Wikileaks: Ecuador Has Banned Assange From Taking Visitors and Phone CallsChris Menahan
May. 11, 2018
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What type of "asylum" is this exactly?
Julian Assange has been hit with new rules limiting his communications by officials at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The new measures include bans on using the phone and having visitors, according to WikiLeaks.Wikileaks also tweeted out a story about a security deal Ecuador just signed with the US:
Former CIA director and newly appointed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Assange an "enormous threat" they're "working to take down" late last year:
The odds are overwhelming Ecuador is caving to outside pressure.
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