On Friday, WikiLeaks revealed that two government sources said Assange’s expulsion would be in a matter of “hours or days” leading to a public backlash against the government and the intervention of two UN Special Rapporteurs.
In response to the report from WikiLeaks, Ecuador’s ministry of Foreign Affairs released a menacing statement saying that the revocation of asylum is a “sovereign act” but that his expulsion is not “imminent.” They declined to define what was meant by “imminent.”
Since that time protesters of every political stripe have held rallies in support of Julian Assange outside of the embassy in London.
Source: Jim Hoft
The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks is in London covering events outside the Ecuadorian Embassy. On Monday night Cassandra spotted an undercover police vehicle staked out outside of the embassy.
On Tuesday Cassandra reported that the same car is sitting outside of the embassy spying on the activities.
Cassandra approached the vehicle on Tuesday late night and confronted the officers.
She confronted the police for the third time.
Cassandra Fairbanks: How come you guys are watching him but you don’t want to be watched yourself? Why do the watchers not want to be watched?
They covered their faces.