Q2322 https://foia.state.gov/Search/Results.aspx?collection=Litigation_F-2016-07895_47 [Pg 20 - Assange Arrest] By: Marty Torrey [Mad Hatter] Q
This link and page 20: https://foia.state.gov/Search/Results.aspx?collection=Litigation_F-2016-07895_47 takes us to this email:
Addressed to H, from Marty Torrey Regarding Assange Arrest , Etc.
Been waiting to hear this great news. He must have made your life miserable. Simply a bad guy. So tired of people who try to damage the US, while the US does so much for others. Ahh, where is the justice and common sense these days? Hope all the current world madness somehow gives you time to prepare for Christmas and enjoy the simple things. Took [BLANK] to pick out Christmas tree last weekend. If there is better stuff than that I don't know what it is. Anyway, hope the Wikileaker gets what is coming to him. Happy Christmas preps. M 
In 2016 when asked what surprised him the most about Hillary Clinton’s thousands of emails, Assange said the “most interesting and serious” information on Hillary Clinton is yet to be released.
Assange then proceeded to nudge viewers towards the direction of an already released email thread call the “Libya Tick Tock”…a stream of emails which clearly certifies Hillary’s lead position in the Libyan disaster. [VIDEO 1]
Assange released 1,700 emails related to Hillary’s involvement in Libya but perhaps none more damaging than the ‘Libya Tick Tock’ email or Hillary’s “internal brag sheet of how she was the person behind the Libyan catastrophe”. In the email the Clinton team lists all the actions that Hillary took credit for as the architect of the US involvement in Libya.
This email proves that Clinton’s team created a list to show her responsibility for being the architect behind the overthrow of Qadhafi in Libya and the subsequent horror as a result. It is now known that the National Transitional Council in Libya is no longer in charge but it is unknown what happened to the $1.5 billion Hillary pushed to prop up this group.
Hillary’s actions in Libya resulted in the eventual death of four Americans in Benghazi, including Chris Stevens. These Americans died due to Hillary’s and Obama’s inaction when the US staff in Libya called for help while under attack in 2012 as was famously portrayed in the movie 13 Hours.
You can download the original “Libya Tick Tock” PDF file at Wikileaks to access the emails sent. 
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05788648 Date: 10/30/2015
So, on April 11th, Hillary has this to say, “Newly arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange needs to “answer for what he has done.” Hillary, still reeling from her loss of the 2016 Presidential elections claims Russian intelligence officers stole the Democratic emails that hurt the Clinton’s presidential campaign of 2016.
Currently, the US has charged Assange and former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning of breaking into a classified government computer at the Pentagon. [VIDEO 2]
Interesting how she can comment on Assange needing to pay while she herself continues to walk free for a plethora of her crimes against humanity and more. …as though this man hasn’t already paid double for his simple crime of exercising his 1st Amendment Right as a journalist. 
Is the United States truly planning to arrest Julian Assange, or is this how the US plans to get Assange safely into the country to testify about the Russian allegations put forth by the witch?
Do you believe in coincidences? We have the source.
Back in 2010 Assange suggested Clinton should resign after his organization leaked diplomatic cables that showed her sanctioning spying on foreign diplomats.
In a statement posted to WikiLeaks’ Twitter account and in interviews, Assange has responded to the charge of Russian co-option. Clinton, according to Assange, “palled up with the neocons responsible for the Iraq War and she’s grabbed on to this sort of neo-McCarthyist hysteria about Russia, and is using that to demonize the Trump campaign.”
Whether WikiLeaks has Russian connections is irrelevant to Americans most concerned about the Clinton campaign’s emails that raise serious questions about Clinton’s staff granting political favors to donors and the DNC’s efforts to sabotage Bernie Sanders’s campaign. DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned in the ensuing scandal.
The first public mention of WikiLeaks’ plans for Clinton White House ambitions appears to have come from an unlikely source. The 6-foot-7 Kim Dotcom was born Kim Schmitz in West Germany.
Dotcom and Assange cemented a political alliance in 2014 when the two of them plus journalist Glenn Greenwald and famed leaker Edward Snowden formed “the all-stars of the internet freedom movement,” as The Daily Beast’s Lennox Samuels dubbed them at the time. Greenwald flew to Australia while Assange and Snowden were beamed in on behalf of Dotcom’s Internet Mana Party. Their big revelation in the race was a leak from the Snowden archives related to New Zealand’s surveillance program, released just in time for that country’s national elections.
Greenwald maintained that he favored no party in the elections and had only come to New Zealand to testify as a surveillance expert. For Assange the connection with Dotcom was not just about the shared ideology of two digital natives. Information was not the only thing the two of them were trying to free. “We share the same prosecutor, so I understand what is going on there,” Assange said, explaining his connection to Dotcom. America, he added, “is trying to apply U.S. law in as many countries as possible, applying their law in New Zealand to coerce and pluck out people to other states.”
UK Authorities had this to say about Julian Assange: UPDATE: Julian Assange has been further arrested in relation to an extradition warrant on behalf of the United States authorities. He remains in custody at a central London police station. 
When asked by reporters about the arrest of Julian Assange, President Trump said he had no opinion and didn’t know much about it. [VIDEO 3] I truly believe how President Trump handles this situation will be the biggest precedence in his presidency. If Julian Assange is set to be an example against journalist, then this challenges the most basic and fundamental right of our Constitution. Yes, the social media giants are infringing on our right to free speech, but that is on another level. Once journalists are imprisoned for reporting their findings, we are no longer a free nation. However, I hold out hope because of this:
Q3312 Nothing can stop what is coming. As the target(s) turn to the other side, the attacks will intensify.
We have the source. Q
Trump offers no opinion on WikiLeaks or Assange Fox News Published on Apr 11, 2019