WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange was willing to discuss guidelines on the release of CIA documents — which were published under the name Vault 7 beginning in March 2017 — in exchange for a limited immunity deal that might have freed him for a while, but the deal was squashed by former FBI director James Comey, a report claims.
A former employee of both the CIA and the NSA has been charged with leaking information from the former agency to WikiLeaks which published them beginning in March 2017 under the name Vault 7.
The US Government has named a suspect in the theft of documents from the CIA, which WikiLeaks released under the name Vault 7 from March last year, but has been unable to file charges against the man even though he has been detained since a week after the first leak.
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