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Sunday, March 25, 2012

US Will Prosecute Wikileaks Owner

The American government is willing to arrest Julian Assange and has drawn up a secret charge sheet, hoping that they manage to extradite Wikileak’s owner to face one of its finest kangaroo courts.


The message proving this was found in a confidential internal email leaked from private American intelligence company, Stratfor. Wikileaks has recently started publishing 5 million of Stratfor leaked emails. In the message in question, the Stratfor’s vice-president for intelligence was discussing a media report about American investigations that targeted Wikileaks, saying “we have a sealed indictment on Assange”.

The author of the email is an expert on security and counter-terrorism having close ties to American intelligence and law enforcement agencies, an ex-chief of counter terrorism in the country’s State Department diplomatic security service.

Assange’s service is currently releasing over 5 million leaked Stratfor emails claimed to reveal how a private intelligence agency operates, and how they target people for their corporate and government clients.

The leaked message reveals that the American prosecutors drew up a secret indictment against Julian Assange over a year ago. Now Assange is awaiting a ruling of British Supreme Court on his appeal against extradition to Sweden to be questioned related to sexual assault allegations.

Julian Assange insists that extradition to Stockholm will open the way for his extradition to the United States on espionage or conspiracy charges. In fact, many experts agree that getting him discredited by having him banged up on a sex charge in Sweden would be much easier to organize than a more politically damaging trial in the United States.

Meanwhile, the US army private Bradley Manning was recently committed to face court martial for two dozen of alleged offenses, including “aiding the enemy” by leaking classified country’s documents to infamous service WikiLeaks. Within that hearing, the investigators had reportedly found a link between Julian Assange and Bradley Manning.

What it looks like is a secret grand jury had been gathered in the State of Virginia. If he’s charged under the American law, it would most likely be the 1917 Espionage Act.

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