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Pindostan Preparing Charges To Arrest Julian Assange
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Apr 20 2017

According to anonymous sources, CNN has just revealed that Pindo authorities have prepared charges and will seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for intelligence leaks dating all the back to 2010.

Pindostan authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, officials familiar with the matter tell CNN. The DoJ investigation of Assange and WikiLeaks dates to at least 2010, when the site first gained wide attention for posting thousands of files stolen by Chelsea Manning. Prosecutors have struggled with whether the First Amendment precluded the prosecution of Assange, but now believe they have found a way to move forward. During Obama’s administration, Attorney General Eric Holder and officials at the DoJ determined it would be difficult to bring charges against Assange because WikiLeaks wasn’t alone in publishing documents stolen by Manning. Several newspapers, including the NYT, did as well. The investigation continued, but any possible charges were put on hold, according to officials involved in the process then. The Pindo view of WikiLeaks and Assange began to change after investigators found what they believe was proof that WikiLeaks played an active role in helping Edward Snowden, a former NSA analyst, disclose a massive cache of classified documents.

This latest revelation comes just days after D/CIA Pompeo descibed WikiLeaks as a “non-state hostile intelligence service.”

Last week in a speech at CSIS in Washington, Pompeo went further than any previous scum boxtop in describing a role by WikiLeaks that went beyond First Amendment activity. He said: “WikiLeaks directed Manning to intercept specific secret information, and it overwhelmingly focuses on Pindostan. It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia.”

Of course, it’s unclear what immediate purpose the charges will serve given that Assange is holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for the sole pupose of avoiding arrest.

Pindostan Preparing Charges To Arrest Julian Assange
Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Apr 20 2017

In a stunning new report, CNN has just revealed, according to anonymous sources at least, that Pindo boxtops have prepared charges and will seek the arrest of Julian Assange for intelligence leaks dating all the way back to 2010.

Pindo boxtops have prepared charges to seek the arrest of Assange, boxtops familiar with the matter tell CNN. The DoJ investigation of Assange and WikiLeaks dates to at least 2010, when the site first gained wide attention for posting thousands of files stolen by Chelsea Manning.

This latest revelation comes after D/CIA Pompeo ramped up the Trump administration’s rhetoric against WikiLeaks describing it as a “non-state hostile intelligence service” earlier this week. Ironically, as we noted this morning, Pompeo’s comments can just days before the FBI and CIA admitted that they are searching for an “insider” at the CIA (not a Russian) who exposed thousands of top-secret documents that described CIA tools used to penetrate smartphones, smart televisions and computer systems.

Last week in a speech at the CSIS in Washington, CIA Director Mike Pompeo went further than any previous fuzz scum bastard in describing a role by WikiLeaks that went beyond First Amendment activity. He said WikiLeaks “directed Chelsea Manning to intercept specific secret information, and it overwhelmingly focuses on Pindostan. It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia.”

Pompeo’s comments were, of course, met with an immediate snarky reply from Assange over twitter.

For the past several years, Pindo prosecutors have struggled with whether the First Amendment precluded the prosecution of Assange. In fact, in what now appears to be a very prescient opinion piece, Julian Assange recently penned an article in the WaPo defending his publications by saying that his motives are “identical to those claimed by the NYT and the WaPo.”

Quite simply, our motive is identical to that claimed by the NYT and the WaPo, to publish newsworthy content. Consistent with the Pindosi Constitution, we publish material that we can confirm to be true irrespective of whether sources came by that truth legally or have the right to release it to the media.to protect the identities of at-risk intelligence agents.

During the Obama administration, Attorney General Holder and officials at the DoJ determined it would be difficult to bring charges against Assange because WikiLeaks wasn’t alone in publishing documents stolen by Manning. Several newspapers, including the NYT, did as well. The investigation continued, but any possible charges were put on hold, according to Pindo boxtops involved in the process then. CNN’s sources seem to believe those same prosecutors have now found a way to move forward, though we’re sure the NYT won’t receive similar arrest warrants. Of course, it’s unclear what immediate purpose the charges will serve, given that Assange is holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for the sole purpose of avoiding political persecution. We suspect that some form of ‘leverage’ is about to be applied against Ecuador to help them ‘remember’ that they have other immediate and critically important uses for Assange’s London bedroom. And this pretty much sums it up:

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