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After months of seeking permission to visit Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, two German Parliamentarians, Sevim Dagdelen and Heike Hansel, were finally able to meet with the Australian publisher this past week. They held a press conference afterwards during which they denounced the United States’ extraterritorial persecutionContinue Reading

There was an interesting development this past week on the embassy.cat website with the release of several messages that hinted at a mysterious CIA document which apparently had been buried over the years.  It started last Friday when the infamous feline that used to live with Julian Assange at theContinue Reading

Yesterday, on the fourth floor of the Provincial Court of Pichincha located in Quito, Ecuador, a tribunal of judges, Fausto Chavez, Cecilia Acevedo, and Ana Intirago, listened to Julian Assange’s attorney, Carlos Poveda, present his appeal case against new rules Ecuador has put in place at the Ecuadorian embassy inContinue Reading

In the spirit of the holidays, it looks like “Embassy Cat” has created an Advent-like Christmas calendar about Julian Assange.  It can only be accessed via a mobile device and can be found at embassy.cat (“EmbassyCat – I used to live at the Ecuadorian Embassy with Julian Assange”), a websiteContinue Reading

Although I found myself veering off the reservation in my last post about @AnonScan’s #QuestOfRandomClues “Lizard People” video, you have to admit that you’re probably better off knowing about the U.S. government’s terrifying use of cyber weapons like Stuxnet than not.  Okay, maybe not for anxiety’s sake but we have aContinue Reading

On October 4, 2018, WikiLeaks started dropping clues about their upcoming publication, “Amazon Atlas,” a multi-page document that exposed the locations of Amazon’s cloud and data centers.  But in case you missed it they weren’t the only ones dropping hints.  On October 9, 2018, @AnonScan tweeted this out, The videoContinue Reading

Four days ago U.S. Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Eliot L. Engel sent a letter to Ecuador President Lenin Moreno warning him that it would be difficult to move forward with economic, counternarcotics, and USAID assistance if Julian Assange, an apparent “threat to global security,” wasn’t handed over to authorities.  Of courseContinue Reading

Part One:  WikiLeaks’ Quest of Random Clues Part Two: WikiLeaks’ Quest of Random Clues Days 3-4  (Scroll down to “CLUE FIVE” for latest updates) CLUE ONE October 4, 2018 Drawing of a mole that dates back to WikiLeaks’ beginnings. Code included in tweet breaks down to lat and long pointsContinue Reading

Part One → “WikiLeaks’ Quest of Random Clues”   DAY THREE:  OCTOBER 6, 2018 HINT ONE So the first thing I noticed yesterday was that WikiLeaks is giving us what I call “numbered clues” vs. what appears to be “unnumbered hints” (I went back and renumbered clues in my previousContinue Reading

DAY ONE: OCTOBER 4, 2018 CLUE 1 October 4, 2018, marked WikiLeaks’ twelve-year anniversary and to celebrate the occasion they posted a “Quest of Random Clues” for its followers on Twitter.  I’m not sure if we’re seeing another publicity move for an upcoming publication but just in case I figured IContinue Reading