Rohrabacher Denies Offering Assange A Pardon From President Trump

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Former U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher has denied all reports that he allegedly pardoned WikiLeaks founder Assange on behalf of President Trump. The White House called the allegations “a complete fabrication and a total lie. “

Rohrabacher said this at a meeting at the Equador Embassy in London in August 2017, he offered Assange to lobby for a pardon if the founder of WikiLeaks provided him with information on how he came into possession of stolen Democrat party e-mails. “At no time did I talk to President Trump about Julian Assange. Likewise, I was not directed by Trump or anyone Else connected with him to meet Julian Assange,” he said in a statement.

Julian Assange has been held on rem and in bel Marsh Prison since last September, after service a 50-week jail sentence for breaching jail conditionaliteit.

He went into the Ecuador Ian Embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden on allegations of sexual offense, which Assange always denied and which were later dropped. There are signs that Assange was psychologically torchured in the Equador Ian Embassy as multiple psychiatrists said he showed the symptoms of someone that has been under psychologically torture.

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Julian Assange speaking to the press at the Equador Ian Embassy

The 18 charges faced by Mr Assange include conspiring to commit computer intrusion. Assange’s extradition hearing is due to begin at Woolwich Crown Court on Monday, starting with a week of legal argument. It is then due to be adjourned before resuming on May 18.

The Wiki Leaks founder is facing 175 years in Prison if found guilty.


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