After the U.S. Department of Justice inadvertently disclosed that charges may be pending against Julian Assange, the controversial figure’s international team of attorneys has been thrust back into the limelight.

Several news organizations late Thursday seized on a filing from August in a case pending out of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, which said that charges had been filed against the WikiLeaks founder, who is currently living in the Embassy of Ecuador in London.

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