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Pamela Anderson poisoned Wikileaks leader with a vegan sandwich

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From famous lifesaver, to rumoured life-taker?

Daily Mail shared the bizarre scandal that after visiting Wikileaks editor-in-chief, Julian Assange, Pamela Anderson found herself the unlikely suspect of his assassination. When Assange’s internet link was shut down, the conspiracy theories began to fly, and death-by-vegan-sandwich is our favourite one.

Anderson visited Assange at his home in the Ecuadorian embassy in London this past weekend, the first questionable thing about this story. Assange joked that the vegan food she had in tow was torture, but it was actually just some Pret A Manger sandwiches. The next day, three mysterious tweets went out from the Wikilinks page, leading some to believe they were a final, heavily coded fuck-you from beyond the grave. John Kerry, Ecuador, and United Kingdom’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office were mentioned, nothing about hummus and veg. Still, people called for Anderson to be arrested because she’s obviously a secret agent being sent to poison people with vegan options (not even actual poison). 

So, no one is dead and vegan food has absolutely nothing to do with this. Assange himself thinks his wifi disappeared because state agents have had enough of his election exposure, with some 1000 emails being leaked from the account of John Podesta (Clinton’s campaign chairman) the same day of this sandwich misunderstanding.

Apparently, some people believe that eating vegan could wipe someone out faster than leaking Government secrets. Oh, the hilarity of it all!

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