Sunday, December 11, 2016

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Has Julian Assange gone missing after the 2016 Election

Ever since Julian Assange’s Internet was cut over a month ago, rumors started flying that he was taken, abducted, or worse.

During the month of October, WikiLeaks was the most used term in the media. The releases of the Podesta, Hillary and the DNC emails were earth shattering to the Clinton campaign and arguably contributed to her loss.

In late October, Assange’s Internet was cut in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, but did something else happen to him?

At the time, many loyal supporters thought he was taken and WikiLeaks was compromised, but now, weeks after the election, more and more people are starting to think that might be the case.

It is true that all the interviews and videos of Assange that have been seen over the last month were all pre-recorded and none talked about current events.

Groups like Anonymous and Infowars are assuming the worst.

See the video below from an Anonymous YouTube channel that provides the details surrounding this unusual case.

If something has happened to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, there is no evidence to prove it just yet.

Is it as extreme as Alex Jones claims or is Assange just taking some time away from the media and enjoying being disconnected with the Internet.

Now even WikiLeaks has asked the public to stop asking for proof of life.

There is simply not enough information to know what has happened to Julian.

The Ecuadorian embassy could end the speculation by giving Assange his Internet right back or letting him come to his window.

There is more to this story, and as information that can be verified comes out, we will let you know.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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wikileaks

The most used term online when discussing politics in October was the word WikiLeaks, but now the election is over, they’re far from done.

WikiLeaks was on the side of truth during the election, but that also benefited Donald Trump.

Now that Trump has won, thanks to Assange and his team constantly releasing damming emails from Hillary’s campaign, what can we expect next?

With a coming Trump presidency, it looks like Assange’s freedom could be restored.

On Monday, Sweedish officials are interviewing Assange in London, and taking his statement on the alleged crimes. Swedish officials have not given Assange the opportunity to give a statement in six years. Finally they are listening.

A live feed was available from outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where Assange has been living for the last four years.

A large crowd gathered outside the embassy and held signs that said FREE ASSANGE.

Julian Assange has become a “people’s” hero for releasing private documents from politicians and exposing corruption.

World leaders think of him a little differently.

Right now Trump is thanking his lucky stars for Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, but that could be different if WikiLeaks receives emails on Trump.

Thankfully WikiLeaks is not beholden to any party, just the truth and that is something we need in journalism.

Do you think authorities should release Julian Assange? Let us know in the comments below.

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assange

Julian Assange has gone silent and hasn’t been seen since Pamela Anderson visited him and gave him vegan food? Did she kill him?

Something is going on with Julian Assange, but nobody knows what it is.

The fearless leader of WikiLeaks has been kept in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for over four year now, without charge. He fears that he will be extradited to the United States and killed if he leaves.

Just last week, pressure from the US State Department forced Ecuador to cut Assange’s Internet access.

The day before, Pamela Anderson visited the famous whistleblower and brought him some vegan food. Did it kill him?

The former playmate of the year is a killer according to some on Twitter, but that is just one of the conspiracy theories surrounding Assange right now.

WikiLeaks released a statement on Assange after the Internet was cut, but it was more of a plea for Assange’s innocence than a statement about how he was doing.

Then just days later, WikiLeaks posted this tweet when fans started demanding proof of life.

He has gone silent which is very rare. WikiLeaks isn’t being very forthcoming about his situation either.

Some online even think that he was given a disguise and snuck out of the embassy and flown back to West Virginia on a small Gulf Stream. See the video that outlines this theory in a detailed video by AMTV on YouTube.

With so many people worried for him, no wonder there are a lot of conspiracies floating around, but many really do fear he is dead.

It wouldn’t be the first time someone from WikiLeaks died this year.

There is a lot of conspiracies about Assange but we don’t know what is true. When we find out, you’ll be the first to know.

Updated Video 10/27/16

Did someone just fake “proof of life” for Assange?

Do you think Assange is still alive? Let us know in the comments below.

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assange

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks and the ever-constant thorn in Hillary’s campaign, is alive and well, but he is not out of the woods.

Last week, there were suspected threats to Julian Assange’s life, and then all of a sudden his Internet was cut off.

Julian has never been charged with a crime, but yet he must remain inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London or he will be arrested and extradited to the United States.

Freedom eludes the elusive whistleblower, but now he is losing his ability to connect to the outside world.

The Embassy has cut off the use of his Internet and it will remain off until the election is over in the United States.

With Assange offline, the largest mouthpiece for the organization of WikiLeaks is gone. The greatest asset for marketing has been silenced. Assange knows his stuff and has been and investigative journalist and whistleblower for a decade.

He has a large following, and announces all the major leaks, but without him promoting the new releases, then it is up to the press in America to uncover all the truths in the almost daily releases.

The Editorial Board for WikiLeaks responded with a message that seemed to really exclude Ecuador from any blame in this matter. After all, Ecuador is the county that has given Assange asylum and is protecting him. They have housed Assange for over four years.

The statement is more of a plea for Assange’s freedom by announcing his innocence.

See the entire statement from the WikiLeaks Editorial Board below.

There is no doubt that Assange is being targeted because of his releases and if Clinton wins the White House, then he might really be in danger.

Do you think Assange is a hero or a criminal? Let us know in the comments below.

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rapist

A Saudi Arabian multi-millionaire in London was cleared of raping an 18-year-old girl–after a jury believed his ridiculous excuse.

The 18-year-old girl, whose name has not been released to the public, accused property developer Ehsan Abdulaziz, 46, of raping her as she slept on the sofa in his luxurious London apartment.

She woke up while he was forcing himself inside of her, with his hand between her legs.

But Abdulaziz claimed that the whole thing was an innocent mistake. Ludicrously, he claimed he merely “tripped and fell”–and landed on top of her while he was partially naked. He claimed he was just going out to see if she needed a t-shirt to sleep in, after she had fallen asleep on the couch.

“I’m fragile,” he explained. “I fell down but nothing ever happened, between me and this girl nothing ever happened.”

Abdulaziz had brought the girl and her friend, 24, home from a London nightclub last August, where he invited them to drink at his table.

Abdulaziz then offered them both rides back to his apartment in his Aston Martin, where they continued to drink.

He then took the 24-year-old friend into the bedroom to have sex, while the 18-year-old fell asleep on the couch.

The jury took just 30 minutes to acquit Abdulaziz.

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