If Julian Assange is Coming to the United States- Trump’s Team is in Trouble
Per WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Ecuador is seeking to end his asylum in the embassy in London and hand him over to the United States. What does this mean for President Trump and his campaign? It’s not good.
Assange has been staying at the embassy for six years as a way to avoid extradition to Sweden. Per Assange, he could end up in Washington where no doubt Special Counsel Robert Mueller will question him regarding his role in releasing Hillary Clinton’s hacked emails and that of the DNC (Democratic National Committee).
Remember, at a campaign rally, President Trump said how much he loved WikiLeaks, and if they had Clinton’s emails, to release them. Within twenty-four hours, Clinton’s emails were.
If Julian Assange is extradited to the United States, considering all the information he potentially has as it relates to Russia’s election meddling, he may avoid prosecution all together with an immunity deal, not to mention that legally, Assange has a defense that he is merely the publisher of information comparable to a journalist, and thus, not subject to prosecution, unlike the person leaking the information.
Looking forward, Assange no doubt should be tired of living in an embassy, and if the United States could work out an immunity deal that would even include other countries since we are talking about national security issues, Assange may welcome an extradition to the United States.
There’s no doubt that Special Counsel Mueller has Roger Stone in his cross-hairs. Stone I believe is a key to Clinton’s email hack and Russia’s election meddling.
Remember, Stone arrogantly claimed to be in contact with Assange and eventually walked back those statements, now saying that his former friend Randy Credico was the middle person, a move to deflect and place blame on Credico who has now requested immunity to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Credico already testified before the Grand Jury in the Mueller investigation.
Roger Stone’s prior interviews are being listened by Robert Mueller in order to determine Stone’s contact with WikiLeak’s Julian Assange.
With Special Counsel Robert Mueller continuing to look at Roger Stone and his dealings with WikiLeaks, Mueller is looking for a collusion charge.
Usually, the person with the most information or the biggest fish is the last to get prosecuted, and that may be the situation with Stone. In this case, any unanswered questions regarding Stone or Russia’s election meddling, would be blown wide open if Assange starts to talk. Assange is potentially the Pandora’s Box to the Russia probe.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Randy Credico is the key and connection to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, and the hacking of Hillary Clinton’s email and the server at the DNC (Democratic National Committee).
Randy Credico has now been subpoenaed by the Senate Intelligence Committee and considering he has been saying during media interviews that Roger Stone was trying to buy him off by paying his attorney’s fees, we now know what he most likely testified about before the Grand Jury.