Matt Agorist January 4, 2017
In a tweet on Wednesday, WikiLeaks announced the whistleblower outfit intends to sue CNN after a counter-terrorism analyst slanderously labeled Assange a pedophile.
WikiLeaks issued an ultimatum to the behemoth corporate media giant to either air a ‘one hour expose of the plot’ or be sued for defamation.
The segment in question was an interview during which CNN had Phil Mudd, the ex-Deputy-Director of the CIA, “falsely calling Assange a ‘pedophile’.”
On CNN’s New Day program, Chris Cuomo asked Mudd why he disagreed with Assange’s denial that Russia was the source of the DNC leaks and Podesta documents.
Mudd responded claiming Sean Hannity’s interview of Assange “skirted the bottom line [of] do you know if the Russian’s were involved?… not ‘where did you get the information’.”
He then went on to attempt to discredit Assange through defaming his character in a bold-faced lie. Mudd referred to Assange as a “pedophile who lives in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.”
The piece was aired to millions and was then published on the program’s Twitter page. However, after apparently getting word of the suit, that tweet has since been deleted.
WikiLeaks’ threat of a lawsuit also makes reference to the bizarre ‘plot’ which took place last year, involving an apparently fake online dating site that levied entirely false accusations of pedophilia at Assange.
In the midst of the Podesta leaks, multiple sites on the left began running with the narrative put out by the Daily Kos that Assange’s internet was cut because he was using it to sexually communicate with an 8-year-old girl.
The Clinton-loving Daily Kos cited a bogus report from the UN.
Thanks to: http://thefreethoughtproject.comAccording to a widely shared Oct. 4 “United Nations Report” by a “United Nations Global Compact member organization” called T&C Network Solutions, the Royal Bahamas Police Force conducted a “criminal child sex offenses investigation” of Assange. The report, which is written in the style of a criminal indictment, goes on to state that Assange used a dating site called Toddandclare.com, which is owned by T&C Network Solutions, to send an “8-year-old juvenile (i) unlawful, indecent images and video media of himself performing lewd sex acts on a mobile camera device, and (ii) unlawful obscenity materials of a child pornographic nature.”
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