Category: World News
Sunday, 25 November 2018 03:51
Reports are coming in that WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange has been arrested by American authorities, and has already been secretly transported to Virginia, in the United States, for Arraignment on Tuesday.
Additional reports claim that the government of Ecuador has BARRED Assange Attorneys from seeing him at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London this weekend, seem to bolster this contention.
Julian Assange has been charged under sealed indictment amid accusations that he published American secrets, a report said on November 16.
The indictment against Assange was inadvertently revealed when Assistant US Attorney Kellen S. Dwyer urged a federal judge to “keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged,” according to the Washington Post.
Dwyer also told the judge that the charges would “need to remain sealed until Assange is arrested,” the paper said.
The revelations comes as special counsel Robert Mueller has probed WikiLeaks’ role in publishing emails from the Democratic National Committee and longtime Hillary Clinton aide John Podesta.
US intelligence agencies have alleged the emails were hacked by Russian spies and transferred to WikiLeaks.
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