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Where in the World is Clinton Foundation CEO Eric Braverman – asylum, hiding or dead?


Former Clinton Foundation CEO Eric Braverman is missing and rumors are surfacing that he may be hiding from the Clinton death machine due to a recent WikiLeaked email. Recent questions surround Braverman’s sudden disappearance: BREAKING: Former Clinton Fdn CEO Applies for Asylum? Somebody find Eric Braverman before #Hillary does > https://t.co/hqCCpCJ2EQ #Trump2016 pic.twitter.com/2EIHAMf53E — ViveLaFrance (@vivelafra) October 25, 2016 The ...

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Wikileaks: Status of Assange, Ecuador and the U.S. Election


Wikileaks released a statement on Sunday evening revealing their take on the current status of founder Julian Assange, Ecuador, and the United States election. From images of heavily-armed London police near the embassy to the Ecuadoran embassy cutting off Assange’s internet, the rumors have run rampant and now WikiLeaks seeks to clear things up with a release on all three ...

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Ecuador admits meddling in U.S. election by isolating Assange; also: WikiLeaks staff now missing


Ecuador, allegedly under pressure from the Obama administration, has admitted to cutting off WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange’s internet access. BREAKING: Ecuador admits it cut off Assange's internet due to his use of it to interfere in the U.S. election. pic.twitter.com/VNJ6sdHhHj — Eric Geller (@ericgeller) October 18, 2016 Reuters reports that Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has been a strong supporter of Julian Assange’s ...

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WikiLeaks: state actor cut Julian Assange’s internet access


WikiLeaks used its twitter account early Monday morning to announce that founder Julian Assange’s internet access has been severed by a ‘state actor.’ Julian Assange's internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the appropriate contingency plans. — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 17, 2016 Three tweets that preceded the announcement included a single subject and a ...

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CNN: It’s illegal for you to read the WikiLeaks emails – we’ll tell you what’s in them


The media is clearly unbiased. So when CNN’s Chris Cuomo informed Americans that only CNN could possess and interpret the Wikileaks emails, America was shocked … or not. On Wednesday, Cuomo informed the CNN audience that “It’s illegal to possess these stolen documents,” but that “it’s different for the media” and that everything Americans learn about these emails should be learned ...

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Kaine tries twice to claim authenticated email may not be real [video]


WikiLeaks is less than halfway through a treasure trove of emails allegedly hacked from John Podesta’s email account and the current Clinton campaign line is to claim that the emails may not even be real. In an ABC News interview, VP Candidate Tim Kaine was asked about a Clinton staffer email in which disparaging remarks were made about Catholics and the ...

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WIKI-Rolled – What we learned from the WikiLeaks Press Conference


Expectations were high that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would be releasing “bombshell” information on Hillary Clinton’s campaign at a press conference early Tuesday morning, but it turned out to be more of a publicity event for the organization. The lead-up to Assange’s speech was a celebration of the 10th anniversary of his organization with Julian’s “October surprise” as the piece-de-resistance – ...

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Full Event: Wikileaks/Assange 10yr anniversary Press Conference


Tuesday, October 4, 2016: Live stream coverage of the Wikileaks press conference featuring Julian Assange. Assange is expected to make an announcement and release information that could be potentially damaging to Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign. Begins at approximately 3am ET. UPDATE: Press conference will start at 4am ET, no reason for delay given. UPDATE: No bombshell yet, no schedule for ...

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Democrat Party Culture of Corruption – The New Evidence

What a revelatory week this has been for the Democrat Party. From media collusion, to the resignation of the head of the Democrat National Committee on the eve of the convention, the curtain has been pulled back on the inner workings and modus operandi of the DNC. Just a few days before the convention Julian Assange’s Wikileaks released over 20,000 ...

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Wikileaks Releases First Sections of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

Wikileaks releases details on TPP

Today Wikileaks released the ploy that is the Trans-Pacific Parnership (TPP). All these agreements on so-called “free trade” are negotiated outside the World TradeOrganization’s (WTO) framework. Conspicuously absent from the countries involved in these agreements are the BRICs countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China. Everything mentioned in today’s release supports the claims CDN has made that the TPP will ...

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Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years

Bradley Manning, the source of documents leaked to WikiLeaks, was sentenced today to 35 years in prison. Additionally, he was demoted, and given a dishonorable discharge. As a result of his conviction on charges of theft, fraud, and espionage last month, the maximum sentence Manning could have received was 90 years. USA Today reports: The judge in the case, Army ...

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WikiLeaks’ Founder Julian Assange Recieves Asylum from Ecuador

Ecuador said Thursday that it will be granting asylum to WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange. This decision, although good for the supporters of Assange, does little to defuse the growing standoff at the Ecuador Embassy in London, where Assange has been held up for two months claiming political persecution. Minister of Foreign Affairs Ricardo Patino said he and Ecuador believes that ...

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State Dept. Spokesman Crowley Resigns After Comments

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today accepted the resignation of the State Department Spokesman, P.J. Crowley. Crowley had been critical of the Pentagon on the detention of Private Manning, the service member that illegally delivered thousands of United State secrets to WikiLeaks.  While attending an MIT event, Crowley responded to an audience question on the treatment of the accused traitor: [O]ne ...

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