WikiLeaks will continue to post new publications, said the founder of the site Julian Assange. According to him, the termination of the investigation in his case is a victory for the legal system of the United Nations. He also called unacceptable the threat of arrest by the British authorities.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange promised that the website would continue its activities and will upload new publications and more.
In particular, he recalled a new batch of documents that were previously disclosed on may 19. «We will not tolerate threats in my address, my staff, and WikiLeaks, as a publisher,» Assange’s words «Interfax».
He also said that the termination of the investigation in his case is a victory for the legal system of the UN, informs TASS. In addition, the WikiLeaks founder called unacceptable threat to his arrest by the British authorities.
Earlier on Friday, the Swedish prosecution authority was removed from Assange rape charges by two women in 2010. In turn, the police in the UK said that if he would leave his political asylum (Ecuador’s Embassy in London), it is still arresting.
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