Things continue to get more odd by the day with Julian Assange. On 22nd of August, it was reported that an attempted assassination may have been stopped as a man jump the fence when Julian Assange stays, but just a few days prior to that, Assange’s lawyer was killed.
The report says it was a suicide, but WikiLeaks confirms it was NOT a suicide.
Here is what has been reported …
From Truth Censored:
According to Before It’s News, Here’s more news you don’t get in the US’ mainstream media: John Jones 48, one of Britain’s top human rights lawyers, who represented Julian Assange was killed last Monday, when he was run over by a commuter train. The death is being called a suicide.
British Transport Police were called to the West Hampstead train station in North London at 7:07 AM on Monday April 18, 2016 after a man was struck by a train. He was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene and his death is not being treated as suspicious. The event occurred almost one month to the day that the first batch of Clinton emails were released by his client from WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks clarified his death was NOT a suicide, saying:
Inquest rules that death of Julian Assange’s lawyer, John Jones QC, was not ‘suicide’, opening door to law suits https://t.co/WRJZLvT4S9
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) August 21, 2016
It’s no secret that Julian Assange is being targeted by many people, with a very large number of people believing Assange is under attack.
This article originally appeared on endingthefed.