Wikileaks is back in the news cycle again after publishing tens of thousands of DNC emails showing how they coordinated with the media and rigged the primary to help Hillary Clinton.
And, according to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, another email leak regarding Hillary Clinton is underway — and she’s in big trouble.
After publishing 30,322 emails from Clinton’s private email server, Assange claims his next big leak will “provide enough evidence” to have Hillary Clinton arrested.
In a video interview, Assange says he has “accumulated a lot of material about Hillary Clinton” which he believes could lead to an indictment.
The material being referenced was not revealed.
But Assange did say more information exists regarding the claims that Clinton used her family’s private email server for official communications.
He also went on to hint the upcoming leaks pertain to the Clinton Foundation, an organization under intense scrutiny over accusations that the Clinton’s used it to make themselves wealthy while Hillary served as Secretary of State.
The theory goes that Clinton would sell favors from the State Department, and the Clinton Foundation would receive the money.
If the upcoming leaks come to fruition, it would be the biggest bombshell report yet.
In his interview, Assange also reminded the public that the emails already released show damning communications between Hillary and a staffer, where Clinton instructed her to remove the ‘classification’ setting from a State Department email and send it through a non-secure channel.
The Wikileaks founder told the interviewer he believes there was no way the Obama administration would actually indict Hillary.
“[Attorney General Loretta Lynch] is not going to indict Hillary Clinton. It’s not possible that could happen. But the FBI could push for new concessions from the Clinton government in exchange for its lack of indictment.”
After escaping numerous scandals and temporarily saving her presidential ambitions, Hillary could still find herself sporting a bright orange jumpsuit and locked behind bars if Wikileaks keeps their promise.
For years, the Wikileaks organization and Hillary Clinton have sparred back-and-forth.
After releasing State Department cables in 2010, Hillary Clinton called on the Obama administration to prosecute the free speech organization.
Since then, Julian Assange has stayed in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for fear of being handed over to U.S. authorities if he tries to leave.