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Odors from Ecuador’s Embassy in London draw some concern

Funny story: Odors from Ecuador’s Embassy in London draw some concern

Surrounded by protesters and police keeping a close watch for any disturbance, Ecuador’s London embassy is subject to new investigations. That is, observers have noticed a certain odor that appears to be coming from this noble edifice, although fr...

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Valerie Thighborg claims Julian Assange has disappeared from the embassy

Funny story: Valerie Thighborg claims Julian Assange has disappeared from the embassy

Last night former assistant prosecutor from Sweden, Ms. Valerie Thighborg, arrived in London to once again visit with Mr. Assange. This week Judge Arbuthnot ruled Mr. Assange’s legal situation must remain unchanged. No longer with the prosecuto...

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Sir John Falstaff Society steps forward on Assange case

Funny story: Sir John Falstaff Society steps forward on Assange case

Yesterday UK Judge Emma Arbuthnot upheld the arrest warrant on Julian Assange. “I am not persuaded the warrant should be withdrawn,” she said. In response, England’s Sir John Falstaff Society has held a news conference. Mr. Assange was ar...

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Swedish prosecutor sends Valerie Thighborg to London to summarize the Assange case

Funny story: Swedish prosecutor sends Valerie Thighborg to London to summarize the Assange case

A new update on the Assange case is again rising to the surface. Ms. Valerie Thighborg, who has visited Mr. Assange twice previously (reported in these pages) has returned to Ecuador's London embassy to review Mr. Assange's current interrogation.

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Ecuador Embassy Sets Conditions to Restore Assange's Internet

London, UK-The Ecuadorian embassy issued its first statement explaining their decision to halt internet access to Julian Assange, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief. "Julian Assange resides with us at the embassy since June 2012. Ecuador granted him polit...

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