The WikiLeaks website founder was arrested by the British police at the Ecuadorian embassy
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
Julian Assange, the founder of the WikiLeaks website, was arrested by the British police on Tuesday at the embassy of Ecuador, where British police officials were invited to the embassy. According to Reuters, and on the bases of Pasbanan report, Assange has been in the asylum at the embassy since 2012. “The founder of the WikiLeaks website was arrested when the Ecuadorian embassy had invited British police officials to leave the embassy for excommunication,” Reuters wrote.
In 2012, Julius Assange sought a refugee at the Italian Embassy, who was scheduled to be sued in Sweden for sexual harassment. In addition, Assange, by creating the WikiLeaks website, published dozens of secret and corruption cases in the countries of the world, a case that sought him more than any other case.