“If law fails, CIA will assassinate Assange”
Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts stated in a interview with RT News that there is a concerted effort to shut...
Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts stated in a interview with RT News that there is a concerted effort to shut Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, up and that if the legal attempt fails, he'll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team.
Roberts explains to the anchorwoman.
"There is a concerted effort to nail him, to shut him up. If, in my opinion, if the legal attempt, which I'm certain the United States government is behind, if this fails, he'll simply be assassinated by a CIA assassination team.
"It's common practice for the CIA to do that, it's nothing unusual about it. The congress has had many hearings in the mid-70's, and it's in the public record that they're always assassinating people."
He goes on further, speaking about the accusations of sexual assault against Assange which he is currently on trial for in the Swedish courts. Judge Howard Riddle has in fact granted Sweden's extradition request but the Julian has already repealed the ruling.