‘Sex was consensual’: WikiLeaks’ Assange reveals ‘denial of rape’ claims given to Swedish prosecutor — The Most Revolutionary Act

WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange has released his full testimony to Swedish prosecutors for the first time, saying he is ‘entirely innocent’ regarding sexual assault claims. He has spent four years inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid arrest. It is the first time he has gone public with his version of events surrounding the […]

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3 thoughts on “‘Sex was consensual’: WikiLeaks’ Assange reveals ‘denial of rape’ claims given to Swedish prosecutor — The Most Revolutionary Act

  1. Yeah the “honey trap” is most common among agents and agencies, but the BIG QUESTION is what happened to Assange after the Wikileaks “dead-man switch” was activated and another server became the Wikileaks source around October 2016?
    It was weeks before the end of October, I recall many truth seekers repeatedly asking if Julian was killed, or at least they began requesting “proof of life”.
    Proof of Life” became a campaign among truth seekers, then something strange happened.
    Claims began surfacing that video recorded Julian Assange interviews proves he lives…
    To my knowledge no solid evidence has surfaced to prove Julian is alive or safe from harm.
    Which has me suspicious about the timing of the “edited and televised” recorded Julian Assange interviews that appeared on news media (including RT news) after the “dead-man switch” was activated.

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    Posted 31 Oct 2016 by MAXLIBERTY

      • Over the years I have not made an effort to jump into the Wikileaks/Julian Assange rabbit hole, but many researchers and truth seekers I have discussions with did.
        If I recall their story, the narrative was that in 2010 Julian Assange was questioned by law enforcement investigators for several suspicious charges of rape…

        The espionage spy speculation was it was a tactic to stop Wikileaks, and at that time he had offered an affidavit stating his innocence but had to seek refuge from being extradited to the U.S. gang.
        Fast forward to your reposting the recent rape narrative claims and I would question the timing of the release of this recent additional narrative as a possible ploy to influence public opinion to believe Julian Assange is alive and well, even though the public has no convincing evidence that Julian is in good health or alive.

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