U.S. Government Accidentally Exposes Sealed Charges Against WikiLeaks and its Founder Julian Assange In Copy-Paste Error

U.S. Government Accidentally Exposes Sealed Charges Against WikiLeaks and its Founder Julian Assange In Copy-Paste Error By Aaron Kesel The U.S. Department of Justice just accidentally revealed that it has had sealed charges against WikiLeaks’ publisher Julian Assange in a botched filing on another case. SCOOP: US Department of Justice “accidentally” reveals existence of sealed charges (or a draft for them) against WikiLeaks’ publisher Julian Assange in apparent cut-and-paste error in an unrelated case also at the Eastern District of Virginia. https://t.co/wrjlAbXk5Z pic.twitter.com/4UlB0c1SAX — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) November 16, 2018 The…

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WikiLeaks: Julian Assange Sues Ecuador For Violating “Fundamental Rights And Freedoms”

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange Sues Ecuador For Violating “Fundamental Rights And Freedoms” By Aaron Kesel Lawyers for Julian Assange are suing Ecuador, accusing the government of violating Assange’s “fundamental rights and freedoms.” Statement: WikiLeaks publisher @JulianAssange launches case against his continued gagging, duress https://t.co/uVQbYRlth1 pic.twitter.com/dOuX6r8Hu4 — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 19, 2018 This comes after Ecuador cut off communications with the WikiLeaks founder for months. Assange has been barred up inside Ecuador’s London embassy for more than six years. Last week the country promised to restore his connection while issuing Assange a set…

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WikiLeaks Releases A Detailed List Of All Amazon Web Services Data Centers Ahead Of DoD Decision

WikiLeaks Releases A Detailed List Of All Amazon Web Services Data Centers Ahead Of DoD Decision By Aaron Kesel WikiLeaks has published an alleged “highly confidential” document outlining the addresses and operational details of Amazon Web Services (AWS) data centers called Amazon Atlas. The international whistleblowing organization claims to have published the document as an attempt to shed light on the “largely hidden” locations of cloud-based servers. “While one of the benefits of the cloud is the potential to increase reliability through geographic distribution of computing resources, cloud infrastructure is remarkably…

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Missing WikiLeaks Associate Is Latest Mysterious Incident Involving Whistleblowers

Missing WikiLeaks Associate Is Latest Mysterious Incident Involving Whistleblowers By Aaron Kesel A WikiLeaks associate and well-known information security author behind “Information Security for Journalists” has gone missing according to the WikiLeaks Twitter account. .@JulianAssange associate and author of “Information Security for Journalists” @ArjenKamphuis has disappeared according to friends (@ncilla) and colleagues. Last seen in Bodø, #Norway, 11 days ago on August 20. pic.twitter.com/dV75NGKpgI — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) August 31, 2018 Arjen Kamphuis, 47, was last seen in Bodø, Norway, 16 days ago on August 20th. According to police, Kamphuis purchased camping equipment…

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Julian Assange’s Hand Over To UK May Be Imminent According To WikiLeaks

Julian Assange’s Hand Over To UK May Be Imminent According To WikiLeaks By Aaron Kesel According to a tweet by the internationally known organization WikiLeaks, its founder’s fate may be decided within a mere few days or weeks, and Julian Assange might be handed over on a silver platter by Ecuador to the UK government. Then presumably Assange will be handed over to the U.S. government and extradited to the United States. The head of RT, Margarita Simonyan, tweeted in Russian that her sources indicate Assange will be handed over to…

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The War Is On To Stop The Extradition Of Julian Assange

The War Is On To Stop The Extradition Of Julian Assange By Aaron Kesel WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may soon face eviction from the London embassy that has sheltered him for the last six years “any day now” according to reports there are ongoing discussions about the matter. Ecuador and Britain are in high-level discussions over Assange’s fate, the Sunday Times of London reported. Ministers and senior Foreign Office officials are in discussions over the fate of Assange’s asylum. The new Ecuadorean president Lenín Moreno – who has called Assange a “stone in the shoe”…

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WikiLeaks Compiles Database Of Public ICE Officials’ Information Searchable To Public After ICE And Other Police Caught Marrying Activists To Spy

WikiLeaks Compiles Database Of Public ICE Officials’ Information Searchable To Public After ICE And Other Police Caught Marrying Activists To Spy By Aaron Kesel The international organization widely known for leaking government information and giving transparency to corruption and corrupt politicians has just created a searchable database of public information on ICE officials. This comes amid a public outcry of ICE aiding in the imprisonment of children in what has been deemed U.S. President Donald Trump’s “child internment camps” causing a separation of kids from migrant families. WikiLeaks released a new…

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Pink Floyd Frontman Opens Show By Exposing The Government Silencing of Julian Assange

Pink Floyd Frontman Opens Show By Exposing The Government Silencing of Julian Assange By Jay Syrmopoulos Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters showed solidarity with Julian Assange during a concert in Berlin by unveiling a message in red text projected onto a black backdrop, which read “Resist the attempted silencing of Julian Assange,” before the start of his concert. “Resist the attempted silencing of @JulianAssange” –Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) concert this evening. pic.twitter.com/Tw1ukEfTQ4 — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 2, 2018 Waters’ show of support for the WikiLeaks founder happened as supporters and friends of…

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