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15 April 2019, 07:09 | Devin Moran
Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno
Credit PABLO COZZAGLIO
Assange is being held in custody at Belmarsh Prison in southeast London, awaiting sentencing in Britain for skipping bail to avoid being sent to Sweden as part of an investigation of a rape allegation.
Assange was seized by plain clothes police officers on April 11 during dramatic scenes that saw him expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The government of Ecuador has continued taking jabs at WikiLeaks founderJulian Assange after effectively evicting him from its London embassy and allowing for his arrest.
"We cannot allow our house, the house that opened its doors, to become a centre for spying", Moreno said, in an apparent reference to the leaked pictures.
Assange had been in the embassy since 2012, where tensions rose with staff as he was accused of poor hygiene and of riding a skateboard and kicking a ball to entertain himself.
Meanwhile, as journalists and commentators joke about his plight, Assange is languishing in the UK's notorious maximum Belmarsh Prison where he awaits a United States extradition hearing for the crime of committing real journalism.
Video footage shows WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange skateboarding in London'sEcuadorian embassy.
"We call on the British government not to extradite Julian Assange to the USA".
While Assange awaits the very likely possibility of extradition to the United States and prosecution for reporting on the sins of the world's most powerful, mainstream media "journalists" are doing humanity another great service - by posting irrelevant videos and pictures taken inside the embassy in an effort to assist Quito in its smearing efforts.
In an interview with The Guardian, Moreno said Assange's actions "violate asylum conditions" and the country's decision to evict him was "not abitrary but based on global law".
Ecuador's Maria Paula Romo told reporters after Assange's arrest on Thursday that he had been "allowed to do things like put feces on the walls of the embassy and other behaviors of that nature".
Just hours later, the U.S. Justice Department released documents saying Assange had been charged with "conspiracy to commit computer intrusion", and were requesting his extradition to the country.
"Ecuador has made these allegations to justify the unlawful and extraordinary act of letting police come inside an embassy", Robinson told the UK's Sky News.
Moreno's move against Assange has proved controversial in Ecuador.
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