28.02.2012 A top official at the private research service Stratfor told colleagues via e-mail last year that WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange was the subject of a sealed indictment by the U.S. Government, the Sydney Morning Herald ...
Dec. 27 (Bloomberg) -- WikiLeaks founder has JulianAssange has agreed with U.K. and U.S. publishers to write a memoir, according to the news reports. Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton... - 12.27.2010, Bloomberg
23.08.2012 [Daily Beast] - Could JulianAssange be a bit paranoid? Despite his conviction that the United States is on a “witch-hunt” against him, sources within the U.S. government say they have no charges against him. Obama's administration has said that the WikiLeaks
23.08.2012 [PolicyMic] - JulianAssange, is the founder and editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, an organization that two years ago made it's splash debut in the media after releasing thousands of confidential U.S. diplomatic cables. The information released through this organization
23.08.2012 [Huffington Post] - WASHINGTON, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Despite claims by JulianAssange that Washington is plotting to extradite and execute him, U.S. and European government sources say the United States has issued no criminal charges against the WikiLeaks founder and
13.07.2013 - — Authority 138 —as evidence of the “true nature" of U.S. foreign policy, confounding Washington’s claim to the moral high ground. Like Julian […] Assange and Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden, in the Kremlin’s eyes, has played a useful function in exposing what President
19.08.2012 [The Atlantic Wire] - JulianAssange made his first public appearance since seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London almost two months ago. Assange called for the U.S. to end the "witch hunt" against Wikleaks from an embassy balcony. "I speak to you from up here
20.08.2012 [VentureBeat] - Founder JulianAssange asked President Obama today to “renounce [the United States'] witch hunt” against Wikileaks, the website that published a number of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables. The speech comes soon after Assange was granted asylum in
20.07.2011 The FBI says the group named the attack “Operation Avenge Assange,” after Wikileaks' leader JulianAssange. Those arrested will be prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney Offices in the Northern District of California, which is dealing with the ...