Julian Assange complies 3 years of confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange fulfills three years as a refugee in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, accusing the Swedish justice of playing with his case.
Last week, Assange issued a statement assuring that the Swedish prosecution did not attend an appointment to take his statement at the embassy.
Assange said that the Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny canceled a potential meeting to take his statement, dated were set and Ny accepted them. “Ny made my lawyers believe that the meeting was going on,” but in the end she did not come.
Not only that, said Assange, who also said that the demand for Ecuadorian and British authorities to comply with the judicial process “was sent to Ecuador only two days ago,” so the interrogation will have to wait several weeks.
Julian Assange is accused of alleged sexual abuse of two women, which he denies, so he sought refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy fearing that Sweden extradites him to the United States to respond for the confidential official Wikileaks revelations.
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