Lucas Alexander Hauser - interview.indd Lucas Alexander Hauser - interview.indd Lucas Alexander Hauser - interview.indd On December 7, 2010 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London based on allegations of sexually assaulting two women in Sweden. Mr. Assange had made a lot of enemies around the world after releasing secret US diplomatic cables on his website. Previously, Wikileaks had obtained and released classified U.S. combat video and hundreds of thousands of classified State Department records. At the time of his arrest, Assange had released only a small portion of the U.S. classified material in his possession. Knowing he was at risk of being arrested or killed, Mr. Assange established a number of mechanisms to automatically release documents he had obtained if he was ever arrested or killed. It is unclear whether these documents were set to be released automatically if Mr. Assange didn’t enter a code or whether he simply distributed copies with instructions to release the information if something happened to him. Regardless of the method, within days of his arrest, documents began appearing on the internet. As you can see, one of the released Wikileaks documents is a 1952 interrogation of a captured Illuminati mole. The transcript reveals a lot about the Illuminati methodology and provides a glimpse of just how far back the conspiracy goes.



Leave a Reply