The government of the US is slowly but steadily marching toward prosecuting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and in recent weeks that have picked up momentum .The Justice Department has subpoenaed the Twitter account information of WikiLeaks and several of its supporters as part of its "ongoing criminal investigation."
According to a copy of a subpoena made public on Friday, the prosecutors who have initiated criminal investigation against the controversial whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks have gone to the court to demand that the private conversations, billing addresses, and other details of people associated with the organization, including its founder, Julian Assange.
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