I said it did not threaten to storm the Ecuadoran Embassy.
Who? The UK?
Well they quite clearly did:
“Under British law we can give them a week’s notice before entering the premises and the embassy will no longer have diplomatic protection,” a Foreign Office spokesman said.
“But that decision has not yet been taken. We are not going to do this overnight. We want to stress that we want a diplomatically agreeable solution.”
Add to this the letter that the UK also sent to the Ecuador embassy.
loling at all the naive idiots applauding Correa's human rights record.
Lolling at you thinking that giving evidence for Ecuador in this one instant means that everyone thinks Ecuador automatically have an immaculate humans right records.
It's pretty clear that Ecuador have an appalling humans rights record and I wouldn't be surprised if they don't give a crap about Assange and are just doing this to piss of the US.
And as for Sweden not making a deal with Assange by promising not to extradite him, that's simple. He is the culprit here and he will never tell our government what to do.
So you're telling me prosecutors can go to Serbia to interview a potential murder suspect yet can't do the same for someone whose charges were intially dropped against him?
It'll be interesting to see how the situation develops.[/QUOTE]
Assange's Wikileak's may have led to the deaths of many people.
Evidence of this please?
Also do you agree that the wrongdoings of government should be revealed?