Julian Assange's Twitter Account Mysteriously Disappears, Then Reappears

What Happened to Julian Assange

Julian Assange's Twitter Account Mysteriously Disappears, Then Reappears

Even weirder, the amount of followers of the account abruptly and significantly dropped upon reappearing, according to TechCrunch.

The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's account has been deleted from Twitter for unknown reasons.

Social media users also raised concerns about Assange's safety as his account went offline just days after an alleged robbery at the Madrid office of WikiLeaks lawyer Baltasar Garzon.

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Previously, Assange's most recent tweet was posted on the 22nd December, and made no mention of a possible leave from Twitter.

"The inadvertent tweet was briefly posted for a few seconds before it was quickly deleted by the same authorized user".

Assange has been holed up at the Ecuadorean embassy in London since 2012, when he sought refuge there to avoid extradition to Sweden on rape charges, which were eventually dropped.

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A CBS news report says that another "unverified" account claiming to be an alternative to Assange's showed up in the absence of the verified account, suggesting the original was deleted to attract a good deal of publicity ahead of a blockbuster WikiLeaks release.

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The chances of Twitter suspending Assange's account are unlikely as the 46-year-old does not fall under the category of individuals whose account the social media site would deactivate. Strangely, the official account of Wikileaks itself remains intact and has not commented on the disappearance of its founder from the platform.

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