Former president of Ecuador Rafael Correa. (Photo: Phil Miller / Declassified UK)

Rafael Correa: ‘They have already destroyed Assange’

On a cloudy Saturday morning in the middle of June 2012, Australian journalist Julian Assange walked into the Ecuadorian embassy in Knightsbridge, London.  He was a hunted man. Over the past two years, he’d been revealing the secrets, in alliance with the world’s largest newspapers, of the US’s so-called War on Terror, an extraordinary explosion […]

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Revealed: The UK government campaign to force Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy

Prime minister Theresa May was told in March 2018 to ‘butter up’ Ecuador’s president in order to get Assange out of Ecuadorian embassy in London Later in the year, May’s government spent £20,000 to bring Ecuadorian officials and defence minister to UK British foreign minister arranged Daily Mail hit piece on WikiLeaks publisher days after […]

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