BREAKING: U.S. Judge Requests Testimony from Julian Assange in Clinton-Related Case

The American government hates Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, at least the Deep State operatives do because Wikileaks has only exposed the Deep State on numerous occasions.

However, the government needs him nonetheless. A New York judge is now requesting his help in the case of slain DNC staffer Seth Rich.

His testimony is needed due to the lawsuit that the parents of Rich filed against Fox News as they don't believe that their son had anything to do with the leaked documents from the DNC.

According to The Epoch Times,

Joel and Mary Rich, Seth Rich’s parents, sued Fox News in March 2018 nearly a year after the news network published and retracted an article titled “Seth Rich, slain DNC staffer, had contact with WikiLeaks, say multiple sources.” The Riches claimed the network inflicted intentional emotional distress on them by slandering their son. The case was dismissed in August 2018, but the Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the dismissal more than a year later.

The case has since entered the discovery phase and the judge determined that Assange’s testimony is crucial for determining the central dispute between the parties—whether the article was a “sham” as the Riches claim, or “substantially true” as maintained by Fox News.

“Mr. Assange, as founder of WikiLeaks, is exceptionally suited to provide testimony that will be highly relevant to these issues. Therefore, Fox News, by and through this letter of request issued by the District Court, is formally requesting the testimony of Mr. Assange for use at trial,” the request to the UK court states.

Assange has said on multiple occasions that it was not Seth Rich who leaked the documents.

There are honestly a number of possibilities as to who it could have been that leaked the documents ranging from China to someone else in the DNC, or even Hillary Clinton herself.

The Epoch Times

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