Is Julian Assange Dead? Did Pam Anderson Kill Him? Everything You Need To Know About Founder Of WikiLeaks This AM
WikiLeaks says that the internet access was cut to its founder, Julian Assange. They have since “activated the appropriate contingency plans.”
Assange has taken up a safe haven in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for more than four years after skipping bail to avoid being extradited over sex crimes allegations in Sweden. Assange has denied the accusations and fears his capture could lead to a subsequent extradition to the U.S. for his role in obtaining and publishing classified information.
A woman who picked up the phone at the embassy said, “I cannot disclose any information.”
On Sunday, the WikiLeaks Twitter account posted three cryptic messages that contained a 64-character code.
Now many people believe Julian Assange is dead. Speculation was that the tweets were the result of a “dead man’s switch,” triggered in the event of Julian Assange being assassinated. However, there is no proof that Assange is dead.
Edward Snowden tweeted, then quickly deleted, a similar code in August.
Some believe the posts suggest a pre-commitment tweet, and that they are going to release current Secretary of State John Kerry’s emails.
Former Donald Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone suggest that Kerry orchestrated Assange’s internet to be shut down.