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U.S. Likely to Drop Espionage Charges Against Julian Assange

It’s been almost three years since WikiLeaks started releasing hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables. Shortly after the first leak, the U.S. government convened a grand jury investigation into Julian Assange and his organization, considering whether to bring criminal charges against him That investigation seems to be coming to an end. See also: MafiaLeaks: Inside the Site That Wants to Take Down the Mob Anonymous U.S. officials hinted that the Justice Department is giving up on the charges against Assange for publishing the secret documents he received from Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, as first reported by The Washington Post. Read more…More about Department Of Justice, Wikileaks, Julian Assange, Us World, and Us

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U.S. Likely to Drop Espionage Charges Against Julian Assange

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