Julian Assange Triggers the First WikiLeaks Election
When the website published nearly 20,000 emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee this week, it was seen as a deliberate attempt to scupper Hillary Clinton. The most chaotic presidential election campaign ever just got even more unpredictable.
In a small room in the Ecuadorian embassy, just behind Harrods department store in central London, Julian Assange is sitting on a crate of hand grenades. Every few days he lobs one across the Atlantic, sowing...
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