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Saturday, September 1, 2012

UK Police Revealed Secret Plan to Arrest WikiLeaks Founder

A Metropolitan police officer was snapped by the reporters when holding the clipboard saying Assange’s name.

The clipboard held by a uniformed officer last week outside the Ecuadorian embassy featured a sheet of paper titled “Restricted” and saying “EQ Embassy brief – Summary of current position re. Assange. Action required – Assange to be arrested under all circumstances”.

Further, the paper detailed all ways that Julian Assange could exit the building of the embassy, including in a diplomatic bag or car. The document also warned of the possibilities of “distraction” – for instance, the supporters of Assange could arrange a riot outside the embassy.

In response, representatives of the Metropolitan Police claimed in the interview that the document in question wasn’t related to the Julian Assange case, although everyone would be surprised if there were any other fugitives from justice hiding in the embassy named Assange.

In August, Ecuador has officially offered Julian Assange asylum in the country, but the United Kingdom said they wouldn’t let Assange out of the embassy. According to the Foreign Office, the country has to hand Assange over to Sweden after every court in the land rejected his legal efforts to avoid extradition.

The dispute arose when the British Foreign Office wrote an official letter to Ecuadorian officials saying that under a little known legislation they could temporarily suspend the embassy's diplomatic protection in order to allow authorities to enter and arrest WikiLeaks founder. Ecuador's resident has dismissed any steps in that direction as “suicidal”.

In the meantime, Assange’s lawyer Baltasar Garzon explained that Julian was willing to answer Swedish prosecutors’ questions, but only if he was provided some guarantees. According to Assange’s supporters, a secret American grand jury has been empanelled to consider charges against the WikiLeaks founder. However, it is unclear why the United States didn’t ask the United Kingdom to hand him over.

Julian Assange claims that the allegations against him in Sweden are politically motivated. He also believes that Sweden will transfer him to the US, where he could face the death penalty for running WikiLeaks.

In the meantime, Sweden is getting more hacked off with WikiLeaks founder and the local press is starting to wonder why the rest of the world continues ignoring Swedish victims in favor of his tin foil hat defenses. 

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