Julian Assange Not Dead After Run In With Met Police
JULIAN Assange was hiding out in London. The Met Police knew where he was. He was not selling newspapers under the alias Ian Tomlinson, wearing a Millwall top and walking through a crowd in The City, and so able to be despatched with minimal fuss.
He was not dressed as a swarthy, fari-dodging electrician from Brazil called Jean Charles de Menezes., and was thus not shot many times in the head.
He was not posing as a burley Glaswegian by the name of Harry Stanley. He was not carrying a coffee table leg in a plastic bag, that looks a bit like a gun if you are a police marksman with a squint.
He was not posing as Stephen Waldorf, driving a car in Earl’s Court, and subsequently shot many times by the Met.
He was not dressed as a member of the Northern working classes on a protest day out in London, wearing a Davy lamp and look of anger. He was not punched in the face and head and abused.
He was not dressed as a large black woman called Joy Garner. Consequentially, the police did not need to restrain him with tape and so hasten his death.
He was not dressed as a black man called Shiji Lapite, and duly arrested by police and soon dead from “asphyxia from compression of the neck”.
Julian Assange was looked after…