Julian Assange is now a free man after reaching plea deal with U.S. Justice Department prosecutors

Julian Assange, the enigmatic WikiLeaks founder, made a triumphant return to his homeland of Australia, arriving aboard a charter jet. His clenched fist of victory greeted a throng of cheering supporters on Wednesday, marking the end of a prolonged legal drama after he admitted to obtaining and publishing classified U.S. military documents as part of a plea deal with Justice Department prosecutors.

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