WILL ASSANGE BE EXTRADITED NOW THAT OBAMA COMMUTED CHELSEA MANNING’S SENTENCE?

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A cryptic WikiLeaks tweet becomes much more relevant

Today President Barack Obama commuted the prison sentences of 209 people and pardoned 64 others. In all, Obama has commuted the sentences of 1,385 people (the most commutations of any president in history) and pardoned 212 others.Without a doubt, however, the highest profile commutation announced today was that of Chelsea Manning. The Army intelligence analyst (formerly Bradley Manning) was convicted in 2010 of leaking information about American military and diplomatic activities across the world. She revealed these secrets to the nonprofit open government group WikiLeaks, which was recently implicated in election hacking.

Manning, 29, was supposed to remain in prison until 2045, but she will now be freed May 17, 2017.

The pardon announcement also led many journalists to speculate that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may finally be extradited to the United States for his alleged wrongdoing.

Why did they wonder about that? Because WikiLeaks itself tweeted about it five days ago:

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