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Ecuadorian Government Cuts Off Julian Assange’s Internet Access: Wikileaks

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What US / UK / Jewish pressure is being brought to bear on Ecuador?

ECUADOR has cut off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s (pictured) internet access within the South American country’s London embassy, WikiLeaks said in a statement on its website Monday.

“We can confirm Ecuador cut Assange’s Internet access Saturday, 5 p.m. GMT,” the group said on its Twitter account. WikiLeaks’ subsequently posted a series of e-mails purported by WikiLeaks to be from personal accounts of U.S. presidential candidate Hilary Clinton’s campaign chief, John Podesta. Ecuador’s Foreign Ministry declined to comment on Assange’s internet access.

Assange has lived and worked at Ecuador’s Embassy since 2012 under a grant of diplomatic asylum as he faces extradition to Sweden where he is wanted for questioning about an alleged sexual offense. Former Ecuadorian Ambassador Mauricio Gandara said that President Rafael Correa’s government is under pressure for allowing Assange to use the embassy to distribute material that may interfere with the U.S. campaign.

 U.S. officials have accused Russia of hacking Democratic Party e-mails and then providing WikiLeaks with sensitive documents aimed at undermining Clinton’s bid for the White House. Clinton’s campaign has declined to discuss the hacked e-mails.

“To cut off Assange’s internet provides a means to de-authorize his activities,” Gandara said in a telephone interview from Quito. Ecuador’s Foreign Ministry on Monday affirmed Assange’s asylum status, saying in a statement that “the protection of the Ecuadorean state will continue as long as the circumstances that motivated the concession of said asylum remain.”

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Source: Bloomberg

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1 Comment

  1. MichaelR
    October 18, 2016 at 9:30 pm — Reply

    He should have dumped everything on the Clinton gang all at once!

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