Prosecutor Accidentally Reveals That the US Secretly Charged Julian Assange

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 16, 2018

Donald Trump better intervene if the Feds make a move against Assange.

He did nothing wrong.


Julian Assange has been already charged by the US, but the case will remain sealed until the arrest of the whistleblower, WikiLeaks has revealed citing court filings unrelated to its co-founder.

“…no other procedure is likely to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged,” assistant US Attorney Kellen S. Dwyer wrote urging a judge to keep the matter sealed. However, the exact nature of the alleged charges against the whistleblower was not immediately revealed and is not to be disclosed until Assange’s arrest, according to the document.

WikiLeaks tweeted the document on Thursday, saying it was an “apparent cut-and-paste error.”

The same court filings were cited in a Washington Post report. The paper said citing its sources that what Dwyer said was true, but the disclosure was unintentional.

The US attorney’s office in the Eastern District of Virginia, where the document revealing the alleged charges was originally filed, said the “court filing was made in error,” according to the Washington Post report.

Earlier, the Wall Street Journal reported citing sources that prosecutors in the US were discussing the possibility of charging Assange with a number of crimes which, they hope, would see him expelled from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

While the DOJ has been investigating Assange for eight years, the prosecutors have yet to agree on the precise charges the 47-year-old might face. The possibility of charging the whistleblower with violating the Espionage Act has come up in discussions, WSJ notes.

The concept of secret criminal charges used to secretly arrest someone who doesn’t know they’re charged with anything is totally against the United States Constitution. The whole concept of using “national security” to get around the Constitution is Unconstitutional.

But Assange clearly knew this was coming.

His holing-up in the embassy was never about Sweden’s rape charges – which were based on a woman’s claim that he didn’t tell her he didn’t have a condom on. He always said it was part of a plot to extradite him to the US, even while the US claimed they hasn’t actually charged him with anything.