Legendary Hacker Claims He Has Info to Take Hillary Down

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is very confident that his next leak will sink Hillary Clinton and lead to her indictment.

Assange recently did an interview with ITV stating that his website will be releasing enough documents to lead the Department of Justice to indict the Democratic presidential nominee. They have already published over 30,000 of her emails. Assange wasn’t very specific as to what was in the emails, but did state that they had “accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton, which could proceed to an indictment.”

There were some hints about what the emails could be about. The hints were that the emails being leaked could be about the Clinton Foundation.

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Assange is concerned that the Obama’s administration Justice Department will not indict the former Secretary of State. According to Assange: “[Attorney General Loretta Lynch] is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. It’s not possible that could happen. But the FBI could push for new concessions from the Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.”

It will be interesting to see what happens when Assange and WikiLeaks drops this bomb on the Clinton presidential hopes.

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