Wikileaks said Ecuador would turn over to U.S. prosecutors possessions belonging to Julian Assange that remain in the country’s London embassy.
The organization claims that Ecuadorian officials will permit U.S. prosecutors to “help themselves” to Assange’s legal papers, medical records and electronic devices, according to The Guardian.
The article goes on to state the following:
WikiLeaks said that Assange’s attorneys will not be present.
“On Monday Ecuador will perform a puppet show at the embassy of Ecuador in London for their masters in Washington, just in time to expand their extradition case before the UK deadline on 14 June,” WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson said, according to the British newspaper. “The Trump administration is inducing its allies to behave like it’s the Wild West.”
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