What if someone hacked Julian Assange’s emails?

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To understand the exposure of Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s emails by Wikileaks, it may be helpful to try a few simple thought experiments. What if the National Security Agency stole tens of thousands of emails from a politician in another country – or better yet, from a different politician here – and then published them…

2 thoughts on “What if someone hacked Julian Assange’s emails?

  1. Could be I have lost sight of the pea somewhere, but as one of the primary critics around this joint of that personal server I fail to see where it is the source of any of these leaks.

  2. It is preposterously naive to suggest that NSA hasn’t already had a look inside every aspect of WikiLeaks’ servers. They even had to apologize for hacking Angela Merkels’s cell phone for chrissake. Don’t doubt for a second that they or their corporate partners aren’t intimately familiar with, say, the details of everyone on the House and Senate appropriations committees.

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