Tag Archives: Julian Assange

Evidence offered that murdered Democrat insider was WikiLeaks source

It has been claimed that murdered US Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich was the source of sensitive documents leaked to WikiLeaks. But this claim is not from WikiLeaks, which has a long-held policy of never divulging its sources. … Continue reading

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may be about to face his greatest challenge yet

On 19 May 2017, Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny announced the end of a preliminary investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. But Assange is staying exactly where he is. At least until he receives assurances that he won’t … Continue reading

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The companies that know your every move, and the journalist jailed for exposing them [VIDEO]

  To offer cyber protection, we need to understand cyber intrusion (i.e. hacking). And US journalist Barrett Brown was researching the companies that practise both. Until, that is, he was sent to jail. On 6 March 2012, Brown’s home was raided … Continue reading

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An extraordinary plot against Julian Assange is foiled – new evidence comes to light

This is the extraordinary story of a sting operation that could have been lifted from the script of a ‘Spooks’ episode. It involves WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the US, Russia, and even allegations of paedophilia. The conspiracy to entrap Assange, … Continue reading

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Julian Assange needs an MRI for acute shoulder pain: here’s why

Julian Assange, founder and editor in chief of Wikileaks, has been suffering from severe and acute shoulder pain in his right shoulder for several months. A physician was unable to diagnose the cause and so has recommended an MRI scan. … Continue reading

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Assange: Sweden backs off, US closes in, UN ruling imminent – game changer?

In two weeks time the statute of limitation will apply to the bulk of the investigation by Sweden into allegations made against Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of Wikileaks. It is not clear if at that stage the EAW (European Arrest Warrant) … Continue reading

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Which is more reprehensible: censorship of a movie, or censorship of US war crimes?

We live in surreal times. In the same week that saw the publication of the heavily-redacted US Senate report into CIA torture; the refusal by the British Government that it knew about US renditions flights using UK territory; and the … Continue reading

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