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Julian Assange and WikiLeaks Hit By a State Sponsored Cyber Attack

Australian founder of whistleblowing website, 'WikiLeaks', Julian Assange speaks to media after giving a press conference in London on July 26, 2010.  The founder of a website which published tens of thousands of leaked military files about the war in Afghanistan said Monday they showed that the "course of the war needs to change".  In all, some 92,000 documents dating back to 2004 were released by the whistleblowers' website Wikileaks to the New York Times, Britain's Guardian newspaper, and Germany's Der Spiegel news weekly.    Assange also used a press conference in London to dismiss the White House's furious reaction to the disclosures.    AFP PHOTO/Leon Neal (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

Australian founder of whistleblowing website, ‘WikiLeaks’, Julian Assange speaks to media after giving a press conference in London on July 26, 2010. The founder of a website which published tens of thousands of leaked military files about the war in Afghanistan said Monday they showed that the “course of the war needs to change”. In all, some 92,000 documents dating back to 2004 were released by the whistleblowers’ website Wikileaks to the New York Times, Britain’s Guardian newspaper, and Germany’s Der Spiegel news weekly. Assange also used a press conference in London to dismiss the White House’s furious reaction to the disclosures. AFP PHOTO/Leon Neal (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

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Julian Assange is assuring his supporters that he is very much alive and that the codes sent out yesterday were part of a contingency plan in case something happened to him.  Assange is holed up inside the Ecuador Embassy in London and his only way of communicating was through the internet.  His people are working to try to restore service.  There is another coincidence that many people feel is connected to the cyber attack:

At 6.30am this morning WikiLeaks tweeted: ‘Julian Assange’s internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party’, with conspiracy theorists claiming that it is linked to John Kerry’s visit to London to meet Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. 

Three mysterious tweets were sent out after Assange’s internet was shut down:

Twitter was alight with the conspiracy theory on Sunday night after these three tweets that appeared to be coded were posted on the WikiLeaks account and branded a 'dead man's switch'

Assange has been releasing very damaging emails from John Podesta and is expected to have more, more damaging information to leak.  Perhaps medical records?  Hillary’s brain doctor was found dead and the police are calling it suicide.

From The Mail Online:

Anderson, an advocate for animals’ rights, later said that she brought Assange ‘a nice vegan lunch’.

‘He said I tortured him with bringing him vegan food,’ she then joked.  

The former Playboy model said the WikiLeaks founder was doing ‘really well’ but expressed concern for him and his family.

The Australian has been living in the embassy for over four years and has been granted political asylum by Ecuador.

He is due to be questioned over a sex allegation in Sweden – which he denies. Mr Assange believes that if he goes to Sweden he will be extradited to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks.

The ex-Baywatch star told the Press Association: ‘I really believe in him and think he’s a good person, and I’m concerned about his health, his family, and I just hope that by some miracle he’s set free.’ 

 

 

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