David Morales spied on Assange’s meetings with his lawyers and shared the information with the CIA, as a 250 GB CIA folder was revealed during the Julian Assange case on his MacBook.
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New evidence has emerged in the case of David Morales, the owner of the Spanish security company UC Global, who spied on Julian Assange during his time at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, reports media.
The evidence, discovered on Morales’ MacBook, reveals that he kept files related to his work for the CIA on his laptop, marked with the initials of the US intelligence agency. These files, which were previously unknown to investigators, strengthen the allegations that Morales spied on Assange’s meetings with his lawyers and shared the information with the CIA.
The new evidence, consisting of more than 250 gigabytes of files, was not included in the initial copy of the material seized from Morales when he was arrested in 2019. The files were discovered after Assange’s lawyers encountered problems while downloading the records uploaded to the cloud storage system.
They obtained permission from the judge overseeing the case to obtain a second copy of the material, which revealed the previously undisclosed folders labeled as “CIA,” “Embassy,” and “Videos”, as quoted by Spanish media.
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