BREAKING: Wikileaks director DEAD

The tales of Wikileaks never cease to stop. Despite not having a new release of Clinton emails their is still controversy surrounding Wikileaks. Now Julian Assange is still alive and well living the life on the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, England. He still sends messages to the media except when there are internet connections. But he posted a message to his account about his Wikileaks Director.

Wikileaks Director Gavin MacFadyen who was 76-years-old and founder of the Centre for Investigative Journalism was found dead and Assange posted about it on the Wikileaks page as well as a statement from MacFadyen’s wife, Susan Benn.

The statement was published vin MacFadyen’s Centre for Investigative Journalism and his wife’s comments stated that her late husband was a

fierce defender of justice and human rights around the world.”

She noted that he played a large role in changing the way journalism works and the landscape in which it is created in. Most importantly he was stalwart in his committed to ethical and hard hitting reporting about real issues. Now the real question everyone’s asking is, is here foul play involved considering the dangerous and at times illegal work he had to partake in?

After all there are plenty of theories about the deaths of Justice Antonin Scalia, Andrew Breitbart and DNC staffer Seth Rich who was mysteriously murdered for an unknown reason. The one thing they all had in common was they knew too much and that too much they knew was dangerous information for powerful people.

The cause of death has not been released but his wife has indicated he passed after a short illness. Other reports indicate he was ill in the days leading up to his death. But from what people do not know. Clearly something nefarious was going on there.

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