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Judge In Assange Case EXPOSED, Troubling New Details Emerge About His History

This is how ‘democracy’ dies—not at the Washington Post’s fancy, but due to the clear corruption, regulatory capture, and play-to-play politics that are destroying our Western societies from within.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is currently facing extradition to the United States for his role in exposing the deep state.

We could call them extradition proceedings, but, in reality, Assange is essentially on trial for his life.

New, troubling details have emerged regarding the British judge overseeing the Assange extradition case.

According to sources, Justice Jeremey Johnson previously represented the British intelligence agency MI6 and the British Ministry of Defense as a private attorney.

These entities are the English equivalent of what we in the MAGA movement would call the deep state. Can Assange get a fair trial from a deep state clerk? Russell Brand and others asked the same question:

Zero Hedge shared this article from Consortium News, exposing Justice Jeremy Johnson:

As a barrister, in 2007 he represented MI6 as an observer during the inquests into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed.

Johnson worked alongside Robin Tam QC, previously described by legal directories as a barrister who “does an enormous amount of often sensitive work” for the U.K. government.

At the time, Foreign Office sources could not recall “a previous occasion when MI6 [had] appointed lawyers to an inquest”.

Many decried Judge Johnson’s prior history and demanded that he recuse himself from the proceedings against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Russia Today shared this statement from legendary, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters regarding Johnson:

“These people don’t believe in the rule of law,” the legendary rocker continued, referring to senior judges Victoria Sharp and Jeremy Johnson, who will ultimately decide whether to grant Assange another appeal.

“They believe in the ruling class, and they believe they are servants of the ruling class. And they will do whatever they are told,” he declared.

“It’s becoming more and more transparent to we, the people…that they are full of s**t.”


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