In a message, Anonymous warns of the arrest of Julian Assange: "Release him or you will pay."
Anonymous through a message they broadcast from social media as well from their anonews.co website warn the British government that if he does not let Asian go free he will regret it.
Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, was arrested on Friday at Ecuador's embassy (or else Equatorialin London, following the lifting of the asylum provided by Ecuador. Anonymous, after his capture, produced a text as well as one a videotape posted on facebook, threatening the British authorities.
The message reads: "This is a message to the UK Government and its custodians around the world, who are working to silence the complainants …… The British authorities have arrested Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange on behalf of the US Government. "This is a move that was expected and Assange himself warned us of his imminent arrest. The governments will do everything they can to ensure that their secrets are not revealed."
In their message they take a look at the Wikileaks founder's story, highlighting the documents he published about the Bush administration and the murders of civilians in Baghdad.
The authors of the text call for a "revolution" both online and on the streets, citing recent events in France in yellow vests. And in the end they threaten with chaos: Release Assange otherwise you will pay. It is time to unite, to revolt and to fight.