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Thu Oct 3, 2019, 10:36 AM

Another "pressured" foreign president?


Who actually "wrote" this one from this bi-partisan committee of Congress, and how is it "different" from the current scandalous behavior of persons within this admin? Also not familiar with any actual "withholding" of monies or "good will" to this country, but interested if it also represents a threat. Perhaps it was discussed here way back when? I'm just curious as to this community's consensus though seriously no fan of this "whistleblower gone wrong" nor his aggregated "complaints and document site" that jeopardizes any and all government's national security.

https://foreignaffairs.house.gov/_cache/files/a/8/a8a63343-fba7-4ea6-8090-5fb3d9f5d3de/7B8CEDB7545C8C99DEDB0AC0931C9873.10-16-2018-letter-from-engel-ros-lehtinen-to-president-of-ecuador.pdf






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Thu Oct 3, 2019, 12:33 PM

1. Following associated proceedings:

https://www.ecuadortimes.net/today-was-the-diligence-to-review-julian-assanges-equipment/

Today was the diligence to review Julian Assange’s equipment
Posted On 03 Oct 2019

Officials working for the Ecuador’s Prosecutor Department, delegates of the United States and the Ecuadorian lawyer of Julian Assange, Carlos Poveda, will participate today in a private hearing in which the recognition, exhibition and extraction of the information contained in the magnetic devices of the Australian hacker who were seized at the Embassy of Ecuador in London.

The diligence will take place from 09:00 in the Department of Criminalistics, in Quito. The surrogate attorney general, Wilson Toainga, requested two experts from the Computer Forensic Section and two from the Audio, Video and Allied Section. [snip]

Poveda explains that the private hearing is part of the process that the Prosecutor maintains as part of an international criminal assistance requested by the United States.

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