Could the Wikileaks Founder really be stuck in the Ecuadorean Embassy for life?
It is possible. As it seems Julian may only have two real options in front of him; to surrender to the London police or stay the rest of his life in hiding. Unless the Brits have a sudden change of heart? As of now, Julian has officially become a citizen of Equador while reportedly still staying in the same London Embassy he has been hiding in for five years now. It’s a complex and sensitive situation full of speculations but this piece examines the ordeal further. Take a look.
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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange hasn’t been in the news quite as much lately, mostly due to the fact that he’s been stuck in a self-imposed prison, seeking refuge from the long arm of the law in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for more than five years now. But just this week, as Ed reported yesterday, there seemed to be new hope for Assange. The hot rumor was that Ecuador may have granted him citizenship and could, in theory, offer him diplomatic immunity so he could simply board a plane and fly to his new home.
So I suppose he should start packing and prepare to finally breathe some fresh air, eh? Well… not so fast. In order for Assange to be granted protected status as a diplomat of the Ecuadorean government, the Brits would have to accept his credentials. And it turns out that they’ve passed on that idea so Julian is back to square one. (Gizmodo)
The government of the U.K. has denied a motion to grant Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012 over fears…
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