Julian Assange's internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the appropriate contingency plans.— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 17, 2016
FOX News: WikiLeaks says Assange's Internet link was severed by 'state party'
WikiLeaks said Monday that its founder Julian Assange’s Internet link was severed by a “state party” and that “appropriate contingency plans” had been activated.
The website’s announcement came hours after it published three cryptic tweets. The messages referenced Ecuador, Secretary of State John Kerry and the United Kingdom’s Foreign Commonwealth Office. Each tweet was matched with a string of numbers.
Gizmodo noted that the 64-character codes sparked a whirlwind of rumors that the 45-year-old Assange had died. Rumors on Reddit and Twitter said the numbers triggered a so-called “dead man’s switch,” which could be enacted in case Assange did die. Gizmodo reported that such switches do exist.
WikiLeaks hasn’t tweeted anything else about Assange’s Internet access or how it may have been “severed.”
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WNU Editor: I love how the media is covering the entire Wikileaks story. For the New York Times .... just today .... the new revelations are on page 18. For the Washington Post .... David Ignatius says this morning that there is nothing in these leaks ....just normal politics. Are you kidding! Has David Ignatius read what is in these leaks? If there ever was a case of "pay to play" .... these emails are reeking of it.
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