LONDON (Web Desk) – Internet link of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was reportedly cut off by an “unknown” country, WikiLeaks official account confirmed.

The internet link was allegedly put to halt on Monday morning but the whistle-blower organization has claimed putting contingency plans in action to keep people abreast of the confidential documents alleging a “State Party” of disconnecting the link.

Assange has been locked up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and the only thing that keeps him connected to the entire world was internet.

The news comes as WikiLeaks is releasing damaging documents about hacked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta and observers are of the view that further release of secret documents can seriously dent Hillary’s chances to become US President.

The release hints at Hillary’s friendly terms with the mainstream media to build a narrative suitable for former first lady. Another leak was allegedly released as Goldman Sachs paid speeches of Hillary (Goldman Sachs is American financial organization with international stakes).

The latest release occurred on Sunday and co-incidentally or intentionally Assange’s internet link was cut off the very next day.

Earlier, a series of cryptic tweets were uploaded but no information was put forth regarding the codes but Twitter was alight with the rumors on Sunday night that Assange was poisoned to death by Pamela Anderson, a Canadian-American actress and model and the coded tweets hinted at ‘dead man’s switch’ meant to be activated if Assange is killed.