The report, which is written in the style of a criminal indictment, goes on to state that Assange used a dating site called Toddandclare.com, which is owned by T&C Network Solutions, to send an “8-year-old juvenile (i) unlawful, indecent images and video media of himself performing lewd sex acts on a mobile camera device, and (ii) unlawful obscenity materials of a child pornographic nature.” These claims are certainly horrific and deserve investigation.However, the claim has absolutely nothing to do with the UN and the Bahama police say there’s nothing to investigate.Dean told Buzz Feed News “someone gave us some information” about the case, but that no complainant ever came forward after the initial tip. While the RBPF considers the allegation an open matter, Dean said, he added that “anyone can pick up a phone and tell us something.”But what about that official-seeming UN document?Why would the august organization issue a report about an investigation implicating one of the world’s most famous dissidents if the investigation didn’t exist? The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is a voluntary corporate sustainability initiative in which companies sign up to advance human rights, fair labor and anti-corruption practices, and environmental stewardship.The report even gives names of individual Bahamian police officers and stations.But according to Stephen Dean, assistant commissioner of the Royal Bahama Police Force (RBPF), no such investigation exists.
In the midst of the Podesta leaks, multiple sites on the left began running with the narrative put out by the Daily Kos that Assange’s internet was cut because he was using it to sexually communicate with an 8-year-old girl.
They also said that The Clinton-loving Daily Kos cited a bogus report from the UN. 4 “United Nations Report” by a “United Nations Global Compact member organization” called T&C Network Solutions, the Royal Bahamas Police Force conducted a “criminal child sex offenses investigation” of Assange.
On October 7th, 2016, Wiki Leaks began publishing thousands of emails belonging to John Podesta’s private email archives.
Since that day, thousands more emails have been released which have subsequently lead to a target being painted on the back of Julian Assange — a target state actors have had no problem firing at.
This week, the Free Thought Project has reported on the fact that Ecuador admitted to acting on behalf of the US to silence this advocate of transparency.
After his internet was cut on Monday, Wiki Leaks noted on Tuesday that the US was behind it.