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WikiLeaks says Senate panel seeks 'closed interview' with Julian Assange

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Deanna Wagner | 10 August, 2018, 21:34

WikiLeaks tweeted a picture of a letter signed by Sen.

Posting the letter on Twitter, WikiLeaks said its legal team is "considering the offer but testimony must conform to a high ethical standard".

The letter from Burr and Warner said: "As you are aware, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is conducting a bipartisan inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections". The organization also pointed out that Warner was among 10 senators who demanded in June that Assange's asylum be revoked in violation of global law. The emails, which suggested that Hillary Clinton colluded with the DNC to oust then-candidate Bernie Sanders, were an embarrassment to the Clinton campaign. He spread information about Russia's guiltlessness in Skripal's case.

There was also no immediate confirmation from the Senate committee.

In a letter delivered to Assange at his residence in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, committee chairman Richard Burr (R-North Carolina) requested that Assange make himself available for a closed interview "at a mutually agreeable time and location".

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Assange and WikiLeaks played a key role in the interference of the 2016 campaign by nefarious Russian actors.

As of Wednesday, both leaders of the Senate intel committee, Sen. The indictment does not indicate that Mueller interviewed Assange. "There's a 27-year-old, works for the DNC, who was shot in the back-murdered-just two weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in Washington". Rich died 12 days after Wikileaks released the emails.

News of the invitation to testify in the USA comes after Ecuador President Lenin Moreno said recently that he has no objection to the United Kingdom agreeing to extradite Assange to the U.S., if there is an understanding that he will not face the death penalty.

Anderson expressed concern after the Ecuadorean embassy in London had revoked Assange's visitor privileges and Internet access, saying she was anxious about his health and well-being, The New York Post's Page Six reported.