Julian Assange Rejects Ecuador’s Claim That He Can Leave the Embassy With ‘Near Liberty’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Julian Assange Rejects Ecuador’s Claim That He Can Leave the Embassy With ‘Near Liberty’

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is rejecting Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno’s claim that he can leave the embassy with “near-liberty” after the UK agreed not to extradite him to any nation seeking to give him the death penalty.

Assange, who was granted political asylum by Ecuador in 2012, has been residing in the London Ecuadorian embassy ever since. President Moreno has not been as keen to protect him as the previous president, however.

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