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Julian Assange is the subject of a U.S. indictment, says a document filed in error: prosecutors

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Julian Assange is the subject of a U.S. indictment, says a document filed in error: prosecutorsAmerican prosecutors have got a sealed indictment towards Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, whose website online revealed hundreds of labeled U.S. executive paperwork, a U.S. federal court docket report confirmed on Thursday. The report, which prosecutors say was once filed via mistake, asks a pass judgement on to seal paperwork in a legal case unrelated to …
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That information was revealed in an unrelated court document that prosecutors say was filed by mistake.

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