Was Julian Assange’s Internet Access Cut Off By ‘State Party’?

The activist organization WikiLeaks says the Internet connection for its founder, Julian Assange, has been severed by what it called a “state party.”

WikiLeaks twitted earlier today.

An NPR call and email to WikiLeaks were not immediately returned. The Associated Press reported Monday on its efforts to corroborate the Internet outage accusation.

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