Julian Assange’s position in the Ecuadorian embassy is “in jeopardy,” reports CNN.
A source said that his situation is “unusually bad.” If the Wikileaks founder leaves the embassy, it could open the gates for US investigators who have a number of things to discuss with him.
His lawyer, Melinda Taylor, told CNN: “The concern from day one until the present is that if Julian Assange walks out of the Embassy, he will be extradited to face what the executive director of the ACLU described as an ‘unprecedented and unconstitutional’ prosecution under the US Espionage Act.”
This story is still developing.
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