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WikiLeaks Founder Preps 'October Surprise' Via Video Tuesday

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By    |   Monday, 03 Oct 2016 08:01 PM

The founder of the leaked emails organization WikiLeaks is reportedly ready to drop a possible "October surprise" Tuesday in a video presentation in Berlin.

Julian Assange, who canceled a London address, will now give a video presentation instead Tuesday because of "specific information" the group received about Assange's safety, FoxNews.com reported.

 

 

It is believed an "October surprise" would be geared toward the presidential election – with Donald Trump supporters suggesting the announcement will hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Fox News reported.

Assange, who has lived in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for five years as officials in Sweden have sought him on criminal charges, has already played a key role in the presidential race. In July, the organization released 20,000 internal emails that indicated the Democratic National Committee appeared to conspire to prevent Sen. Bernie Sanders from winning the nomination. The revelations came just before the Democrats' nominating convention.

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The founder of the leaked emails organization WikiLeaks is reportedly ready to drop a possible "October surprise" Tuesday in a video presentation in Berlin, FoxNews.com reported.
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