Special Counsel Robert Mueller became really famous with his “Russian collusion” investigation.
But many people have been asking who he really is.
Well, WikiLeaks has the answer to that question and has just revealed the real side of Mueller.
Julian Assange just issued an earth shattering tweet, showing that Mueller is really good at framing people, including WikiLeaks, in order to meet a political agenda. And this is not the first time that Mueller did this. One former Icelandic minister has claimed that the FBI attempted to frame Julian during a mission to Iceland.
According to our source, Subject Politics, Ögmundur Jonasson said that U.S. authorities told him back in 2011 that they hackers were trying to destroy the systems in the country. He claims that the FBI was seeking Iceland’s cooperation in an operation set up to frame Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
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“I was suspicious. Well aware that a helping hand might easily become a manipulating hand!’”
“Since they had not been authorized by the Icelandic authorities to carry out police work in Iceland, and since a crack-down on WikiLeaks was no on my agenda, I ordered that all cooperation with them be promptly terminated,” he said.
Jonasson said that he told the FBI agents to leave the country immediately. “I also made it clear they should cease all activities in Iceland immediately.”
“I also made it clear at the time that if I had to take sides with either WikiLeaks or the FBI or CIA, I would have no difficulty in choosing: I would be on the side of WikiLeaks.”
When the story first broke, Jonasson said that eight or nine FBI agents had arrived to gather information on WikiLeaks. He said that he asked them to leave because “they had misrepresented the purpose of their visit.” But after a while, it became known that the FBI’s Iceland operation was part of a “wide-ranging” investigation into WikiLeaks and Julian Assange for releasing hundreds of thousands of military documents.
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