Julian Assange Is Privately Admitting His Bank Documents Will Be A Huge Flop

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Bank of America can breathe easy it looks like.

According to Reuters, Julian Assange is admitting that he doesn’t know if the documents he has on a major bank are a big deal or not.

The material is apparently not “self-explanatory” and Assange himself doesn’t know what the documents mean.

The most recent document is from 2006, which rules out anything to do with the Merrill or Countrywide mergers.

For more background on the rumours, see here >

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