Publicado: Mier, Abril 17, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Hit By 40 Million Cyber-Attacks Since Julian Assange's Arrest: Ecuador

Hit By 40 Million Cyber-Attacks Since Julian Assange's Arrest: Ecuador

British police dragged Julian Assange from the Ecuadorean embassy last Thursday after his asylum was revoked, ending his seven-year stay there and opening the way for his extradition to the United States.

In the unsealed affidavit, prosecutors said Manning also had access to other US government databases, including one relating to the USA military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and a State Department database containing military cables.

"I think the first thing to say is Ecuador has been making some pretty outrageous allegations over the past few days to justify what was an unlawful and extraordinary act in allowing British police to come inside an embassy", Robinson said.

Assange's lawyer, Jennifer Robinson, disputed the claims when she appeared on Sky's Sophy Ridge On Sunday. "Since 2010 we've warned that Julian Assange would face extradition to the USA for his publishing activities with WikiLeaks", Robinson added, "Unfortunately today we've been proven right".

Ecuadorian officials have claimed that Assange's actions deteriorated before his arrest on Thursday, and included putting excrement on walls, leaving soiled laundry in the bathroom, and not properly looking after his cat. 'Not above the law' She added: "He's not above the law".

Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican from SC and a Trump ally, tweeted: 'I'm glad to see the wheels of justice are finally turning when it comes to Julian Assange. "This case is and has always been about his concern about being sent to face American injustice". He faces up to five years in jail.

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Moreno said in a radio interview that, "Assange can not lie or, much less, hack into private accounts or private phones", reported the news website. They assert, instead, the government of Ecuador betrayed the WikiLeaks founder.

The U.S. indictment, originally issued in secret by an Alexandria, Virginia-based grand jury in March 2018, said Assange in March 2010 engaged in a conspiracy to help Manning crack a password for a classified U.S. government network.

Javier Jara, undersecretary of the electronic government department of the telecommunications ministry, said the country had suffered "volumetric attacks" that blocked access to the internet following "threats from those groups linked to Julian Assange".

Footage was also released showing a United States military helicopter attack in Iraq that killed civilians, including two staff members of news agency Reuters.

Two far-left German MPs, Heike Hansel and Sevim Dagdelen of Die Linke, and a Spanish Green member of the European Parliament, Ana Miranda, had been due to meet their "friend" Assange in London's Ecuadoran embassy later on Monday.

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