Everything We Know About Assange, Wikileaks, and the Frantic Attempt to Shut Him Up
News that the Ecuadorian embassy in London cut off Wikileaks' access to the Internet is troubling, principally because of the question marks left as to Julian Assange's safety in England.
The saga of Julian Assange seems to be drawing to a climax – one that will decide the fate of this historic whistleblower who, for years, has been a giant thorn in the side of governments everywhere.
The third and final debate may have come and gone, but the daily Wiki Podesta dump continues.
"We can confirm Ecuador cut off Assange's internet access Saturday, 5pm GMT, shortly after publication of Clinton's Goldman Sachs (speeches)," the group said in a message posted to Twitter late Monday.
....and processes including electronic voting. I've been falsely arrested for it and active since mid-2003. Info on current election misconduct included. AMA – if it takes weeks I'll answer every question.
Though corruption and violence may permeate departments across the nation, good cops have repeatedly tried to stand against their less honest colleagues -- but all too often run into the Blue Wall of Silence for their efforts.
According to the New York Times, the contractor, who worked for the same company as Edward Snowden, was arrested for stealing highly-classified 'source codes' developed by the NSA to hack foreign government systems.
WikiLeaks' Assange signals release of documents before U.S. election … WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Tuesday the organization would publish around one million documents related to the U.S. election and three governments, but denied the