On Friday last week, it was reported that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s expulsion from the Ecuadorian embassy in London was imminent, which could be occurring within “hours or days,” which was tweeted out by Wikileaks, sparking British Police to assemble, alongside fans and protestors in order to camp outside the embassy this past weekend, which is located only some meters away from Harrods department store.
There now seems to be standoff, or some confusion, as Julian Assange has been barred from online communication for over a year, even after being stuck inside the embassy for almost seven years, since August 2012, over a now dropped charge, emanating from Sweden, where two women falsely accused him of rape or sexual assault.
Yes, that mysterious case was dropped by the accusers, and by Swedish authorities, almost two years ago, in May of 2017, and the tale was often been seen as a politically motivated and falsified smear charge against him, which was used in order to attempt to arrest Julian Assange for something not pertaining to his previous work for Wikileaks.
Fast forward to two years later, and Julian Assange is still said to be inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, however, rumours of him leaving the embassy is seemingly catching on, but just as to how that will happen remains unclear, within that, will he be arrested by British authorities if he steps out of the embassy, or will the Trump administration and the USA be able to successfully arrange his extradition to America?
Ecuadorian President, Lenin Moreno, has made the claim that Julian Assange has repeatedly violated protocol at the embassy, he said, “Several times, Mr. Assange has violated the agreement we reached with him and his lawyers.”
However, no specifics of any violations have been mentioned so far, and Ecuadorian Attorney General, Íñigo Salvador, has previously said that his country was “not looking to revoke” Assange’s asylum, but he has also stated that if the UK could guarantee that Assange would not be extradited to a third party country, upon his release, then a deal or agreement could be reached.
Last week, Wikileaks tweeted this, but since then, there has been no more news on the topic of Julian Assange’s status at the Ecuadorian embassy.
BREAKING: A high level source within the Ecuadorian state has told @WikiLeaks that Julian Assange will be expelled within "hours to days" using the #INAPapers offshore scandal as a pretext–and that it already has an agreement with the UK for his arrest.https://t.co/adnJph79wq
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) April 4, 2019
However, Julian Assange’s legal team has since stated that expelling him from the Ecuador embassy would be “illegal” and it would violate international “refugee law.”
His legal team, recently released a statement, proclaiming, “It will be a sad day for democracy if the UK and Ecuadorian governments are willing to act as accomplices to the Trump administration’s determination to prosecute a publisher for publishing truthful information.”
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, when asked about Julian Assange, he said that “Assange is a free man” and that he “can leave the embassy when he wants to” and concluding that, “we want the situation resolved as quickly as possible.”
Meanwhile, London’s Metropolitan Police refused to comment on whether they were aware of any extradition arrangements within relation to Julian Assange, but their increased presence outside the embassy over the weekend could be seen as an act of instruction, or was it simply a safety precaution? Nobody knows…
One thing is for sure, Julian Assange and Wikileaks have never lost a court case pertaining to the information that they have ever published, and Assange remains a hero to many people, with #FreeJulianAssange even becoming a trending hashtag. But now, let’s take a look at some informative slides, in order to gather more information.
Australian Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, has previously stated in various interviews, that he has absolutely no links to Russia, and he never has had, without ever confirming any main source, whom may have been responsible for the now exposed Hillary Clinton emails, John Podesta emails, and those damning DNC emails, which revealed a plentitude of scandals, including their links to Russia in the Uranium One scandal, revelations of PizzaGate, plus hints at SpyGate, plus the information of the orchestrated murder of former DNC staffer, Seth Rich, after being presumed by the DNC to being the leaker by John Podesta (Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager.)
DNC staffer, Seth Rich, 27, was shot two times in the back, outside of a bar in the Bloomingdale area of Washington D.C. at 4:20am on July 10th, 2016, by a suspected Democrat backed MS-13 gunman, after John Podesta had made instructions known via email to another DNC staff, that he was all for making an example of any suspected leaker.
Debbie Wasserman Schulz of the DNC is also rumoured to have played a role in the acquisition of an MS-13 gang member to carry out the hit on Seth Rich.
Last week, we came across some earlier published information, seemingly verified by a surgeon working at the Washington hospital where Seth Rich was being treated and operated on, where we can understand that Seth Rich survived the shooting, and was recovering in hospital after his surgeries. But, all of a sudden, some time later, Law Enforcement Officers arrived at the hospital and the surgeon never ever saw Seth Rich again, and he was later told that he had died.
Could Seth Rich have been the Wikileaks source? Or was he just one piece of a puzzle, after John Podesta’s email account was also rumoured to have been compromised by a phishing link scam, that leaked his email accounts and its contents.
Either way, this has nothing to do with Russia, and it’s plain to see that Seth Rich may have played a role in being a patriot, after discovering the internal crimes of the Democratic National Committee, prompting him to help to get some crucial information out, but it remains unconfirmed as whether this has anything to do with him being a Wikileaks source.
One thing is almost guaranteed though, which is that presumably there’s a lot more information obtained by Wikileaks, which hasn’t been disclosed, which would implicate and warrant investigations, plus serve as the ultimate “incriminating” evidence in future prosecutions, pertaining to various scandals linked back to the previous Democrat party of 2016, and their extended cohorts in serious criminal-political activity.
Julian Assange could very well hold the key to a lot of important information, but since this information is presumably already in the hands of the correct authorities, it remains a mystery as to what’s going to happen next, but many people declare Julian Assange as a “saviour of the world” and wish for him to be freed.
If the information is already in the right hands, and if Julian Assange is finally freed, let’s hope that the correct agreements are made, so that once he is free, Assange will be well, and truly free under the arrangements and you can imagine the hoards of evidence he may have on certain political figures.
Update: Julian Assange has been evacuated from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and will be extradited to the USA.
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