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New Wiki-Leak To Put Oil In The Spotlights


The world is waiting on the newest release of information by Julian Assange of WikiLeaks, who has announced that over the next ten days, he will release a whole new spate of information covering a wide range of topics, including oil.

In addition to information about oil, Assange has promised that the latest series of unveilings will include the goods on the elections in the United States, arms, tech Giant Google, and mass surveillance. Assange made the announcement Tuesday to a press gathering in Berlin, from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, stating: “We hope to be publishing every week for the next 10 weeks. We have on schedule, and it’s a very hard schedule, all the U.S. election-related documents to come out before Nov. 8. Our upcoming series includes significant material on war, arms, oil, Google, the U.S. elections and myself.”

Ecuador gave Assange political asylum after he was charged with rape in Sweden, a charge that Assange denies. He feared that ultimately he would be extradited to the United States where he would face charges of espionage. The announcement from Assange came as a disappointment to many who stayed up late in the hope of hearing in the late-night hours at least some tidbits of the promised information, especially anything that might pertain the upcoming elections in the United States.

Lincoln Brown for Oilprice.com

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