Justice Department reportedly prepares charges for Julian Assange’s arrest

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Julian Assange’s future just got a little less certain.

On Thursday, CNN reported — citing “officials familiar with the matter” — that U.S. authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of the WikiLeaks founder.

The charges, and the full status of the case, are currently unclear, but the news doesn’t sound promising for Assange.

A Justice Department investigation into Assange and WikiLeaks dates back several years, to at least 2010, when the site published diplomatic cables and military documents obtained by Chelsea Manning.  Read more…

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