This may get quickly scrubbed from the internet, so let’s cut to the chase.
Reports have surfaced that Wikileaks dumped all its files online.
Files allegedly from Hillary Clinton’s emails, the Las Vegas shooting, John Podesta, the Middle East, the WHO, and CIA agents accused of rape.
There’s an index file going around online that claims to have all of Wikileaks’ dumped files.
I’ll add another link below, but this is the index file of Wikileaks documents
Here you go, please read and pass it on…
Index file: https://t.co/zW1tFMkKgh
Send to everyone you can as fast as you can pic.twitter.com/5TMRhEvxgM
— Angelus iustitiae (@AIustitiae) December 4, 2021
Index file! https://t.co/LXxijP1rqI
Send to everyone you can as fast as you can! 😎
— Liberty Freak (@963vry) December 1, 2021
Wikileaks have just dumped everything online. And I mean EVERYTHING. Let's get digging.https://t.co/XdCYpfrE6Q
— Joe ❤️ #StickYourVax (@Joeby52) December 1, 2021
From INI World Report:
Everything from Hillary Clinton’s emails, McCain’s being guilty, Vegas shooting done by an FBI sniper, Steve Jobs HIV letter, PedoPodesta, Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Bilderberg, CIA agents arrested for rape, WHO pandemic. Happy Digging! Here you go, please read and pass it on….. https://file.wikileaks.org/file/… These are Clinton’s emails: https://file.wikileaks.org/file/clinton-emails/
Could this have something to do with the alleged Wikileaks document dump?
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 4, 2021
The British Foreign Office can neither confirm nor deny if/how it responded to news that the CIA plotted to kidnap or murder a journalist on British soil. Senior British officials knew a plot existed, and reportedly agreed to "do the shooting".
An incredibly healthy democracy. pic.twitter.com/eUfPsva5WR
— John McEvoy (@jmcevoy_2) December 4, 2021
"The extrajudicial assassination of Julian Assange in London was discussed at the highest levels of the US government" | Assange Fiancee @stellamoris1 #FreeAssangeNOW #AssangeCase pic.twitter.com/77SDwAB7xc
— Defend Assange Campaign (@DefendAssange) December 3, 2021
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) December 3, 2021
As reported by the NUJ:
Reacting to an investigation by Yahoo! News, NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet said:
“The suggestion that US security services even considered kidnapping and murder on the streets of a trusted ally is chilling. That such acts might have been contemplated as a reaction to an individual who had simply published inconvenient truths is all the more troubling.
“At Assange’s extradition hearings, the US government did not contest evidence that individuals allegedly working on its behalf had bugged the Ecuadorian embassy in London, followed Assange’s family and associates, and burgled the office of his lawyer. That context makes these fresh allegations all the more difficult to dismiss.
“If true, the story from Yahoo! News’ blows a hole in the case made by the US government that its attempt to extradite Assange is not politically motivated.
“I am calling on the UK home secretary to explain whether the security services had any involvement in, or knowledge of, these plans.
“Furthermore, it is clear that when the US appeal against the dismissal of its extradition application in respect of Assange is heard in October, it should be dismissed out of hand and its subject released at once.”
Again, this is the alleged index file.
And this is the alleged file for Clinton’s emails.