Julian Assange's only link to the outside world was disconnected early Sunday.
@WikiLeaks tweeted early Monday:
"Julian Assange's internet link had been intentionally severed by a state party. We have activated the appropriate contingency plans."
Those contingency plans included 3 cryptic tweets that included a string of numbers called a MD5 checksum. A checksum is used to verify the integrity and authenticity of data files.
If Julian Assange is arrested or incapacitated, the remaining 80 Gigs of data he has on Hillary Clinton will be released automatically. The checksums can be used to verify that the files are valid.
The link to download the massive encrypted file is already available online. But a password is needed to unlock the file.
One Reddit.com user went to the embassy on Monday morning to inquire about Assange.
He was told he needed to have an appointment to see Assange. The Redditor, who livestreamed his visit on Periscope, said his WiFi signal was jammed when he entered the embassy and began working again when he left.
That means no one inside the embassy can get an Internet connection. This is probably being done to force Ecuador to turn over Assange.
A friend of Assange's tweeted that Assange was alive and well as of 11:42 p.m. London time.
The flurry of activity in London unfolded in the hours after Wikileaks released a daily dump of Podesta emails on Sunday.
John Podesta is the Chairman of Clinton's campaign for president.
Sunday's email release contained the most damning revelations so far about Podesta, Hillary Clinton, The Clinton Foundation and Clinton's shameless allies within the liberal news media.
In one email, Podesta is disappointed that the San Bernardino terrorist was a Muslim and not a white man.
"Damn," wrote a Clinton staffer when the identity of the terrorist was revealed.
Podesta responded: “Better if a guy named Sayeed Farouk was reporting that a guy named Christopher Hayes was the shooter.”
And in this email insiders expresses concern for Hillary's health.
It is not illegal to read the emails.
In related news, Russia Today UK, a Russian news organization based in London, reported that a UK bank froze all of their bank accounts.
RT UK received the news on Monday as they were reporting live from outside the Ecuadorian Embassy where Assange, an Australian citizen, has been holed up for years.
“We have recently undertaken a review of your banking arrangements with us and reached the conclusion that we will no longer provide these facilities,” NatWest Bank said in a letter to RT’s London office.
London had issued a notice effectively banning UK news media from reporting outside the embassy building which also houses the Colombian Embassy.
Here is an email listing Hillary Clinton's news media friends who were invited to an "off-the-record" dinner for Clinton at Podesta's Washinton, D.C. house.
Note that no one from Fox News or Breitbart.com was invited.
Read Podesta Emails #9 here.
Search for keywords in the data dump here.