Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, “has been charged,” according to an unrelated court filing that inadvertently mentioned his name, reports said.
The New York Times reported that the filing was first spotted late Thursday. The reports did not indicate what charges Assange will face.
The Deep State’s latest attempt at eliminating a thorn in WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange was exposed and foiled anew.
There have been many attempts on the life of one Julian Assange prior to his asylum inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The striking difference of all is that this time around, they’re not doing it clandestinely, but in plain view of the Londoners.
Icelandic journalist Kristinn Hrafnsson has taken over as editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, as Julian Assange has barely had any connection with the outside world since his internet connection at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London was turned off in March.
Paul believes that Assange “has information that is probably pertinent to the hacking of the Democratic emails that would be nice to hear.” But he doesn’t think Assange is likely to come and share it unless given “some type of immunity from prosecution.”
The organization posted a letter on its Twitter account dated Aug. 1 that purports to come from committee leaders Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) requesting that he make himself available “for a closed door interview with bipartisan Committee staff at a mutually agreeable time and location.”
Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa believes that the current President of the country, Lenin Moreno, has already reached an agreement with the United States and Great Britain to deliver Julian Assange.
This story has been in the making since 2012, but according to Glenn Greenwald, the asylum of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in Ecuador’s London embassy is coming to an end, possibly as soon as this week. Ecuadorian president Lenin Moreno is in London where he is allegedly meeting with British officials to discuss the end of Assange’s asylum and the details of turning him over to British authorities.
June 19 marks six years since the founder of WikiLeaks entered the building of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. He hasn’t stepped foot outside it since.
“We only live once. So we are obligated to make good use of the time we have and do something that is meaningful and satisfying. This [WikiLeaks] is something that I find meaningful and satisfying. That is my temperament. I enjoy creating systems on a grand scale, and I enjoy helping people who are vulnerable. And I enjoy crushing bastards”
According to the BBC, Ecuador pulled the plug on Assange’s internet after he “questioned accusations that Moscow was responsible for the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter in the UK” back in early March. The Ecuadorian government views Assange’s move as something that could endanger their relations with the United Kingdom.
UK, not Russia, meddled in US election: Julian Assange tweets links between British establishment and Steele dossier
After WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange last week let the cat out of the bag regarding a dirty Trump dossier secret, his internet has been cut off at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, his refuge from the Deep State for the last 6 years.
WikiLeaks wanted Donald Trump to heap praise on Julian Assange in order to pressure Australia to “stop ingratiating itself” with Hillary Clinton, according to private Twitter messages made public by the US President’s son.
Damning emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman did not come from Russian hackers and the claim is being made to “delegitimize” Donald Trump, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in an exclusive interview.
Mediaite editor Jon Levine wrote a non-sarcastic article on Monday making “the case” for murdering famed Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange in a drone strike.
Sweden’s top prosecutor said Friday that she is dropping the seven-year investigation into a rape claim against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after almost seven years.
Friday’s announcement means Assange is no longer under any investigation in Sweden. British police said before the announcement that Assange is still wanted in Britain for jumping bail. Assange will face arrest if he leaves Ecuadorean embassy in London, U.K. police said.
The Latest: Ny: Assange still vulnerable if he enters Sweden
Sweden’s top prosecutor says the investigation of alleged sexual offenses could reopened if Julian Assange returns to Sweden before the statute of limitations lapses in 2020.
Update: according to Telesur, Lenin Moreno has won the Ecuadorian presidential election Sunday. With 94 percent of the vote counted, Lenin defeated former banker Guillermo Lasso, candidate for the right-wing alliance with 51.15 percent to 48.85 percent, according to results issued by the country’s National Electoral Council on Sunday at 8:20 p.m. The CNE said it was a transparent and successful election process. A victory for Moreno means that Assange will be safe from expulsion from Ecuador’s London embassy for the immediate future.
Meanwhile, Lasso has disputed the result and asked for a recount, setting the stage for potential protests in the historically turbulent Andean nation.