With the document dump dubbed Vault 7, WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has shown that he not only knows how to run an organisation that caters to whistleblowers worldwide, but that he is also a very clever political operative.
The prospect of Ecuador expelling WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange from its London embassy after its elections are decided appears to have played a role in the organisation deciding to dump Vault 7, a massive trove of CIA documents, overnight.
WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange will have to wait until a runoff vote in Ecuador on 2 April to know whether he will be able to continue taking refuge in the country's embassy in London.
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