Julian Assange may be dead in the water. His Internet access has been cut, supposedly by a “state actor” his group says is Ecuador.

In a series of tweets, WikiLeaks said Ecuador was the culprit.

At a press conference on Oct. 4, Assange said via video link that WikiLeaks would be releasing information he felt was relevant to the U.S. election beginning that week, and that he hoped the organization would “be publishing every week for the next 10 weeks,” leading up to and through the Nov. 8 presidential vote.

Theories began circulating:

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