Contradictions one through three.
"He always stood up for the underdog."
PayPal, Visa, and Amazon ... get ready for "Operation Payback."
If Assange is sent there, he could avoid extradition to the U.S.
There may have been some translation issues.
Hmmm, wonder whose name we've been hearing. Everywhere. All the time. No matter what.
More details emerge about Assange's accusers; Senator Feinstein urges prosecution under the Espionage Act.
What, is the WikiLeaks mastermind in a boy band now?
The international man of mystery has "insurance" files he'll release if he's detained.
They will wait for Sweden to fill out their arrest warrant correctly.
"If Amazon are so uncomfortable with the first amendment, they should get out of the business of selling books."
Could the apple have possibly fallen farther from the tree?
And the wheels keep spinning.
The WikiLeaks founder is at "a secret location somewhere outside London."
Which he does. Because 'Time' magazine asked him.
A 2009 interview with the founder and suspected half-vampire Julian Assange suggests possibly.
"Let me be very clear. It is not saber rattling."
One pundit blames Bush AND Obama, saying it's a case of "reap what you sow."