BREAKING: Alleged Hacker Extradited To The US is Facing 99 Years In Jail


By Luke Rudkowski

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Tor Ekeland outside the Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London England. As the verdict has been read on the Laurie Love extradition case.


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4 Comments on "BREAKING: Alleged Hacker Extradited To The US is Facing 99 Years In Jail"

  1. Categorically unacceptable, and not “because he’s white”. Europeans are accustomed to different standards of justice and humanity, and as such the US “justice” system is simply too third world to be acceptable. I would full well understand this guy if he takes 12 gram Nembutal to avoid being extradited.

  2. Nemesis du Avocat | September 17, 2016 at 4:21 am | Reply

    FED cartel in its benevolent quest to make the world in its image and likeness, will surely treat this “hacker” to a similar color of law and “justice” as it might afford a whistle-blower or other party that challenges its self annointed dominion over all.

  3. This is another situation showing the level of corruption in the US “judicial” system. It is not the personal corruption of individuals, but the systemic corruption that shows a judicial system that has lost the whole point of its raison d’etre. It should be focussed on justice, not on political revenge. The US system is rife with political interference, which anywhere else would be called obstruction of justice. Why for instance did the judicial system search diligently through a hundred years of laws on the books to throw at Manning and Snowden? Was it to see justice done? I highly doubt it. Manning did nothing but release a video showing the criminal contempt the US military shows for international laws of war. He didn’t lie, he showed the truth for all to see and he gets 35 years, a form of torture and solitary confinement for telling the truth. That is the corrupt American judicial system at work. Snowden showed the US government breaking the law, thereby alerting the American people to its government’s perfidy and corruption. He then gets charged under a law that is one hundred years old and is supposed to relate only to spies dealing with the enemy. You see the problem? The US is cooking the books so that no accused can ever tell the court the reason for his actions. The court couldn’t care less that Snowden was saving the American people from the ravages of its criminal government and yes, unfortunately, its criminal president. It doesn’t want to know, that he exposed the unlawful actions of the American political and security elite. They would throw the book at him and he would die in prison. The President and a large number of very ignorant Americans like to call him a criminal and exhort how he broke the law and now must return to face his punishment, yet not a word is mentioned as to the lawbreaking of the President himself and his Administration, in illegally spying on the American people and the World. Now why is that?

  4. deplorableCellaphaneman | September 18, 2016 at 7:47 am | Reply

    And yet there are those that are given ‘get out of jail free’ cards. right Comey ? right Lorreta Lynch?

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