Ecuador Admits They Cut Assange's Internet to Stop Him From Influencing U.S. ElectionChris Menahan
Oct. 19, 2016
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Ecuador issued a statement yesterday saying they cut off Julian Assange's internet connection in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to prevent him from influencing the US election.
Their statement reads in full:
Official CommuniquéWikileaks said yesterday on Twitter: "Multiple US sources tell us John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing Clinton docs during FARC peace negotiations."
"The John Kerry private meeting with Ecuador was made on the sidelines of the negotiations which took place pricipally [sic] on Sep 26 in Colombia," they wrote in a follow up Tweet.
There's no question this was done to protect Crooked. The leaks are too damaging and the truth is bringing her down.
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