Web Research Links for the Week of 7/3/23

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Records Destroyed of Starmer Trips to DC During Assange Case – by Matt Kennard – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/57636.htm – The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), England and Wales’ public prosecutor, has deleted all records of its former head Keir Starmer’s trips to the U.S., it can be revealed – “● Among his trips, Starmer, then head of Crown Prosecution Service, led five-person British delegation that met with Eric Holder for 45 minutes in Washington in November 2011. ● Delegation included the U.K. liaison prosecutor to the U.S., who dealt with extradition. ● Meeting was also attended by head of U.S. Department of Justice’s national security division. ● CPS refuses to clarify to Declassified UK if destruction of the Washington documents is routine procedure... Starmer served as director of public prosecutions (DPP) from 2008-13, a period when the body was overseeing Julian Assange’s proposed extradition to Sweden to face questioning over sexual assault allegations… Starmer, who became an MP in 2015, is now leader of the Labour Party. Assange, meanwhile, faces imminent extradition to the U.S. to face up to 175 years in prison under charges mostly related to the U.S. Espionage Act.”

Propaganda-In-Action: How The Media Minimizes mRNA Vaccine Injuries – by Within a few months of the SARS-Cov-2 vaccines being injected into millions of people, numerous types of adverse reactions were reported throughout the world. Information about adverse events became an object of intense denial and obfuscation by government agencies and state-funded and corporate-sponsored media, whether the information was in the form of rumors, amateur speculation, or serious scientific inquiry by qualified academics.”

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