Ecuador Has Handed Assange to the Wolves As Their New Mis-Leader Moreno Has Become Filthy Rich Getting Bags of $$$$$ For Doing So
Wikileaks: Julian Assange Targeted By “Extensive Spying Operation” Inside Ecuadorian Embassy
ANDREW CHEETHAM18 hours ago
‘Wikileaks founder Julian Assange still resides inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London (for now, at least), where he is safe from arrest and likely extradition to the US. But in a Wednesday press conference, Wikileaks revealed that it has obtained evidence that Assange has been the subject of an “extensive spying operation” carried out by the Ecuadorian government, as the feud between Assange and Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno continues to escalate.
WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson claimed during an explosive Wednesday press conference that he believes the embassy has handed over footage from its security cameras, visitors logs and even Assange’s lawyers’ notes to the US, which has indicted Assange on charges related to the publication of classified military and diplomatic documents leaked by Wikileaks. The pretext for the spying is to find a way to end Assange’s asylum.
We know that there was a request to hand over visitor’s logs from the embassy and video recordings from within the security cameras in the embassy,” Hrafnsson said.
The embassy’s cameras are capable of recording audio, meaning that every single meeting between Assange and his doctors and lawyers has been recorded, and may have been turned over the Trump Administration, according to former Consul of Ecuador to London, Fidel Narvaez.
Ecuador is not protecting Julian anymore,” Narvaez said during the press conference. In fact, he said, Moreno’s government has beeen doing everything in its power to try and end Asssange’s asylum. Moreno has repeatedly accused Assange of violating the terms of his asylum, most recently by publishing allegations of corruption.”
A trove of audio and documents were purportedly taken from inside the embassy were recently used by a shadowy Spanish group to try and extort €3 million from Assange.’
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