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Friday, January 5, 2018

Trump Clearing the Way for Wikileaks Julian Assange to Return to the U.S.

Has Trump cleared the way for Assange to return to the U.S.? Wikileaks claims coded tweet implies Trump administration isn't looking to charge hacker

  • New report says several indicators show that Trump has cleared the path for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be pardoned 
  • If pardoned, he would be able to leave the embassy he's been living in without fear of arrest
  • The report cites a recent motion filed on December 29 and a tweet by the federal government as evidence that the US is building a case to pardon Assange
PUBLISHED: 06:00 GMT, 5 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:03 GMT, 5 January 2018

Source: Daily Mail | By Reporter

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be able to return to the US without fear of arrest, according to a new report.

The article by InfoWars cites a WikiLeaks retweet which reads: 'US government on why it has decided to close its eight year long grand jury proceedings against @WikiLeaks (expanded in 2017 to cover our series on the CIA). Wait, what?.'

WikiLeaks was retweeting a State Department tweet from January 2, which includes a clip of spokesperson Heather Nauert during a press briefing.

She says: 'We support a freedom of the press. When a nation clamps down on social media, we ask the question — what are you afraid of? We support the people of Iran, and we support their voices being heard.'

The report goes on to say that WikiLeaks is suggesting that there is coded communication within the tweet.

The 'code', according to InfoWars, means the State Department's reference to free speech in Iran extends the umbrella of free speech and press rights to WikiLeaks.

A new report out suggests the government is readying to pardon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

'Coded communications' from the US federal government exist in this tweet, the report says

The report goes on to say that extending the free speech and press rights to WikiLeaks is a 'clear reversal of the policy in which both CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Attorney General Sessions have argued that arresting Julian Assange is a priority.'

The report suggests that Assange has not violated national security laws regardless of if it can be proven he published U.S. national security classified documents.

The report continues further, reporting that a motion was filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Dec. 29, 2017, in the case of Roy Cockrum vs. Donald J. Trump for President.

The report says a motion filed by attorneys for Trump's campaign are also a factor in a potential Assange pardon

'We support a freedom of the press': U.S. State Dept

In the motion, InfoWars reports, Trump’s attorneys had argued Assange had a right under the First Amendment to publish the DNC and John Podesta emails, even if the emails were stolen.

In essence, Infowars says, that with that motion pending, President Trump's campaign lawyers are paving the way for pardoning Assange, which would be a precursor for him being allowed to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in London without fear of arrest by U.S. federal authorities.

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