Sifting through all the news surrounding the WikiLeaks founder's recent arrest.
Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.
The U.S. could be trying to bring additional charges against the WikiLeaks founder.
"...He ate both the baked potato and the jam pudding with his hands," Assange's former ghostwriter claims.
Assange's lawyer says he was arrested for breach of bail conditions and a US extradition request.
Manning told a federal judge that she would accept whatever punishment he handed down.
"Ecuador should continue to provide him asylum.”
The WikiLeaks founder took the Ecuadorian Embassy to court for making him clean his room.
The Ecuadorian Embassy recently demanded that Assange clean his bathroom, feed his cat, and stay out of heated online debates. Now he's suing them for it.
The WikiLeaks founder has also been told to clean his bathroom and start paying for his own laundry.
Twenty years ago, the WikiLeaks founder was a mysterious raver who went by the name of Prof.
Emma Best, a freedom of information activist, has published a large cache of Twitter direct messages between Wikileaks and some of its most fervent supporters, including ones showing antisemitic sentiment from Wikileaks.