|Hillary Clinton left, Julian Assange right|
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Right after releasing emails that led to the stepping down of Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman, Julian Assange is now preparing to release more leaked emails and this time claims they will provide enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton for good.
Julian Assange also made it clear there is no evidence of Russian involvement in the email hack despite Clinton campaign claims.
According to Laura Smith in the U.K.:
"Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks still
held up in the Ecuadorian embassy here in
London is not contented with the release
of 20,000 emails from the Democratic
National Committee, Assange now says
he will be releasing more emails claiming
will provide enough evidence
to get Hillary
Laura Smith went on to say:
"In a series of interviews, Julian Assange
said there is no proof that the emails he
already leaked came from Russian
sources, that the Democratic National
Committee servers were open to hacking
and documents hacked over a number of
years are available in public domains in
According to Julian Assange, when the Clinton campaign talks about having proof that the emails were hacked by Russians, he said 'i don't know what they are talking, they are not talking about my leaks.'
Assange also said "someday all sources of his leaked emails will step forward and some people will have eggs on their faces."
Julian in his closing statement said he is sure his yet to be released email leak could be the final nail in Hillary Clinton's coffin.