By TruePublica: According
to numerous mainstream media reports, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
is about to be forced to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London. If that
happened, he would face imminent arrest by British authorities and
extradition to the US, where he would probably face life imprisonment on
the one hand or execution on espionage charges on the other. The latter
being the preferred option for the Trump administration.
It has now been exactly two months since Assange has been denied
visitors and any outside communications since the Ecuadorian government
cut off his access on March 28. He has no internet, phone, television
and is no longer allowed visitors at all.
The truth is, no-one actually knows if Assange is still actually on the Ecuadorian premises.