Assange has denied the rumors about his death with a quote from Mark TWAIN
MOSCOW, 14 Feb — RIA Novosti. The founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange has unfrozen an account in the microblogging service Twitter to refute rumors of his death.
“The rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated”, — he wrote, illustrating his thesis with examples from the Internet search engine that as a hint to the name of Assange, offers to enter requests: “dead”, “married”, “still alive”.
Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated (in a curious plot) https://t.co/S7Nd9SIXIw pic.twitter.com/KpDzLbokxH
— Julian Assange (@julianassange) 14 Feb 2017
According to the account, Assange registered the page in October 2011, but left the first message just now.
Witty wording to rebut the same rumors in your address in the XIX century used the American writer mark TWAIN.
In August 2016, the message about the exaggerated rumors of his death tweeted residing in Russia the ex-employee U.S. intelligence Edward Snowden. However, he attached to his statement a portrait of Mark TWAIN.
The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated. pic.twitter.com/ZgIkapmcOC
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) 15 Aug 2016