Anonymous (OpAssange): The United States released a new indictment against Julian Assange with includes 18 charges that may surprise most hacktivists. While much of the outrage from hacktivists stems from their perception that the U.S. interest in Assange comes from his release of aerial footage of civilians being killed by U.S. forces. The indictment makes no mention of the footage but instead brings charges against Mr. Assange for aiding Chelsea Manning in compromising classified data and the publishing of the full names of intelligence assets in Iraq and Afghanistan publicly, putting them and their families at risk. If found guilty, Mr. Assange faces a maximum of 10 years in prison, although a spokesman for the Department of Justice said that federal sentences are typically less than the maximum.
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