Originally Posted by buddyholly
It is only the Ecuadorans who have claimed that Britain has threatened to storm the embassy and ''savagely beat'' the people inside. And of course they haven't, but a lot of people seem to want to believe this.
I read the conditions that Ecuador agreed to, and Britain has the right to revoke the status of the embassy, in the event that the building is used for other than consular business. It is not something made for Ecuador, it is normal procedure. If the embassy status was revoked, then it would not be extradition.
BREAKING NEWS: Brits just released a statement that they are committed to a negotiated settlement. How disappointing for the rabble.
Your beloved USA won't get him. Aww.