Credit to Gabriele Zamparini for posting these tweets in the Medialens message board.
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@philipcross63 Oh right. So conspiracy theory nonsense. Thanks for letting me know.
Rather touchingly, I'm now getting tweets from pro-Assange disciples literally headed 'polite tweet'.
I probably shouldn't laugh, but something called 'Media Lens' is telling people to tick me off for my views on Julian Assange,but be polite
@suzanne_moore Hear, hear! And to me too. Knew (and wrote) they were both wrong 'uns from the start...
Quite a feat to move from Messiah to Monty Python, but good old Julian Assange seems to have managed it. Next Timbuktu?
A useful contribution to deficit reduction: £240,000 from Assange tax on credulity & anti-Americanism.
Meanwhile, the latest on Assange: he's hiding up a tree. Or in a ditch. Or in an embassy. Quite hard to keep up, actually.
#Assange @BriW74 Don't you think Assange is looking a bit peaky?