Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was dragged out of the Embassy by police for seven years and his appearance changed dramatically (Source: ~)
On April 11, British police confirmed that WikiLeaks founder Assange was arrested at the Ecuadorian Embassy in the United Kingdom.
According to foreign media reports earlier, WikiLeaks founder Assange was expelled from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Ecuadors President announced that the country has stopped asylum for Assange.
Julian Assange created WikiLeaks in 2006. In 2010, WikiLeaks released hundreds of thousands of leaked documents, including confidential documents of the U.S. government on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, which caused great sensation and controversy, and damaged the international reputation of the United States. In the same year, Sweden issued an arrest warrant for Assange in the United Kingdom on the grounds that he raped and sexually harassed two Swedish women.
After Assange was arrested in Britain, the British Supreme Court ruled that he should be extradited to Sweden. But in June 2012, on bail, Assange entered the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to seek asylum, claiming that Swedens allegations were aimed at eventually extraditing him to the United States. The Embassy of Ecuador granted his asylum request in August of the same year.
WikiLeaks: Assange was monitored, recorded or handed over to the United States at the Ecuadorian Embassy
WikiLeaks website said Wednesday that its founder, Julian Assange, was under massive surveillance during his refuge at the Ecuadorian Embassy in the UK, and the relevant records may be handed over to the Trump government.
According to foreign media reports, Kristin Hrafnsson, current editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, said at a conference held on October 10 that the website had found large-scale espionage against Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy and that Assange might be expelled from the Embassy at any time.
Reuters said Heravanson did not immediately give evidence to prove the authenticity of the surveillance. According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, Heravanson believed that all Assanges activities were captured by surveillance cameras, including his meeting with visitors. Heravanson also said that visitor records and surveillance video recordings of the embassy were required to be surrendered, which he believed had been handed over to the Trump Administration of the United States.
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