Julian Assange essentially baited a world press that had hoped for the long-awaited killer Hillery Clinton information dump early this morning.
Although they did get a good background on the Wikileaks group as it celebrated its 10th anniversary, the MSM got nothing new on the U.S. Democratic nominee for president they so hungered for as they assembled on short notice at a Berlin birthday party celebration combined with a news conference.
Assange promised an intense document release schedule over the next 10 weeks on revelations from Google, military operations, arms trading and mass surveillance. He also said all Clinton documents would be released before the Nov. 8 election in the U.S. – beginning later this week.
The presentation was marred by very low quality and even an audio/video sync loss half way through Assange’s message. He spoke from his self-imposed imprisonment inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London in which he exiled himself in 2012 to escape Swedish rape charges which he fears would turn into an extradition to the United States to face trial for releasing US military documents.