Julian Assange Killed? WikiLeaks Cryptic Tweets Addressed To John Kerry
It was reported that Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks posted three threatening tweets, one for John Kerry, one for Ecuador, and one for the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office.Advertisement
A tweet says “Attention John Kerry” (Secretary of State). Each tweet refers to a “Pre-Commitment,” accompanied by Digital Hashtags.
A Digital Hashtag is used to recognize a file or stack of files to make sure it’s authentic and unaltered. However, someone trying to tamper with the file or set of files could make minor alterations but would change the Digital Hashtag forever.
According to Super Station95, these Hashtags seem pretty “ominous.”
With these tweets, widespread speculation started. Many are considering that these files will be destroying someone politically. It is also suggested that John Kerry knows what the hashtags mean.
Speculations also say there might be something going on with the probable U.S. government action against WikiLeaks. It is also speculated that the U.S. “have the goods” to protect themselves.
The most dangerous issue being said is that these tweets signify a “dead man’s switch.” If that is true, then it is being indicated that WikiLeaks or editor Julian Assange are in direct danger, or that Assange might be dead.
If these were decryption keys, it means that WikiLeaks has already distributed the files, and the world will be told where to find those files if someone dies. The publication notes: “Once the world is told where to download those files, the decryption keys can be used by literally ANYONE to get all the deep secrets inside.”
If these are really dead man’s switch, the WikiLeaks founder can be in custody or dead.
On Sunday, it was reported that Baywatch star Pamela Anderson visited Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy to deliver him lunch. After the visit, Anderson said she was concerned about his health, said Telegraph UK.
“I really believe in him and think he’s a good person, and I’m concerned about his health, his family, and I just hope that by some miracle he’s set free,” Anderson said.