>>"or arrested on flimsy accusations from a man-hater rumoured to be linked to the CIA and another Women who has probably been coached and coerced by said feminazi."
Well, we wouldn't want people going round making up flimsy accusations, would we?
Like someone prejudging a case and assuming that people they know next to nothing about are making up claims of assault just because those claims are against someone they like.
Someone smart wouldn't ignore the possibility that the accusations were incorrect, while avoiding jumping to the conclusion that they simply *must* be, just because that's the answer they most want to be true.
>>"U.S. Military kill civilians? Never happened."
The evil mainstream media never report on civilian deaths.
Except all the times when they do, of course, which go back long before Wikileaks started.
Manning could have given *carefully selected* leaks to regular news outlets and got perfectly good coverage of the information, and would maybe be in a rather better position now.
And how much has Assange actually given to help defend the heroic whistleblower out of the contributions Wikileaks solicited?
So far, the answer seems to be 'nothing'
Though obviously, since Saint Julian is infallible, that must all be someone else's fault as well.