WikiLeaks Cancels Major Announcement Due to ‘Security Concerns’

Assange may be deliberately stoking anticipation about the announcement.

Rick Moran writes:

…The hacking group WikiLeaks has cancelled a highly anticipated announcement set for Tuesday due to “security concerns.”

[Read the full story here, at PJ Media]

The announcement was set to be made…(read more)

Heat Street:

Wikileaks has abruptly canceled a much-anticipated announcement on Tuesday, according to NBC News. The announcement had been expected to be founder Julian Assange’s long-promised document dump on Hillary Clinton. NBC’s Jesse Rodriguez reported that the Tuesday announcement — which was to come from the balcony of London’s Ecuadorian Embassy, where Assange has sought sanctuary for years – was canceled due to “security concerns”.

Wikileaks has not said when it will now make its “announcement”.

Assange appeared on Fox News last month, repeating his assertion that Wikileaks has damaging documents on Clinton and suggested…(read more)

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“Security concerns”? In the middle of London? Assange may be deliberately stoking anticipation about the announcement. Or, he may fear for his life..(read more)

Source: PJ Media


4 Comments on “WikiLeaks Cancels Major Announcement Due to ‘Security Concerns’”

  1. joekano76 says:

    Reblogged this on TheFlippinTruth.

  2. Rifleman III says:

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Oh well…

  3. michelle bryant says:

    Lady Macbeth has made an example out of Seth. Julian doesn’t want to wake up staring and screaming into the eyes of a horse’s head on his pillow.

  4. resterrestern says:

    It seems he may make these expected revelations tomorrow morning, according to the last news! Let’s see


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