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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: roadgravel
Never paid much attention to all that Sony stuff. For some reason wikileaks is stalling out on me while I'm there.
originally posted by: EchoesInTime
a reply to: Cobaltic1978
London's Metropolitan Police used to maintain a visible presence outside the building, although officers were nowhere in sight when an AP journalist visited on Tuesday.
WikiLeaks did not return repeated messages seeking comment. Staff at the embassy declined comment. Ecuador's Foreign Minister Guillaume Long, approached by The Associated Press on the sidelines of a United Nations conference in Quito on Monday, declined to comment when asked about Assange. His office later released a terse statement in response to "the speculation of the last few hours" reaffirming Assange's asylum status and saying that "his protection by the Ecuadorean state will continue while the circumstances that led to the granting of asylum remain."
London police are always stationed there but not there today. Not sure if that means anything.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
Remember the wikileaks anniversary that was supposed to have a huge announcement?