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Wikileaks Julian Assange Arrested U.S. Extradition Order

Wikileaks Julian Assange was arrested and physically dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy on an alleged U.S. extradition order. Wonder who’s behind that? I bet it’s the Wikileaks dump of the hacked DNC Hillary Clinton emails that sunk her campaign in 2016.

Wikileaks Assange Arrested U.S. Warrant

Julian Assange was literally dragged out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London on an alleged U.S. extradition request.

After seven years of asylum, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in the embassy of Ecuador in London. In a videotaped statement, Ecuadorian president Lenin Moreno said his country’s patience for Assange’s behavior “has reached its limit.

Moreno described it as a sovereign decision due to repeated violations to international conventions and daily life. He cited Assange’s bizarre behavior inside the embassy as well as his alleged violations of Ecuador’s demand that he refrain from interference in the affairs of other states, particularly in the alleged leaking of Vatican documents in January.

The Metropolitan Police confirmed he was arrested in response to an extradition warrant by the U.S. In a statement, the Home Office said, We can confirm that Julian Assange was arrested in relation to a provisional extradition request from the United States of America. He is accused in the United States of America computer related crimes.

Dramatic footage posted online shows a bearded Assange shouting as he is carried by seven police officers out of the embassy and bundled into a police vehicle.

Maybe U.S AG Barr will make a deal with Assange to testify against Crooked Hillary. Or maybe Clinton needs him to be extradited to America to put a hit on him while he’s incarcerated!

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