From late-night break-ins, to secretly installing devices to remotely monitor computer activity, to death threats and bizarre mind games meant to disorient and demoralize their targets, it seems little is off-limits when it comes to the push to neutralize the support network that’s cropped up around Assange since his imprisonment.

Activists, lawyers and journalists linked to WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange are being subjected to extensive surveillance and intimidation, an explosive new report has detailed.

There have been some stunning developments recently in Assange’s story—namely, the revelation that the U.S. government and the CIA were ginning up possible plans to assassinate Assange.

If ever there were an expert on Julian Assange, it would surely be Camp’s guest, John Shipton—Assange’s father—who calls the assassination plot considered by former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other U.S. officials pretty scandalous, if not entirely surprising.

Shipton also holds forth on the American government’s big quandary if Assange were to be brought onto U.S. soil to face charges, the man who perjured himself to implicate Assange, and why he thinks his son’s work has been a great success despite his plight.

In 2019, WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange has been ordered to stay in a British prison despite reaching the end of his 50-week prison sentence.

Assange was due to be released on September 22, 2019 after serving his sentence for breaching bail conditions by seeking refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2012.

However, the 48-year-old was told at a court hearing in London last month that he will be kidnapped and kept in Belmarsh prison for believing he might leave the country as a free man ahead of a hearing on his possible extradition to the USA.


Julian Assange is slowly dying inside a heavily guarded prison in London, where he officially should have been released by the evil Anglo-Zionist authorities in 2019.

Julian Assange is being kept against his rights in solitary confinement 23 hours per day, often sedated, in Britain’s notorious Belmarsh Prison.

His treatment has elicited protests around the world, from journalists, human rights groups, news organizations and celebrities. A group of Australian doctors asked Foreign Minister Marise Payne to evacuate Assange to an Australian hospital, citing his inhumane treatment.

Now, individuals have been hacked, tracked, burglarized, threatened with death, and thrown in jails for years on dubious charges.

And while the identity of the perpetrators has yet to be conclusively proven, victims say it’s clear who’s behind the campaign of harassment and spying: the Central Intelligence Agency.

After the groundbreaking website was labeled a hostile intelligence agency by then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo in 2017, those in Assange’s orbit reported the unnerving tactics weren’t far behind.

By declaring WikiLeaks not to be a journalistic outlet but rather an enemy intelligence service, the CIA gave itself permission to take the gloves off, and a former senior counterintelligence official later told US media that there seemed to be no boundaries anymore.

Assange’s lawyer, Aitor Martínez, acknowledged it is technically possible that it’s simply a coincidence so many of Assange’s cohorts began reporting being stalked and harassed by Americans at the same time, but he asks: who could believe that?

Having served as Assange’s legal counsel for the better part of a decade, he also described a series of unsettling events which indicate he’s being monitored and harassed by the CIA.

His harassers didn’t stop there, though. Martínez says they’ve since broken into both his office and apartment in Madrid. He reportedly has surveillance footage showing three masked men enter his place of work in the dead of night in December 2017.

According to the footage, the burglars spent six minutes searching for something they’re apparently unable to find, before stealing a leg of ham from the kitchen.

He says the fact that the perpetrators appear to be acting at the direction of the CIA shows why it’s so worrisome Assange could be extradited to the USA, which has repeatedly insisted the jailed WikiLeaks founder will receive a fair trial.

Sputnik / ABC Flash-Point News 2023.

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Arch Stanton
Arch Stanton
02-03-23 13:48

Our British and US courts are too openly corrupt–even snidely and derisively corrupt–to care about one good lawsuit. They will simply rule against it with ridiculously specious reasoning or even with no reasons at all. My strategy would be quite different: Network with all the activist litigants everywhere and put pattern lawsuits on the Internet with research briefs and facts and then encourage the public to slam the government with tens of thousands of individual lawsuits with as many different and viable legal theories and unique facts as can be found. If we really want to help Assange for the… Read more »

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Lady Shadow
Lady Shadow
02-03-23 13:51

Wake up world, stop the US terrorists, demand Assange be freed from the US terrorist gripe, he exposed their dirty little secrets to the world.

Pete Wagner
Pete Wagner
02-03-23 13:52

Just shows that the Jewish deep state sees itself as the government.