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(Reuters)   Inter-American Commission on Human Rights rules requiring Julian Assange to clean up after his own damn cat is not a violation of his human rights   (reuters.com) divider line
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2019-03-15 10:21:47 PM  
If that ain't grabbing him by the p*ssy, I don't know what is.
 
2019-03-15 10:23:06 PM  
I would think that would depend on the cat
 
2019-03-15 10:23:16 PM  
While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.

So that's why they haven't shipped Julia off to Russia?
 
2019-03-15 10:27:51 PM  
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I am the true victim in all this bullshiat
 
2019-03-15 10:30:26 PM  
Are you farking kidding me
 
2019-03-15 10:33:14 PM  
He also demanded that he be protected from extradition to the United States and that U.S. prosecutors unseal secret criminal charges that have been filed against him.

While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.
 
2019-03-15 10:34:59 PM  
Neither is cleaning his room, or turning that damn music down. And mowing the damn lawn, like he said he was going to do last week after I told him for the fiftieth time. And keeping the damn windows closed. When he has his own consulate and is paying the electric bills he can air condition the whole hosting country if he wants, but as long as he lives under OUR roof, he'll obey our rules!.
 
2019-03-15 10:35:24 PM  
An international human rights organization has turned down a request by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that Ecuador, which has sheltered him for more than six years at its embassy in London, ease the conditions it has imposed on his residence there.

Are you farking kidding me?
 
2019-03-15 10:35:46 PM  

qorkfiend: no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.


I don't know if this is what they had in mind, but plenty of countries will not extradite someone to face the death penalty in the US.

I assume the Bush administration's glee for torture doesn't help.
 
2019-03-15 10:37:16 PM  

jaytkay: qorkfiend: no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.

I don't know if this is what they had in mind, but plenty of countries will not extradite someone to face the death penalty in the US.

I assume the Bush administration's glee for torture doesn't help.


Paragons of virtue, we are.
 
2019-03-15 10:42:05 PM  
I'm sure that in between reviewing documentation of killings and violence against indigenous peoples, afro descendant communities, migrants, LGBT activists, labor leaders and community organizers the investigators and rapporteurs needed the laugh they got because some European ahole thinks they should worry that he is being made to feel slightly unwelcome after merely six years as annoying house guest.
 
2019-03-15 10:44:58 PM  

qorkfiend: He also demanded that he be protected from extradition to the United States and that U.S. prosecutors unseal secret criminal charges that have been filed against him.

While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.


Assange? Face human rights abuses? More like he's facing a blanket pardon, amirite?
 
2019-03-15 10:45:52 PM  
Just like I would say to any 20something kid that lives in their parents house but doesnt like the rules: Move the fark out.
 
2019-03-15 10:56:59 PM  

kbronsito: I'm sure that in between reviewing documentation of killings and violence against indigenous peoples, afro descendant communities, migrants, LGBT activists, labor leaders and community organizers the investigators and rapporteurs needed the laugh they got because some European ahole thinks they should worry that he is being made to feel slightly unwelcome after merely six years as annoying house guest.


Actually Assange is an Australian a**hole.
 
2019-03-15 11:01:08 PM  
Kiss my assange, Julian.
 
2019-03-15 11:35:47 PM  
He just needs to grow out the neckbeard, throw on fedora, and his true self can be revealed.
 
2019-03-15 11:38:13 PM  
White people problems.
 
2019-03-15 11:38:14 PM  
Do we know if the cat found a better home?
 
2019-03-15 11:48:05 PM  

Diasdiem: Neither is cleaning his room, or turning that damn music down. And mowing the damn lawn, like he said he was going to do last week after I told him for the fiftieth time. And keeping the damn windows closed. When he has his own consulate and is paying the electric bills he can air condition the whole hosting country if he wants, but as long as he lives under OUR roof, he'll obey our rules!.


Or you'll send him off to his auntie and uncle in Belair?
 
2019-03-15 11:58:36 PM  
How long till Julian takes up a collection to have a hitman finish him off to end this pointless charade?
 
2019-03-16 12:17:49 AM  

qorkfiend: He also demanded that he be protected from extradition to the United States and that U.S. prosecutors unseal secret criminal charges that have been filed against him.

While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.


It's a human rights abuse to face charges for crimes committed?  That's new.
 
2019-03-16 02:04:56 AM  
On one hand, it's ridiculous he's enough of a dipshiat to complain to a human rights commission about cleaning a catbox, on the other, after their regular content they could use the comic relief.
 
2019-03-16 02:17:00 AM  

Summoner101: qorkfiend: He also demanded that he be protected from extradition to the United States and that U.S. prosecutors unseal secret criminal charges that have been filed against him.

While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.

It's a human rights abuse to face charges for crimes committed?  That's new.


And never knew espionage was a human rights violation. Silly me assuming it was for things like genocide, gulags, gassing civilians, etc.
 
2019-03-16 09:50:57 AM  

kbronsito: I'm sure that in between reviewing documentation of killings and violence against indigenous peoples, afro descendant communities, migrants, LGBT activists, labor leaders and community organizers the investigators and rapporteurs needed the laugh they got because some European ahole thinks they should worry that he is being made to feel slightly unwelcome after merely six years as annoying house guest.


European elitist at work.
 
2019-03-16 12:37:10 PM  
Wow, talk about balls. This is like someone crashing on your couch and them trying to impose "rules for roommates" the next day.
 
2019-03-16 03:40:13 PM  
Honestly, I'm pretty surprised he's still breathing at this point.
 
2019-03-16 07:08:15 PM  

kling_klang_bed: Summoner101: qorkfiend: He also demanded that he be protected from extradition to the United States and that U.S. prosecutors unseal secret criminal charges that have been filed against him.

While the commission did not back Assange in his complaint against Ecuador, it said it reminded Ecuador of international law that no state should deport, return or extradite someone to another country where that person might face human rights abuses.

It's a human rights abuse to face charges for crimes committed?  That's new.

And never knew espionage was a human rights violation. Silly me assuming it was for things like genocide, gulags, gassing civilians, etc.


I don't think "looking at things the US government doesn't want people to look at" should be considered, let alone prosecuted, as espionage, especially not in the case of people who aren't Americans and didn't do the alleged crime on American soil.
 
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