Julian Assange is nowhere near finished publishing leaked emails, and hints the next batch of released material will uncover spying by the United States. Wikileaks has been releasing batches of emails gleaned from the DNC since early summer 2016, and promises to continue. So far, none of these explosive revelations have resulted in any criminal indictment or even investigations into the DNC or Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
From We Are Change, UK:
“Julian Assange, the founder of whistle-blowing platform WikiLeaks, has claimed that fresh leaks are on the horizon and indicated that European politics may soon be rocked by fresh spying revelations.
In a recent interview with Dutch television program Nieuwsuur he said: “We know it is the US National Security Agency that is the most aggressive [at spying] on other nations. We have obtained evidence, which we will publish in due course, about US intelligence agencies interfering in European elections.”
Assange also claimed WikiLeaks has more unreleased documents withheld for publication at a later date. “We have a lot of material relating to the US election campaign, including relating to Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the Clinton Foundation and the DNC,” he said.
“There is intense interest in the US election and it has been a driver for a number of interested people to submit material to the media – including WikiLeaks […] it’s nothing to do with my personal position. We would nevernot publish such information once we had verified it to be true.”
The comments come after Assange faced criticism and accusations of bias after publishing 20,000 internal emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) which many speculate were initially obtained by hackers aligned with the Russian government.”
You can view and search the archive for the released emails, here.