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Senate U.S. wants Assange hearing

LONDON – The inlichtingencommissie of the U.s. Senate has Wikileaks founder Julian Assange asked to testify. Reports that the klokkenluiderssite via Twitter to let you know that the lawyers of Assange’s request to consider. Any meeting would “have to meet a high ethical standard.”

Archive view of Julian Assange.

Wikileaks shared a photo of the letter, which on 1 August would have been prepared. The commission says Assange to want to hear because of the investigation into the possible Russian interference in the American presidential election. Wikileaks published at the time of e-mails from the Democratic Party by alleged Russian hackers were stolen.

Assange, who is hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, the request itself available for a conversation behind closed doors. That meeting could take place on a “time and place” where both parties are in. The American authorities of the authenticity of the letter has not yet been confirmed.

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