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Julian Assange Moves to Block Release of Twitter Data

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The Icelandic government and two people affiliated with Wikileaks’ Julian Assange announced today that they are asking a federal judge to block Twitter from turning over information about Assange’s Twitter activities to a federal court.

The dispute crystallizes the question of whether Assange’s recent activities are part of a criminal conspiracy or a larger government conspiracy to cover up information about US diplomatic efforts – and alleged classified information about UFO sightings and interactions. It also challenges the Justice Department’s recent argument that it can legally confiscate computer data and read months' worth of private messages, even if they have nothing to do with the WikiLeaks information.

“It’s interesting to see how the federal government is reacting,” said Jan Bowers, a UFO researcher based in Los Angeles. “It almost seems like there is an ‘invisible hand’ at work behind the scenes, controlling what UFO information is released, what is not, and what disinformation is thrown into the mix.”

If the Twitter information is released, it will allow the court to map out Assange’s entire “Twitter Universe”, showing not only what information was communicated, but where each person was geographically during the conversations.

The federal government is investigating whether WikiLeaks leaked classified diplomatic and military information, even though Assange was not the original leaker. This had led many to believe that he is being used as a scapegoat; some have even theorized that the information he has in his possession is so sensitive that the federal government is using lawsuits and threats of incarceration to stop the release of some of the more sensitive information, including the data about UFOs and extraterrestrials.

An e-mail seeking Justice Department comment was not immediately returned Tuesday.

What do you think?

Comments

  • JohKen 3 years ago

    I think the gov't (perhaps only the covert factions who stand to be exposed and therefore indentified) is in a total state of panic. OR...this could be a cleverly orchestrated attempt to disclose ET/UFO information to the public. You have to remember that these covert operatives have had SIXTY YEARS to hone their skills and hiding/denying/ridiculing alien activity. Anyone who sticks to it that long has got to have attained some effective skills.

  • Masood11 3 years ago

    Masood11

    Julian has no wrong. U.S government always think how many countries are developing and how many countries are not liked them. So.... I say that after thinking they wish to attack and saying there was Taliban. Julian just done one step. We should go for next. That's reason U.S wants Julian's judgment in their country. Shame.....LOL....for U.S

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  • Keith Richard Radford Jr 3 years ago

    Why? informants go to police and tell a lie and someone gets murdered by people like some disgusting bunch of town vigilante torch bearers, but when people that are sworn to protect and serve tell someone they will destroy evidence for the greater good, HA! really? The information is not lies is it Mr. Assange? I have only heard people don't like being told on, well I can tell you through religious and political pandering we have been lied to for far too long and perception of a situation has been the manipulation of systems based in fear. I met you once and my impression was of an honest man that's agenda was falling apart so don't lie and stop hiding what you have too do.

  • Geoff 3 years ago

    It's amazing how many people are convinced that Wikileaks has important UFO/ET data. Assange himself has said they don't, and in fact he's made fun of those who believe in UFO's. All he ever said was a passing comment that UFO's were mentioned in a non-serious way. Talk about grasping at straws!

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