Assange accuses Ecuador in isolation from the outside world
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who spent six years in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, has filed a lawsuit against the government of Ecuador for “the violation of fundamental human rights,” writes the Chronicle.info with reference for Today.
Assange accuses Ecuador in isolation from the outside world.
In a statement, WikiLeaks States that the Embassy of Ecuador “threatened to deprive his defense and cut him off from the outside world.”
In particular, the Embassy refused to journalists and human rights organizations in a meeting with Assange, and have installed jammers to prevent calls and Internet access.
Recall that Assange has been granted asylum in Ecuador from the predecessor of President Moreno Rafael Correa. He lives in the Embassy of Ecuador in London since June 2012. His website, Wikileaks became famous after the publication of secret materials of the Pentagon, state Department and other government agencies of the United States.