the exact date of recording of this video is not known to me. but it is probably several months old. (uploaded 2016.11.15)

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Some people declare Assange dead? Coup de #WikiLeaks?

„A few of us attentive sleuths knew something was wrong since the day Assange’s internet was cut. But there was a very intense effort to censor any mention of this.

Now this part will sound ridiculous to anyone who wasn’t paying very close attention, but Assange has not been seen or heard from since Oct 17th. Two interviews were put out recently that try to make it seem that they were done after Oct 17th but in reality they were not. If you don’t dismiss what I am saying instantly and dig around, you will see that many people have been aware of this since the 17th but most attempts to discuss it were blacked out quickly. Now it seems more people are catching on so please help bring awareness to this and don’t even take my word for it, but research it yourself.“

„Would it be possible for them to have taken out/taken over the entire wikileaks operation across the world in a coordinated attack, and let it continue to operate with modified releases stripped of the extremely harmful stuff?“

src: https://www.reddit.com/r/crypto/comments/5cz1fz/wikileaks_latest_insurance_files_dont_match_hashes/

but how reliable is this?

The social news site Reddit has occasionally been the topic of controversy due to the presence of communities on the site (known as subreddits) devoted to explicit material. Yishan Wong, the site’s former CEO, has stated that „We stand for free speech. This means we are not going to ban distasteful subreddits. We will not ban legal content even if we find it odious or if we personally condemn it.“[1]

The subreddit „jailbait“ was one of the most prominent subreddits on the site before it was closed down in October 2011 following a report by CNN.[2] The controversy surrounding „Creepshots“ a year after jailbait’s closure prompted a Gawker exposé of one of the subreddit’s moderators by Adrian Chen, which revealed the real-life identity of the user behind the account, Michael Brutsch. This started discussion in the media about the ethics of anonymity and outing on the Internet.[3]

See also: Reddit § Controversies involving Reddit, and Michael Brutsch

Chen published the piece on October 12, 2012, revealing that the operator of the violentacrez account was a middle-aged programmer from Texas named Michael Brutsch.[3] Within a day of the article being published, Brutsch’s position was terminated by his employer and the link to the exposé was briefly banned from Reddit.[15][16] He stated on Reddit after the article was published that he has received numerous death threats.[17]

src: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversial_Reddit_communities

 

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