WikiLeaks Offers $100,000 Reward for Information Showing Who is Responsible for Alleged Douma Chemical Attack

Despite their publisher being gagged and silenced for the past couple of weeks, WikiLeaks is still functioning and seeking to bring truth to the public.

On Monday, the news organization announced a $100,000 reward for confidential official information (intercepts, reports) showing to who is responsible for the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria.

“WikiLeaks issues a US$100,000 reward for confidential official information (intercepts, reports) showing to who is responsible for the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria,” the official WikiLeaks Twitter account posted along with a link to the link for anonymously submitting documents.

WikiLeaks also quote-tweeted an update from NBC in which they announced that President Trump would be making a decision on how to proceed with Syria within the next 48 hours, commenting, “The world is about to see Trump’s decision making with John Bolton (one of the principal Iraq war proponents) as National Security Advisor.”

Their publisher, Julian Assange, has been without a phone, internet or visitors since March 25, when Ecuador caved to pressure by the United States and Spain to further isolate him and make his asylum more unbearable.


Assange, who is perhaps the world’s most well-known free speech advocate, entered the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on June 19, 2012, and applied for political asylum, which was granted. It is widely accepted that if he should leave the building he would be arrested and extradited to the US where he would face extreme charges for the crime of practicing journalism.

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