Extremely Strange Events On Another Front – U.S. Navy Cryptically Tweets ‘Julian Assange’ After His Twitter Account Mysteriously Disappears And Reappears
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s Twitter account mysteriously disappeared on Christmas Eve and just as mysteriously reappeared early Christmas morning. Neither Twitter nor the official Wikileaks account explained why users looking for Assange’s account received the “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!” message, and after Assange’s page came back up, his subsequent tweets did not reference the event, but did call out an article about it for misinformation.
Twitter users can deactivate and reactivate their own accounts, as can Twitter, so no one really knows exactly what happened to Assanges’s account, but a number of other extremely strange events have come to light, following some very cryptic tweets from Assange over the course of the last month.
The only possible reference by Wikileaks to Assange’s account disappearing and then reappearing, also highlights another bit of strangeness that occurred on December 25, to which Wikileaks dubs as “oddities”
Despite some oddities from the US Navy and Twitter today and increased physical surveillance @JulianAssange‘s physical situation at the embassy remains unaltered–confined without charge in violation of two UN rulings requiring the UK to set him free.
The same morning Assange’s account suddenly reappeared, the U.S. Navy’s official and verified account tweeted out two words with quotation marks: “Julian Assange,” and then deleted the tweet, but not before it was captured via a screen shot, shared by Wikileaks, with the message “Here a screenshot of the deleted @USNavy Christmas tweet about @JulianAssange. Note the use of quotation marks.”