the wholesale mass surveillance by our so-called government of hundreds of millions of citizens without probable cause (not to mention President Trump, his family and colleagues) — is now about to pay the price at the hands of those felonious government hacks who approved of or furthered this illegality.
Having learned of this unconstitutional criminality by the Obama-era intel czars — it actually began in a more limited way under former President Geroge W. Bush — former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John Brennan, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and the equally unethical former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation James Comey — using Snowden's information, I went to court for Freedom Watch and obtained two preliminary injunctions ordering that this "spying" — yes, spying — cease and desist. In so doing, the presiding judge, the Honorable Richard J. Leon of the federal bench in Washington, D.C., found this to not just be a violation of the Fourth Amendment of our little-adhered-to Constitution, but "almost Orwellian."
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