Viral Message: A message in social media and internet is circulating of the Hoax news of the death of Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange being found dead in an alley after being kidnapped from the Ecuadorean embassy in London is nothing but fake news. As per our analysis there is no truth to the reports that Julian was kidnapped from the Ecuadorean embassy in London and murdered in April 2017.
Assertion made by – Social media and internet.
Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE
More Samples –
“After being kidnapped from the Ecuadorian embassy in the early morning hours, Julian Assange’s body was found tossed away like garbage in a London alley. Investigators from Scotland Yard are currently working with MI5 and the United States FBI to figure out exactly what transpired here today.
Obviously, Assange has many enemies, none who would want to see him dead than Hillary Clinton. According to Chief Investigator Nigel Hollister, Assange wasn’t simply kidnapped and killed; he endured what looks like hours of advanced interrogation techniques. His finger and toenails had been removed and his testicles were crushed with what may have been a small sledgehammer.”
News Published : http://thelastlineofdefense.org/breaking-julian-assange-found-dead-in-london-alley.
The fake news about Julian Assange death news originated on April 13, 2017, the web site Daily Info Box reported that Assange had been found dead in a London alley. His body showing signs of torture.
Ayupp Analysis- The Wikileaks’ Twitter account is still referencing Assange as alive despite the claim.
Secondarily there has been not a single credible media have come up with the story of Assange death news.
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