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Tucker visits Julian Assange in Belmarsh prison

Tucker Carlson visited imprisoned journalist Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison today.

He was accompanied by Assange’s wife Stella. Social media reaction speculated over the purpose of the meeting, with some believing an interview with Assange may be on the cards.

Wikileaks tweeted:

‘Julian Assange, facing a 175 year sentence if extradited to the US for exposing war crimes, receives visit from today as announcement of hearing at Royal Courts of Justice expected imminently #FreeAssange #JournalismIsNotACrime.’

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  1. So much for free speech and investigative journalism in the UK and USA….they have no idea what a democracy even is….Australia needs to grow a pair too and demand his return….

  2. It’s not about exposing war crimes, it’s about the Podesta emails, implying child sex trafficking.
    If Mr. Assange was not incarcerated, he surely would’ve died in a plane crash or fiery car crash.
    Even before those emails, images and videos were being pulled from the dark web and posted.
    Many saw them ( I as well) before they were taken down.
    Australian Adam Britton was just convicted of sexually abusing and killing dogs.
    Yes, there are people who do that same thing to children!

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