Someone may be trying to silence the man at the heart of WikiLeaks in London.
FOX's Simon Owen reports:
This would be bad news for any online activist: Julian Assange's internet is down. WikiLeaks alleging it was intentionally cut by a state party.
Assange is based at the Ecuadorean Embassy here in London, he's been inside since 2012, claiming asylum to avoid being extradited to Sweden, over sex crime allegations.
But his website continues to deliver scoops, recently publishing those emails hacked from the account of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.