U.S. Investigators Probing Years of WikiLeaks Activities: Sources

U.S. News

A source who met Assange inside the Ecuadorean Embassy said that the WikiLeaks founder believes that among the subjects upon which he suspects an American indictment would be based would be WikiLeaks' publication in March 2017 of a trove of hacking tools developed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which WikiLeaks called "Vault 7".


Chelsea Manning: Wikileaks source jailed for refusing to testify

BBC News

Former US intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning has been jailed for refusing to testify before an investigation into Wikileaks. A Virginia judge ordered her taken into custody until the grand jury's work is finished or she decides to testify. Manning said she shared everything she knows during her court-martial. Manning was found guilty in 2013 of charges including espionage for leaking secret military files to Wikileaks, but her sentence was commuted. Manning told US District Judge Claude Hilton that she would "accept whatever you bring upon me", but would not testify, the Associated Press reported.


In New CIA WikiLeaks Trove, \_( ︿ )_/ , ( _ ) And ᶘ ᵒᴥᵒᶅ

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WikiLeaks didn't say where it obtained the documents, aside from a statement that claimed they were "circulated among former U.S. government hackers and contractors in an unauthorized manner, one of whom has provided WikiLeaks with portions of the archive."


WikiLeaks publish 1000s of what it says are CIA documents

Associated Press

PARIS (AP) — WikiLeaks has published thousands of documents that it says come from the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence, a dramatic release that appears to give an eye-opening look at the intimate details of the agency's cyberespionage effort.


ASSANGE FIRES BACK WikiLeaks founder blasts hacking report on Russia

FOX News

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fired back Monday at the U.S. intelligence community for its report stating the anti-secrecy website was used by the Russian government to distribute hacked information from Democratic figures during the run-up to the presidential election. Assange, speaking during an audio-only Periscope Q&A session, said the source of his information was not a member "of any government" or "state parties" and did not "come from the Russian government." The WikiLeaks editor-in-chief blasted Friday's declassified intelligence report on "Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections" as being inadequate and misleading. "It was not an intelligence report," Assange said. "It does not have the structure of an intelligence report.