WikiLeaks: New leaks sufficient for Hillary-indictment

WikiLeaks: New leaks sufficient for Hillary-indictment
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced that his website will release more information about Hillary Clinton. Specifically, says Assange, which today has been arbitrarily detained for four years, that future documents contain "sufficient evidence" to prosecute the scandalous presidential candidate.

Currently Hillary Clinton's actions as former Secretary of State are being investigated by hundreds of investigators from the FBI, as she is suspected of having violated privacy rules by using the family's private e-mail server to send and receive confidential information.

The e-mail server was hacked after a while, and then US government secrets were revealed. The e-mails soon ended up with WikiLeaks, as one might have expected.

In March, CNN's political commentator Danny Sevallos reported that the Department of Justice had granted immunity to a former employee of the State Department who installed Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server, in order to hear him as a witness against Clinton. According to CNN, a prosecution would be expected, both for financial corruption and crimes against the confidentiality provisions, already during the election campaign.

Since then, however, not much has happened. But WikiLeaks has continued to release information from the server.

In total, WikiLeaks has released 32,000 e-mail messages from Hillary Clinton, but according to Julian Assange, this is only the beginning. Shortly he will be releasing e-mails that will give the FBI "sufficient evidence to prosecute Hillary Clinton" if the US government has "enough courage to do so," says Assange in an interview with the British television channel ITV.

During the television interview, which took place via a link from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Assange said that even if the evidence is sufficient for charges against Clinton, he doubts that the FBI will manage to get the politician on trial under the current administration, where the Obama-appointed Democrat Loretta Lynch is director of the Department of Justice.

Julian Assange was arrested in absentia by the Stockholm District Court six years ago accused of "rape" after releasing a large number of secret documents that were embarrassing for both Swedish and American politicians.

Four years ago, on 19 June 2012, Assange took refuge in Ecuador's embassy in London, where he was granted asylum as a political refugee. Last spring Sweden was was convicted by the UN Committee on Arbitrary Detention, which noted that Sweden is violating the Geneva Convention by persevering with the long arrest of Assange.

Today, Julian Assange's arbitrarily detainment passes the maximum penalty time for the offense which he is accused of. The Swedish Supreme Court, however, has concluded that the long period of detention is "reasonable".

For Hillary Clinton to escape imprisonment, seeking political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy could eventually turn out to be her only solution, thus switching place with Assange, the man who potentially brings her down. This move of poetic justice of course depends on the American press, and its will to infuriate the American people.

The ADX is certainly fine too btw.

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