Last June 29, founder of Wikileaks, the Australian Julian Assange, sought refuge in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, according to him, because he believed being in danger of an extradition to Sweden to answer for alleged sex crimes.
Nearly four months later, the legal and diplomatic tension due to his arrival at the embassy has stalled and that stability starts to seem boring for him.
So he confessed to the Daily Mail, who interviewed him in his room at the embassy.
“It’s a bit like being in a space station,” said Assange, “the first two months at the embassy were quite positive, we fought a great battle and had political momentum, now that all is stable, such stability is becoming boring” he added. (MZ)