Is This why Julian Assange has been silent lately? Did he know this was coming?
WikiLeaks director and Julian Assange mentor found dead.
“We are extremely sad to announce the death of Gavin MacFadyen, CIJ’s Founder, Director and its leading light,” the Centre for Investigative Journalism team wrote on its Twitter.
MacFadyen was a pioneering investigative journalist and filmmaker, who back in 2003 founded the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ), an organization that helped break several major stories and has trained a number of prominent journalists.
Was this foul play? Poisoned? The cause of MacFadyen’s death has not yet been made public. In the original post from his wife Susan, she wrote that he had died from “a short illness,” but that line has now been removed.
WIKILEAK’S DIRECTOR FOUND DEAD
Some believe it’s yet another Hillary Clinton assassination:
If you don’t know, I’m telling you now that Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange promises that emails especially damaging to Hillary’s presidential ambitions will be released right before the November election for maximum impact. according to an article in fellowship of the minds.com. (This site exposes the truth in deceit as a revolutionary act. ) The e-mails that she missed deleting involve many dirty deals that the Clinton’s are known to be involved in.
Lately, the scandals and cover ups being leaked daily about the hidden Clinton e-mail server, “Pay to Play” Clinton Foundation donors and God knows what else are filled with corruption and espionage around these two.
August 15, 2016, #WikiLeaks sent out a Twitter alert about another “Arkancide” — the strange “suicide” by train of Assange’s lawyer, John Jones, 48, a prominent British human rights attorney. He left behind his beautiful, accomplished wife, 40-year-old Dr. Misa Zgonec-Rozej, director of an international law consultancy, and their two young children.
Oxford graduate, Mr. Jones was specialized in extradition, war crimes and counter-terrorism, representing clients from around the world in high profile cases.