Assange Warns CNN: 48 Hours Until Wikileaks Destroys You With Bombshell Leak (Video)


Phil Mudd, a counterterrorism analyst for CNN, used the term ‘pedophile’ to describe Julian Assange of Wikileaks on CNN’s “New Day” on Wednesday morning.

“I think there’s an effort to protect WikiLeaks (and) a pedophile who lives in the Ecuadorian embassy in London — this guy is not credible,” he said.

“We have issued instructions to sue CNN for defamation … Unless within 48h they air a one-hour expose of the plot,” Wikileaks tweeted Wednesday.

CNN issued an apology, “An analyst on our air earlier today asserted that Julian Assange was a pedophile, and regrets saying it,” the network said in a statement. “In fact, CNN has no evidence to support that assertion.”

Wikileaks issued a 48 warning to CNN. Assange warns if they do not detract all their lies, inflammatory statements and videos; Assange promised to use the full force of the law against them. Initially CNN thought they could issue an apology and all would be forgiven, but think again.  Wikileaks said it would expose CNN outside the courtroom too. I’m sure that sent chills down their spine. CNN’s statement was posted to their New Day Twitter account, The Liberty Eagle reports.

Wikileaks says it is tired of the disgusting behavior of the mainstream media.  In a tweet CNN has all but apologized to Julian Assange after Phil Mudd, a paid analyst, called the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange himself a pedophile on live TV.  The cable news network’s statement came after WikiLeaks threatened to sue unless an apology was given or an exposé on a plot against Assange aired.

CNN’s counter-terrorism analyst made the reckless on-air statement on Wednesday while discussing the whistle blower site WikiLeaks. Mudd boldly declared that “there’s an effort to protect WikiLeaks (and) a pedophile who lives in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

Mudd was referring to Assange, who is wanted for alleged sexual assault charges in Sweden – but not for anything related to pedophilia.  Even the sexual assault is not clear. Assange can not clear his name because it would mean leaving the embassy and too many governments are angry at him for exposing their lies. As a result, CNN was forced to effectively apologize for the segment and conceded that “CNN has no evidence to support that assertion.

The statement was released hours after WikiLeaks responded to the comment via Twitter in a now deleted tweet, saying, “We have issued instructions to sue CNN for defamation,” and “Unless within 48 hrs they air a one hour expose of the plot.

I think if I were CNN I would do my best to stay on this guys good side. love  him or hate him. The guy has power to ruin you. Just ask the DNC.

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