Julian Assange has been arrested, the founder of Wikileaks was granted asylum in the Ecuador embassy for the past 7 years up until today when early this morning Assange was arrested and may now be potentially expedited while facing some very serious charges.
But what changed and why now? Less than one month ago the IMF granted a 4.2B loan to Ecuador as “part of a broader aid package to help support the government's economic reform program.” Did this influence or put political pressure on their newly selected President Moreno to give up Assange? In this video Dan Dicks and Leigh Stuart of Press For Truth cover the latest news regarding the arrest of Assange and what this means for the future of whistleblowers and those who challenge the status quo.
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