February 15, 2011 by USA Post
Oj Simpson, There is a story spread like wildfire on the Internet today, saying that OJ Simpson was beaten to the Nevada prison where he is incarcerated in a racially motivated attack. The original source is the National Enquirer, and a prison officer, said the report was “totally false”. “We get inundated” by calls from the media, said Steve Suwe news, public information officer for the Lovelock Correctional Center, Nevada. Suwe noted that the same story circulated in 2009 and was false, and then it is now. Another report on the Enquirer Simpson last summer said the fallen football great was getting married in a prison “pen pal” that he had never met.
The last story supported OJ was beaten unconscious and spent three weeks in the prison infirmary.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was not charged with any crime in the U.S. yet, but he is preparing for the possibility that he will sooner or later – in a statement released via Twitter, on Monday announced that Wikileaks Assange had obtained the assistance of Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz.
Dershowitz has been a strong civil liberties advocate for decades – he has represented Alaska Senator Mike Gravel to the Supreme Court in 1972 after Gravel read the Pentagon Papers into the congressional record – but it is also well known TODAY ‘hui for his work as a celebrity lawyer (he represented OJ Simpson, Mike Tyson and Leona Helmsley, among others) and his outspoken defense of Israel. “It’s the Pentagon Papers case for the 21st century,” he said today. “This is a very important test case because it tests the scope of the First and Fourth amendments to the new electronic media. It is the dream of every lawyer to help shape the law, and not just react. ”
The case of United States Department of Justice Assange cons, if we can make one, based on demonstrating a kind of collaboration between the leader and his Wikileaks suspected source of its cache of government documents of the United States, Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is currently detained in a prison in the Marine Corps. A federal judge in Virginia agreed today to consider an order of the Ministry of Justice Twitter imperious hand over account information for Assange, Manning, and several others associated with Wikileaks – Twitter has so far resisted – for attempt to prove that the parties have been notified before Assange received the documents. Dershowitz did not attend today’s hearing, but he says “we do what we can in this country in order to minimize the chances that [Assange] can be prosecuted here.”
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