Who’s been banned from #Facebook? Raise your hand.

A lot of you asked me if I have a Facebook page, and unfortunately I do not (anymore).

Here’s the story of how my Facebook account got permanently suspended for political reasons after 13 years on the platform, with no right to appeal.

On June 17, 2022 I was banned forever simply for posting this link to Russian Federation president Vladimir #Putin’s speech at the annual St. Petersberg Economic Forum.

As a journalist it is my training to always post a link to the most authoritative version of any speech or document, especially in cases where a leader is speaking in a different language. I want to ensure that I get the most accurate text of that leader’s speech, along with an accurate English translation. So I linked directly to the video, with a transcript of Putin’s address in English, direct from the Kremlin website.

For this, and this alone, I was suspended from Facebook 20 minutes after posting the link for “spreading Russian disinformation.”

It’s a speech by a world leader that’s newsworthy, for crying out loud.

(UPDATE: I am now back on Twitter @RealLoriSpencer, but the Facebook ban is permanent.)

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#Mirotvorets, (English translation: “Peacemaker”) which claims to be based in “Warsaw, Poland and Langley, Virginia” – the headquarters of the CIA – is a notorious website that posts private information of individuals labeled enemies of #Ukraine without any process or trial.

It was established in August 2014, as #Kiev launched its “anti-terrorist operation” against civilians in #Donbass, and allegedly maintains ties with Ukrainian and Western security services. 

“This kill list is maintained by the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior, which lists an address in Langley, Virginia, has an IP in Brussels,” said American political activist Jackson Hinkle, who was also added to the database on Wednesday. Hinkle noted that Mirotvorets celebrated last year’s assassination of Russian journalist Darya Dugina, which US intelligence has reportedly blamed on sections of the Ukrainian government.

On March 3 NBC News correspondent Keir Simmons has been placed on the Ukrainian state-linked ‘Mirotvorets’ kill list for “crimes” against the country. The government in Kiev has also announced it is investigating the British journalist after he filed a report from #Crimea.

“Visiting the temporarily occupied Crimea from the territory of the Russian Federation is a violation of the legislation of Ukraine,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said.

Meanwhile, the Mirotvorets website has published a photo of Simmons and his personal details, accusing the reporter of “violating Ukraine’s sovereignty,” participating in Russian propaganda, and “attempted legalization of the occupation.”

READ MORE: ‘Peacemaker’ of death: This Ukrainian website threatens hundreds of thousands with extrajudicial killings — some are Americans

Several prominent people were killed after the site declared them public enemies, including writer and historian Oles Buzina and politician Oleg Kalashnikov. Western media outlets mostly ignored its existence until 2016, when Mirotvorets targeted dozens of journalists and human right activists for daring to operate in the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. The move drew condemnation from the OSCE, which declared it “simply unacceptable for journalists to be threatened for what they say or write.”

More recently, Mirotvorets has targeted Croatian President Zoran Milanovic, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, retired US diplomat Henry Kissinger, and rock musician Roger Waters, for deviating from the official narratives about the conflict.

In addition, several of our regular guests on Maverick News are on the list, including former U.N. Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter, journalists John Mark Dougan and Eva Bartlett, and Dmitry Polyanskiy, #Russia’s Ambassador to the United Nations.

The US and its allies have continued to send weapons and money to Ukraine, claiming Kiev is fighting for “democracy” and “freedom.”

On this episode of Maverick News, we discuss the Ukrainian kill list.

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After the FBI raid on former President #Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home last August, we learned that the search warrant indicated the search was conducted in connection with, among other thingsthe Espionage Act.

Violations of the Espionage Act always carry long prison sentences. If convicted, Trump could spend the rest of his life behind bars.

The Espionage Act is actually a series of statutes under 18 US Code Chapter 37 related to the collection, retention, or dissemination of national defense or classified information. The Mar-a-Lago search warrant referred to Section 793 — “Gathering, transmitting or losing defense information,” which doesn’t just cover “spying” in the sense that many think of when they hear the term. Section 793 specifically states that people legally granted access to national defense documents — people like the former president — are subject to punishment should they improperly retain that information.

Two months before the FBI executed an unprecedented raid of a former president’s home, seizing more than 100 classified documents, some agents wanted to believe that Donald Trump’s attorneys had already conducted a thorough search of the Mar-a-Lago premises in Palm Beach, Florida.

A new report from The Washington Post revealed how FBI agents and Justice Department prosecutors clashed on how to proceed with a criminal probe into Trump’s handling of classified records prior to the months that led up to the Mar-a-Lago raid.

While some FBI officials pushed to get consent from Trump to search his property, other field agents wanted to close the criminal investigation entirely by early June after Trump’s attorneys claimed they conducted a “diligent search” of Mar-a-Lago, according to people familiar with the discussions and who spoke to The Post on the condition of anonymity to talk about a sensitive investigation.

On June 3, 2022, a few FBI agents and a DOJ official convened at Mar-a-Lago to retrieve remaining classified documents that were in Trump’s possession. Christina Bobb, one of Trump’s attorneys, signed a letter attesting that a careful search was completed, according to a court filing.

On this edition of Maverick News, we hear some pretty astonishing details about what happened that day from Trump attorneys Christina Bobb and Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani himself is also in hot water legally, facing a litany of potential charges that could potentially send him to prison as well.

Giuliani’s legal liability is “profound,” says Norm Eisen, a senior fellow in governance studies at The Brookings Institution, who was counsel to the Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee during Trump’s first impeachment. Eisen led a team of legal experts at the Brookings Institution to examine what criminal acts may have been taken by Trump and his allies to overturn the 2020 election results.

In the Department of Justice investigation, special counsel Smith is charged with looking into who may have “unlawfully interfered” with the transfer of power after the 2020 election or the certification of Joe Biden’s victory in the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6. Eisen says that Giuliani may have broken federal law against being a part of a conspiracy to defraud the United States by spreading false election fraud claims and promoting slates of fake electors, as well as laws against obstructing an official proceeding in Congress.

“He has as serious criminal risk as anyone other than Donald Trump,” Eisen says.

Will President #Biden and the #Democrats go full Banana Republic and “lock them up” to stop their 2024 political rivals?

We also discuss the irony of Trump possibly being charged with the very same law he used to arrest, imprison, extradite and prosecute Julian #Assange.

Assange faces 175 years in prison for alleged violations of the Espionage Act.

Maybe Trump and Assange will wind up being cellmates in the same maximum security federal facility — or maybe they’ll both get Epsteined before they ever get to trial.

Don’t laugh. We aren’t kidding.

#FreeAssange #FreeAllPoliticalPrisoners

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — who is currently exploring a possible 2024 run for President — was demonized as Public Enemy #2 for the past three years, in close competition with Alex Jones (Public Enemy #1) for his skepticism about the safety and efficacy of the #Covid #Vaccines.

Kennedy was listed on a White House list of the “Disinformation Dozen,” accused of “spreading medical misinformation,” banned from every social media platform, blacklisted from the mainstream media, and widely slandered merely for questioning the official government narrative.

Despite all that, his book “The Real Anthony #Fauci” was a runaway bestseller.

But now that all the evidence is in, we find that #RFKJr wasn’t wrong about Covid vaccines being unsafe for some people. In fact, he was quite right.

Kennedy (also an attorney) is taking his case to the courts, seeking legal vindication, restoration of his damaged reputation and his still-banned social media accounts.

complaint filed in Texas alleges that the Trusted News Initiative, a group of media outlets led by the BBC that works with companies like Meta, Google and Twitter to combat vaccine misinformation online are violating antitrust laws against anti-competitive behavior.

Other TNI members The Washington Post, Reuters and the Associated Press were named as co-defendants.

Plaintiffs including Kennedy and Children’s Health Defense, a vaccine safety activist group, allege their content has been “censored, demonetized, demoted, throttled, shadow-banned (and) excluded entirely” from social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.

Kennedy and the plaintiffs are seeking a jury trial, an order for the TNI to suspend any activities “with Internet companies to boycott and censor other online news publishers,” and unspecified damages.

The TNI partners work to “alert each other to disinformation” so platforms can review any suspicious content quickly while publishers make sure they “don’t unwittingly republish dangerous falsehoods,” according to the BBC, which had no comment.

On this edition of Maverick News, we discuss Kennedy’s vindication on vaccines. We also examine actual case studies of governments and corporations in the U.K. and #Canada compensating victims for the injuries and deaths caused by Covid vaccines.

The government, big tech, and the media owe RFK Jr. a big fat apology, in our humble opinions. Not only Kennedy, but Alex Jones, and every other critic of the Covid vaccines who were censored merely for asking questions, or presenting “unapproved” information that was eventually proven true.

And one final point: in light of the surveillance videos obtained by #Tucker Carlson last week showing what really happened on #January6, we call for the release of the #QShaman and all nonviolent prisoners still being held on charges related to the U.S. Capitol Riot.

There is nothing more American than questioning your government. Never let the government, the media, or anyone else tell you otherwise.

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On this edition of Maverick News, we profile two powerful female leaders on the rise: Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland (the granddaughter of a Ukrainian #Nazi collaborator), and #Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin. (The “Nazi Nancys”)

Marin initially made a big splash in 2019 when she became the youngest elected Prime Minister in the world. But more recently she’s become better known for her party girl antics and alcohol-fueled all-night raves. Despite the scandals, Marin says she’s not going to change her wild ways — because she’s simply having too much fun.

While Marin has her fun, her people are suffering record inflation and an economic crisis due to the #Ukrainewar — a war Marin wholeheartedly supports.

This week PM Marin visited #Ukraine and hung out with President #Zelensky (imagine those two partying together!), and attended a funeral for a well-known leader of Right Sector, a #NeoNazi battalion, Dmitry Kotsiubailo. We will show you footage of her good times in Ukraine, smiling happily for the news cameras while a generation of young Ukrainians march off to their deaths.

We also discuss Canada’s Chrystia Freeland, Deputy ot Prime Minister Justin #Trudeau. The #fascism runs deep in the family tree with Freeland. Her grandfather Mikhailo Chomiak was editor-in-chief of Krakivski Visti—a daily newspaper published by the #Bandera-aligned Ukrainian Central Committee.

Freeland was taught from an early age to hate #Russia, and Russian people — a belief handed down through generations. For example, her Grandpa Chomiak was all but delirious in the June 23, 1941 issue announcing the launching of what it called a “holy war” against the “antichrist.”

CAPTION: Canadian Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland with Ukrainian president Zelensky (L). Freeland’s Nazi collaborator grandfather Mikhailo Chomiak pictured Center and R.

On a recent visit to her hometown, Deputy PM Freeland was confronted by an angry Albertan man who called her a “traitorous fuckin’ bitch” — and the video quickly went viral. We will show you that video and talk about how the establishment closed ranks to protect her from the opinions of the Canadian people.

Last year, Freeland took part in the Toronto Ukrainian Festival Parade in Toronto glorifying another Ukrainian Nazi collaborator she worships as a hero, Stepan #Bandera. She was photographed holding a red-and-black banner representing The Right Sector neo-Nazi paramilitary organisation.

Spare us that “Slava Ukraini” stuff, ladies. We know what it really means. You’re not fooling anybody.

Canada has a Nazi problem, and has for a very long time.

Unbeknownst to most, the country is littered with monuments dedicated to Ukrainian Nazi collaborators. The story of how they got there is rooted in some dark chapters in Canadian history.

After #Russia, #Canada has the world’s second-largest Ukrainian diaspora community, with approximately 1.36 million Canadians claiming full or partial Ukrainian descent.

After World War II, Canada received a huge wave of immigrants from #Ukraine. This wave included displaced persons found in Germany and Allied prisoner-of-war camps at the conclusion of the conflict. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, rumors that high-ranking #Nazis and Nazi collaborators had found refuge in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia began to circulate. This prompted investigations by the respective governments.

In 1985, a commission of inquiry was called by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, headed by the justice Jules Deschênes. The inquiry was set up in the wake of the publication of None Is Too Many, a landmark historical examination of Canada’s antisemitic immigration policies. These policies, still in effect even after World War II, prevented European Jews from immigrating to Canada (partly due to misguided concerns that Jews would bring communism to Canada). Canadian authorities simultaneously allowed known or suspected Nazi collaborators to immigrate because they could be considered “reliably anti-#Communist.”

The inquiry stirred up considerable animosity between Canada’s Jewish community and its postwar Eastern European émigré communities. The latter claimed that allegations of Canada harboring war criminals or collaborators were nothing but Soviet attempts to destabilize Canadian society. Similar statements have been made by representatives of Canada’s Ukrainian community over the course of the last few years, as the issue of these monuments and concerns over the wartime record of Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland’s maternal grandfather (who edited a pro-Nazi newspaper) have been raised by Russian diplomatic officials.

In March of 2022, Freeland was photographed holding a scarf with the black and red colors of the UPA, which was embroidered with the slogan “Slava Ukraini, Heroyam Slava”(Glory to Ukraine, glory to the heroes), their wartime slogan. The image, along with the slogan, appeared on Freeland’s twitter account only to be deleted shortly thereafter. When the Canadian Press reached out to Freeland’s office for comment, they received a response from the president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.

According to journalist and researcher Moss Robeson, Canada’s two primary Ukrainian organizations — the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) and the League of Ukrainian Canadians — are strongly influenced by followers and admirers of Stepan #Bandera. As reported by Robeson, former UCC president Paul Grod “requested Canadian recognition of the OUN and UPA as ‘designated resistance fighters,’ proposing that Canadian taxpayers should pay pensions for its veterans.” Furthermore, he “vehemently and categorically deni(ed) Ukrainian nationalist involvement in the Holocaust.” Grod sat on the board of Tribute to Liberty, which raised funds and lobbied the government for the construction of the Victims of #Communism memorial in Ottawa.

Ultimately, additional research carried out by Canadian Jewish groups determined that more than two thousand members of the Galicia Division settled in Canada after the war, at the request of the British government. This was in addition to another thousand or so collaborators from the Baltic states who had served the SS in a similar capacity. Despite the evidence, no additional actions were taken by the Canadian government to investigate.

Out of that diaspora came an ideology that has been passed down from generation to generation, although it was largely kept out of public view for fear that people might obviously take offense to Nazi glorification. But since the war between Russia and Ukraine heated up in 2022, Canada’s neo-Nazis (many of whom are of German, Ukrainian, or Polish descent) are now feeling emboldened to come out of the closet.

A significant number of them showed up at the #FreedomConvoy trucker protest, and latched on to the “Freedom” movement — even though most were not actual professional truckers, nor were they riled up about vaccine mandates. They saw it as a recruiting opportunity — and they found an audience willing to listen.

The groups have in common an anger at the #Trudeau government. But they don’t want to vote Trudeau’s government out of power: they mean to overthrow it by violent force, and murder every public official who doesn’t swear a loyalty oath to the revolution.

For many months we have been exposing these bad actors infiltrating the Freedom movement in Canada on Maverick News; we’ve even had some of them on the show to allow them the opportunity to explain their beliefs and their plans to execute Trudeau and other officials by hanging — after convicting them at a show trial conducted in a public courthouse which they intend to occupy with their own army.

On last night’s show, we told you about Ramona Didulo, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Canada,” Marcus Ray and his outlaw group of “Constitutional Sheriffs,” and several other associated groups.

Tonight, we talk about Christopher James Pritchard (aka “Christopher James”), described by an Alberta judge as one of the leading Canadian “gurus” of the “common law” or sovereign citizen movement.

Christopher James claims to be a “Counsellor at Law” but a B.C. court permanently banned Pritchard, who is not a lawyer, from acting as a lawyer in B.C. following an application made by the province’s law society.

The Law Society of Ontario indicated Pritchard is not a registered lawyer or paralegal in Ontario and declined to say if he is under investigation.

Go to Pritchard’s website (“A Warrior Calls”) and one finds a library of neo-Nazi videos, including one with a title littered with anti-Semitic tropes.

A whole section of the site is devoted to Louis Farrakhan, the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam described as anti-Semitic and homophobic. Pritchard’s website hosts a wild mix of pseudolaw postings and lengthy video commentaries. There’s a short video featuring Holocaust denier David Irving.

 Christopher James was invited by the organizers to speak on the stage at the Freedom Convoy rally in Ottawa last February. He’s become one of Canada’s most influential advocates for the so-called sovereign-citizen movement and he recently defended #Hitler in a long diatribe praising former general George Patton.

We will show you Christopher James’ own words and talk about his dangerous influence on the minds of Canadians who got fooled by him. (Unfortunately, many well-meaning Canadians did.)

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At Maverick News, we’ve received so many death threats, threats of harm to our families (and pets), and had our servers hacked so many times, we’ve lost count.

But we won’t stop telling the truth.

We’ve been intimidated, harassed, and slandered by some people within our own political movement, because they don’t like they way we portrayed them on the show, or our factual reporting about them.

But we won’t stop telling the truth.

Rick Walker and I have worked all our adult lives as journalists, over 30 years in the media, respectively. We are what you might call “old school” journalists. We aren’t easily rattled by threats or harassment campaigns.

We won’t stop telling the truth.

This is our message to the keyboard warriors, would-be hackers, criminals, neo-Nazis, and spooks.

We see you, and we won’t stop telling the truth about you.

The “#FreedomConvoy” of truckers protesting Covid vaccine mandates in #Canada last February achieved their goal of getting all government mandates repealed. Having done that, most went back to their lives and their jobs driving big rigs.

But a “small fringe minority” of Freedom Convoy leftovers have kept the Freedom grift going over the past year, continuing to organize small convoys, protests (although what exactly they are protesting isn’t exactly clear), extended campouts in remote parts of Canada, and doing internet livestreams that attract thousands of viewers on social media platforms. But what is it they’re organizing? What’s the point?

They say “#Trudeau Must Go!” And boy, have they come up with some pretty wild ways of deposing their despised Prime Minister.

This new “Freedom Movement” is a bizarre collection of #QAnon cultists, con artists, neo-#Nazis, sovereign citizens, militia patriot types, and some First Nations peoples with their controversial swastika flag.

They still do “Convoys,” but without any actual truckers this time. They still drive around the country in a long line of cars and light trucks, flying Canadian freedom flags and honking their horns for freedom. They still gather on random overpasses and sing “Oh, Canada” at the top of their lungs. They still yell “Fuck Trudeau!” They’re still trying to keep the party going, because the grift is just too good.

They even have a “Queen of Canada,”Ramona Didulo — a false pretender who last year proclaimed herself to be the Queen of Canada, and later, Queen of the World.

There’s Marcus Ray, the colorful cowboy and former male stripper leading his band of “Constitutional Sherriffs.”

There’s Christopher James, the “common law” lawyer and Holocaust denier who says he plans to unleash an army of his own military to put Justin Trudeau and his cabinet on trial for treason (in his own court, the James Court), and swiftly execute them all by hanging.

Maybe they’re just harmless nuts cosplaying as superpatriots. But what if they aren’t? What if they are really planning to overthrow the Canadian government by force and effect a violent revolution in Canada?

My Maverick News co-host Rick Walker has been reporting on the Freedom movement since the trucks first rolled into Ottawa last winter. He has followed their numerous criminal cases in the courts for Maverick News.

On this broadcast, Rick reached his breaking point with “all these cons manipulating the elderly, the children, the vulnerable, the scared and angry… into making donations and recruiting other soldiers for an army of potential domestic terrorists.”

Who ARE these people? Are they real revolutionaries? Are they terrorists? Do they really mean to hang #Trudeau? Or are they just useful idiots?

We explore on this edition of Maverick News.

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As the late great George Carlin correctly observed: “Germany lost the Second World War, but the #Fascists won it. Believe me, my friend.”

On this episode of Maverick News, we take a look at a Swastika-shaped building on a U.S. Military base that’s been there for over half a century.

The resemblance went unnoticed, by the public at least, for decades, until Google Earth appeared and shed light on the very distinct shape of a barracks at Naval Base Coronado near San Diego. (the former Naval Air Station perhaps best known for location filming of the “Top Gun” movie.)

Designed in 1967 by architect John Mock, the barracks on the shore of the San Diego Bay are technically four structures — buildings 320, 321, 322, and 323 on the Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. In the center of the four L-shaped buildings are two smaller structures, a boiler room and recreational hut. 

The likeness to a swastika is undeniable, right down to the fact that the symbol is rotated 45 degrees off north, the exact way the Nazi party displayed the symbol after appropriating it from Buddhism and other eastern philosophies, in which for centuries it was a symbol of good luck. 

In 2006, after numerous complaints from the public after this swastika-shaped building was discovered, a Navy public affairs officer explained away the building’s design as a “mistake”.

“The final ‘look’ of the six building complex as seen from the air, was the result of an ‘oversight’ by Navy planners at the time,” the Navy’s Steve Fiebing wrote in a letter to the press. Notably, the word “oversight” is placed in single quotation marks in his response. 

An investigation by Israeli American researcher Avrahaum Segol in 2007, however, told a different story. Segol found documentation that the four-L swastika-like design was indeed known to the Navy and signed off by them before construction. An article published in the San Diego Union in October 1968, before ground was broken, stated that the four-L structure was to be built, contradicting the Navy’s claim that only one “L” was planned. 

“Information in the San Diego Union article makes picture clear that a perspective rendered by Architect Firm of Hendrick and Mock displayed ‘layout of four L-shaped buildings’ proving a … Swastika to be visually recognizable at all times.” Segol wrote in a letter to the Navy in 2007, in which he pleaded that the building be restructured or torn down. 

After further protest from the Anti-Defamation League in San Diego, the Navy agreed to spend $600,000 of their 2008 budget on “camouflaging” the building to change its appearance from the air. The New York Times reported at the time that the Navy admitted the swastika likeness was known as far back as the ’60s but had chosen not to do anything about it.

“There was no reason to redo the buildings because they were in use,” a spokeswoman for the base, Angelic Dolan, told the paper. Dolan pointed out that no planes fly over the navy base, so until Google Earth came along the shape wasn’t considered an issue.

“You have to realize back in the ’60s we did not have the internet,” she said. “We don’t want to offend anyone, and we don’t want to be associated with the symbol.”

That promised fix did not happen in 2008, or ever.

In 2010, the Navy sent a letter to Segol with plans to make the structure a square, and included blueprints on what the finished work would look like, with four new wing additions. That also never happened, though a $14 million dollar interior renovation project was completed on three of the four buildings in 2015, but the controversial exterior shape stayed the same. 

Some have argued that as the troubling symbol is only visible from above, and no drones or aircraft are permitted to fly in the area, then simply removing or blurring the overhead shot from Google Maps and other mapping sites would be a sufficient fix — something that occurs on other sensitive military bases across the world for various reasons

While it may seem like an architectural idiosyncrasy, to many the fact that the symbol of white supremacy sits at the center of the U.S. Navy’s base is nothing less than a hate crime, still clearly visible from the skies today. 

The U.S. government loves to virtue-signal about #Nazism, and pretend to be anti-#racism while openly attacking and demonizing their opposition as racist #Nazis — the #MAGA movement, #Trump supporters, the #January6 riots, the Canadian #FreedomConvoy of truckers.

Who are the REAL Nazis? We explore that question tonight on the show.

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The Central Intelligence Agency and former CIA director Mike #Pompeo notified a federal court in New York that they intend to push for the dismissal of a lawsuit that alleges that they were involved in spying against attorneys and journalists who visited #WikiLeaks founder Julian #Assange in Ecuador’s London embassy.

Both the CIA and Pompeo maintain that the “allegations in the complaint do not establish a violation of the Fourth Amendment [right to privacy].”

The Agency has tried to delay and dismiss the suit since it was filed last summer.

In August 2022, four Americans who visited Assange in the embassy sued the CIA and Pompeo in his individual capacity: Margaret Ratner Kunstler, a civil rights activist and human rights attorney; Deborah Hrbek, a media lawyer, represented Assange or WikiLeaks; journalist John Goetz, who worked for Der Spiegel when the German media organization first partnered with WikiLeaks; and journalist Charles Glass, who wrote articles on Assange for The Intercept.

On this edition of Maverick News we discuss the invasion of privacy lawsuit against the CIA, and hear from two of the plaintiffs involved.


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