Leaked footage shows Julian Assange skateboarding around Ecuadorian embassy

Leaked footage shows Julian Assange skateboarding around Ecuadorian embassy

Leaked footage shows Julian Assange skateboarding around Ecuadorian embassy

The comments show the degradation of Julian Assange's relationship with Ecuador, which allowed him to stay in the London embassy for almost seven years.

"We can not allow our house, the house that opened its doors, to become a center for spying", Moreno told the Guardian.

President Moreno of Ecuador said in an interview that Assange had "bothered and threatened guards; [and] hit and mistreated employees of the embassy".

"This activity violates asylum conditions".

"It is unfortunate that, from our territory and with the permission of authorities of the previous government, facilities have been provided within the Ecuadoran embassy in London to interfere in processes of other states", Moreno said. "Our decision is not arbitrary but is based on worldwide law".

The president also made references to Assange's apparently poor hygiene following allegations made by Ecuador's interior minister, Maria Paula Romo.

"We are absolutely happy to answer those queries if and when they come up", Jennifer Robinson told Sky News television about the rape claims.

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Pressed over the veracity of the allegations, Ms Robinson said: "That's not true".

Should Stockholm make a request to extradite Assange, the UK government will have to consider whether this should be done before or after that of the United States, where the 47-year-old is fighting a USA extradition warrant relating to the release by WikiLeaks of a huge cache of official documents.

While Assange awaits the very likely possibility of extradition to the U.S. and prosecution for reporting on the sins of the world's most powerful, mainstream media "journalists" are doing humanity another great service - by posting irrelevant videos and pictures taken inside the embassy in an effort to assist Quito in its smearing efforts.

The 47-year-old was dragged out by police in dramatic scenes on Thursday and now faces up to 12 months in prison for breaching his United Kingdom bail.

After he was arrested on Thursday, US officials announced that he was charged with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion over WikiLeaks' release of sensitive military US documents, paving the way for his extradition.

Assange has yet to be extradited from the United Kingdom, and leaked footage obtained by El Pais and published by CNN has shown a glimpse at how the 47-year-old spent his time inside the embassy. Assange, the Mail tells us, also "had the run" of the embassy and "bagged" himself a nice bedroom.

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