WikiLeaks: Assange to be ousted from Ecuadorian embassy within ‘hours to days’

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Well, this is interesting, huh?

The Hill:

A Twitter account for WikiLeaks, the document trove website founded by Julian Assange, said Thursday that Assange will be ousted from his sanctuary at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London within “hours to days.”

The website tweeted Thursday claiming that a senior source with Ecuador’s State Department had informed WikiLeaks that Assange would be removed from the embassy and subject to arrest by British authorities.

In a blog post on the organization’s legal defense fund website, WikiLeaks claimed that the move was an attempt by Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno to cover up activities related to his use of an offshore tax haven created by his brother.

Whatever the reason, it couldn’t happen to a more deserving fellow.

And, hey, I love it — especially later in the evening.

Hmm, any chance someone will see fit to “lock him up”?



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tRump just might send Air Force 1 over there to pick him up and bring him back to the states to work in the White House