Julian Assange, the man behind Wikileaks and a threat to the criminal cabal of globalists working inside of the U.S. government, is the subject of multiple investigations, including two most recent, extremely serious and very curiously timed charges. In fact, it is suggested that these charges served, at least in part, as the basis for Assange recently losing his internet access.
A press release dated 18 October 2016 from Wikileaks details the charges, summarized as follows: “An unknown entity posing as an internet dating agency prepared an elaborate plot to falsely claim that Julian Assange received US$1 million from the Russian government and a second plot to frame him sexually molesting an eight year old girl.” Both are heavy duty accusations, to be sure.
In society and especially within prison systems (well, except for some Middle Eastern countries), pedophiles do not fare well. Mere accusations are often sufficient to make one a very poor life insurance risk. Accusations of espionage, including and especially to such levels of enrichment, can also be a death sentence.