The United States government sent a plane loaded with FBI agents, but disguised as computer professionals. The mission of the agents was simple: to frame Julian Assange in Iceland so that he could possibly be indicted in Iceland.
After WikiLeaks published the United States classified cables supplied by Chelsea Manning, authorities began investigating Assange with a view to prosecuting him under the Espionage Act of 1917. In November 2010, the then United States Attorney-General Eric Holder said there was “an active ongoing criminal investigation” into WikiLeaks and Assange. Even a leaked document in 2012 revealed that a federal grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia had secretly indicted Assange. Though the United States government later said the leaked letter was not authentic and that Assange has not been indicted, Edward Snowden exposed the lies of the government when he too also leaked sensitive materials.
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