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Wikileaks Editor: Evidence of ‘Extortion’, Ecuador’s 24/7 Surveillance of Assange

Earlier today, Ruptly aired live Wikileaks Editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson’s press conference addressing the media on a “new, unexpected, criminal case involving Julian Assange”, also joined by the former Consul of Ecuador to London, Fidel Narvaez, and human rights lawyer ​and barrister Jennifer Robinson.

In this stunning testimony, Hrafnsson laid out evidence of an attempted extortion by a group of individuals purportedly from Spain, asking the publisher to pay millions for surveillance footage – which included private medical examinations, legal meetings and documents obtained from inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where its founder, Julian Assange, is currently residing in asylum.

Watch as the Wikileaks team navigates a room filled with MSM sharks:

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