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Julian Assange Not Dead After Run In With Met Police

by | 7th, December 2010

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…



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