He blew the whistle on the deep state and the Clintons crime cabal, he has some dangerous enemies.
What we don’t know about the U.S. prosecution of Assange is virtually everything.
By Bill Blum, a former judge and death penalty defense attorney, and cross-posted from truthdig
After years of speculation, we now know that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been accused by the Justice Department of committing crimes against the United States. We know this because an assistant U.S. attorney named Kellen S. Dwyer screwed up and inadvertently disclosed in a motion filed on Aug. 22 in an unrelated case that Assange has been secretly charged in an accusation that has been placed under seal.
The unrelated case is pending in the Eastern District of Virginia against Seitu Sulayman Kokayi, 29, who, according to The Washington Post, is linked to international terrorism and whose father in-law has been convicted of committing terrorist acts.
What we don’t know about the prosecution of Assange is virtually everything else.
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