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The never-ending saga surrounding Julian Assange is taking an interesting turn. The latest development is a bombshell court decision that could potentially open a CIA “Pandora’s Box,” revealing secretive operation details on WikiLeaks founder and political prisoner Julian Assange. This twist in the saga began when four American citizens—two lawyers and two journalists—sued former CIA Director and RINO traitor Mike Pompeo, the entire CIA, and a man by the name of David Morales, a former Spanish special forces soldier, who ran a surveillance company contracted to secure the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where Assange was housed.

Well, that recent court decision in New York has found that the CIA, along with Morales’ surveillance company, conducted unauthorized surveillance on journalists and attorneys who visited Julian Assange. Now, what this does is open the door for the release of documents that will shed light on the full scale of the clandestine operation by the United States against Assange. A lot of people are probably sweating bullets right now.

El País:

The ruling is a win for the plaintiffs and poses a challenge for the CIA, as the plaintiffs will now seek the complete declassification of CIA documentation pertaining to the covert operation through the legal discovery process. An EL PAÍS investigation in 2019 uncovered audio and video recordings, emails and documents about UC Global’s illegal activities that were later presented as evidence by the plaintiffs. The judge decided that the plaintiffs presented “sufficient evidence” indicating Morales acted as an agent or collaborator of the CIA under by Mike Pompeo (who also served as Trump’s Secretary of State). The judge rejected the defendants’ motions to dismiss the entire complaint.

The lawsuit was filed in August 2021 by lawyers Margaret Ratner Kunstler and Deborah Hrbek, and John Goetz and Charles Glass, journalists specializing in national security issues. All four were among the many visitors received by Julian Assange when he was living at the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition. According to the lawsuit, over 100 U.S. citizens, including Assange’s lawyers and doctors, were subjected to surveillance ordered by the CIA during Pompeo’s tenure. The New York judge’s ruling was partially based on statements made by Pompeo identifying Assange and Wikileaks as targets of a long-running CIA campaign.

The EL PAÍS investigation in 2019 revealed that UC Global was paid by the CIA to spy on Assange’s conversations with his lawyers and associates when they were preparing to fight an extradition request so he could face charges in the U.S. for revealing secret information about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. A few weeks after our report, Spanish police arrested UC Global’s owner and director, David Morales. The ex-soldier was released on bail shortly thereafter and is under investigation in Spain for alleged crimes related to privacy, attorney-client communication secrecy, misappropriation, bribery and money laundering.

The CIA even had the bathrooms bugged. The El País piece goes on:

UC Global’s spying on Assange began in December 2017. Morales ordered his team to install video cameras with microphones in the Ecuadorian embassy, along with listening devices on fire extinguishers and in the ladies’ bathroom used by his lawyers. Morales instructed his technicians to set up three streaming channels so the cameras could be monitored in real time. Emails sent by Morales to his staff requested “one channel for Ecuador, one for us and one for X [the U.S.].” These separate feeds prevented Ecuadorian security staff from detecting the American surveillance.

The information collected from each visit to Assange was sent to an FTP (file transfer protocol) server located in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. Hundreds of visitor profiles were developed, computerized and archived, including reports, videos, audios, and detailed visitor information. UC Global staff and other protected witnesses claim that the CIA had access to that server. Folders labeled “CIA” were found on Morales’ laptop, but Spanish judicial police omitted this finding from the investigation led by magistrate Santiago Pedraz.

Morales also managed yacht security for Sheldon Adelson, a former Trump donor. It’s not yet clear if this connection has any relevance to the case at hand. The El País article elaborates:

Surveillance of Assange intensified amid suspicions that he planned to leave the embassy in 2017 with Ecuadorian diplomatic status (Assange and his lawyers deny this) and travel to Geneva, Switzerland. Other Assange visitors that were spied on at the embassy include Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who first reported on Edward Snowden’s stolen documents revealing the National Security Agency’s massive phone surveillance program. UC Global photographed Greenwald’s Russian visas and mobile phone contents while he was visiting Assange.

One of Morales’ clients was Sheldon Adelson, a prominent gambling tycoon and owner of the Las Vegas Sands casino and resort. Now deceased, Adelson was known as a friend of former president Trump and a significant donor to the Republican Party. Morales provided security for Adelson’s yacht during its voyages in the Mediterranean.

This CIA lawsuit saga comes hot on the heels of interesting updates about Seth Rich, the late DNC staffer. He’s been a key player in a popular theory as the go-to guy for the DNC email leak Wikileaks released in 2016. Recent buzz indicates that a member of Wikileaks has confirmed that Rich, who was tragically murdered, was the actual source of those emails.

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Tucker Carlson recently interviewed Julian Assange. In this interview, it came out that RINO turncoat Mike Pompeo had considered assassinating Assange while he was CIA Director.

The interview has not aired yet, but here’s a short teaser, and the good news is that Julian is actually in good health, the total opposite of what the propaganda media has been reporting for years.

It’s looking more and more like Mike Pompeo might have been a bit too cozy with the Deep State and was all set to play ball with them regarding Julian Assange. After all, Assange isn’t just any guy; he’s likely got some serious dirt that the bigwigs in the uniparty definitely don’t want leaked. But this lawsuit? Well, it could be a game-changer and may throw the CIA and Pompeo for a loop.