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General News    H4'ed 9/1/15

Ecuador Considered Smuggling Julian Assange to Freedom in a Bag

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A new set of leaked documents from the Ecuadorean embassy in London shows that diplomatic officials there have brainstormed methods they could help Assange escape from the embassy—where he’s had asylum for more than three years—without being arrested by the British police that keep a 24-hour watch on the building. Assange, who is wanted for questioning related to accusations of sex crimes in Sweden, has remained trapped in two rooms in the building. The documents show that the unnamed officials have considered everything from putting Assange in a disguise to hiding him in a diplomatic bag intended for documents.
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