BREAKING NEWS: JULIAN ASSANGE OF WIKILEAKS REPORTEDLY DEAD… *UPDATE*

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BREAKING JULIAN ASSANGE DEAD OR IN CUSTODY?

Early Reports Indicate Assange Is Threatening Suicide Within Ecuadorian Embassy

 

By Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

UPDATE (3:12 AM EST): Wikileaks confirmed that Julian Assange’s contact with the outside world had been severed by a “state” party.  As mentioned further within the body of this article, a number of cryptic tweets were released by the flagship Wikileaks.

These tweets referenced three names: John Kerry, Ecuador, and the UK FCO.  

John Kerry, of course, is Secretary of State. Ecuador’s Embassy in London is where Assange is currently seeking refuge.  

The UK FCO is equivalent to our State Department.  

From this information we are able to infer a number of things about the current state of affairs for the founder of Wikileaks.  

It would appear that the US State Department under Kerry is seeking to coordinate with the UK FCO to pressure Ecuador into releasing Julian Assange.

Thankfully, he is alive.

However, his status within the Ecuadorian Embassy remains uncertain. We cannot be certain, but all plausible signs point in that direction. If you are interested in following these developments further please check in with me on Facebook of Twitter. 

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Less important secondary UPDATE (3:33AM) :

Wikileaks has launched another tweet off requesting those of us with Twitter accounts to follow their secondary accounts in order to help them organize. See here:

 


UPDATE (9:00 PM EST): Police Have Been Reported Within The Ecuadorian Embassy


 

BREAKING NEWS: Exclusive AFF sources indicate that Ecuador is caving to pressure from the Clinton-friendly US Justice Department. Unconfirmed reports indicate that Julian Assange is holding his own life ransom. Situation remains “fluid.”

 

Earlier today, a number of reports were released indicating that Julian Assange had been assassinated but these reports were quickly shot down as false.  Still, shortly after the reports were out, the Wikileaks account released a series of cryptic and suspicious tweets targeting one group that he would only mention if his life was in imminent danger–his host country:

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Original Tweets Linked At Bottom Of This Article

Not long after this happened, an anonymous source confirmed that the information provided in the tweet is a sort of confirmation code called an SHA256 hash. With this code one is able to confirm that the integrity of the document is sound.  In essence, it’s a digital chain of custody.  Wikileaks has listed three names associated with these files: John Kerry, Ecuador, and the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

In addition to these tweets, Wikileaks also released a series of encrypted files onto the web as a safeguard.  If anything should happen to Julian Assange, the password to those files will be released to the general public.  One can only assume that the contents of the files are pertaining to the above-mentioned “targets.”

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Now, knowing that at least some form of threat prompted the release of this information, a lot of everything else is up in the air.  But there is one thing that can be asscertained about these tweets: Julian Assange is under some form of pressure from both the British and Ecuadorians.  There is no other reason that he would risk disrupting his residence within the Ecuadorian Embassy by threatening them if it was not a decision of last resort. This is very real.

 

The hacker community is not taking light of this however:

 

Here are the Original Wikileaks Tweets:

 

 

 

This article was written by Brett MacDonald. If you enjoyed this story or did not, hate mail can be left in the comments below and the author totally won’t ignore it.  

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