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Prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson comments on the court's decision not to detain WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during a news conference Monday in Uppsala, Sweden. Fredrik Sandberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning speaks to reporters in Virginia on Thursday. After Manning refused to testify before a grand jury, U.S. District Judge Anthony Trenga said she was in contempt of court and ordered her back to jail. Eric Baradat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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State prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson announced Monday that Sweden is reopening its investigation of Julian Assange over rape allegations from 2010. Jonathan Nackstrand /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chelsea Manning, a former military intelligence analyst, was freed after refusing to testify about WikiLeaks, but she now faces a new subpoena. Ford Fischer/News2Share/Reuters hide caption

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Protesters carry posters depicting Julian Assange outside Westminster Magistrates Court in London on Thursday where the WikiLeaks founder appeared by video link from prison for an extradition hearing. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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WikiLeaks has made multiple disclosures over the past decade, including one in March 2017 when the group released what it said were CIA technical documents on a range of spying techniques. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Much Did WikiLeaks Damage U.S. National Security?

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could soon be facing criminal charges from the Department of Justice, according to language discovered in an unrelated court document by terrorism researcher Seamus Hughes. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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How A 'Court Records Nerd' Discovered The Government May Be Charging Julian Assange

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Julian Assange speaks to the media from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London last year. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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Court Filing Suggests Prosecutors Are Preparing Charges Against Julian Assange

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Roger Stone says that he is prepared for a Justice Department indictment if one appears but that investigators ultimately will find that he has done nothing wrong. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Amid Lawsuits And Circling Feds, Stone Rejects What He Calls A Scheme To Silence Him

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Roger Stone, a longtime ally of President Trump, speaks to the media after appearing before the House Intelligence Committee during a closed door hearing last September. On Sunday, Stone bemoaned the "excesses and partisanship" of Robert Mueller's investigation. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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