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Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange is to remain in prison when his jail term ends because of his "history of absconding", a judge has ruled. He was due to be released on 22 September after serving his sentence for breaching bail conditions. But Westminster Magistrates' Court heard there were "substantial grounds" for believing he would abscond again.
originally posted by: crankyoldman
@mercedesStephenson has a breakdown of the Canadian Ortis situation unfolding.
About to go live with the details of what many sources are telling me is the biggest national security breach the country has seen, if what police allege is true about Cameron Ortis, a senior civilian member of the RCMP and the implications for our allies
Canadian authorities learned about Cameron Ortis from American investigators. They successfully rolled someone there who gave up Ortis' name. Sources says that Ortis tried to sell information to this person.
I'm being cautious with more info on that right now until I know what I can say that won't compromise security. But the Canadians did not figure this guy out on there own. Once the Americans tipped Canada off the RCMP launched an investigation
"Once the Americans tipped Canada off..."
Can anyone appointed by O be trusted?
Sincere questions; not rhetorical at all.
While we’ve seen many conspiracists run for office in the past, we’ve never seen anything like Billy Joyce.
The People's Party of Canada candidate in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia who calls himself “Canada’s Red Pill” is perhaps further down the YouTube far-right conspiracy rabbit hole than anyone else ever to run for office in North America with an official party.