Wider conspiracy charges
A federal grand jury returned a second superseding indictment today charging bail-jumping Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, with offences that relate to his alleged role in one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States.
Federal prosecutors have brought an 18-count indictment against Julian Assange, accusing him of violating the Espionage Act.
The Swedish prosecutor heading an investigation into a rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange filed a request with a local court for him to be detained in absentia.
For jumping bail
The founder of WikiLeaks was sent down for 50 weeks for evading justice in 2012 hiding from the long arm of the law by holing himself up in the Ecuador embassy in London.
Mueller report tells of shady doings
Wikileaks Julian Assange faked a murder conspiracy of a Democratic National Committee staffer to hide the fact that he had been getting documents from Russian spooks.
Hacked, pooed, could not clean up after himself and starved his cat
Ecuador's foreign minister Jose Valencia has been moaning about Julian Assange's conduct during his stay in Ecuador's embassy.
Ecuador loses patience
British bobbies have arrested bail-jumper Julian Assange after he was kicked out of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he has lived for almost seven years.
Ironically after leaking documents about his hosts
Julian Assange’s organisation Wikileaks is claiming that he is about to be thrown out into the street by the Ecuadorian embassy.
Never tortured his cat
Wikileaks has issued a missive demanding that the press stop reporting negative facts about its glorious leader Julian Assange.
“Vault 7” is the most comprehensive release of US spying files ever made public
On Tuesday, the leak-focused site founded by Julian Assange released thousands of alleged CIA documents purporting to show how the agency has been able to crack open devices from Apple, Samsung, Google, and Microsoft.