Swedish Chief Prosecutor Ingrid Isgren has arrived at Ecuador's London embassy to question WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange, following a prolonged deadlock in an alleged rape case opened in Sweden more than six years ago.
It would be very helpful if Julian Assange could perhaps give some indication, without revealing his sources, how he got hold of the Clinton email information, human rights activist Peter Tatchell told RT.
The US establishment is panicking over the release of Clinton’s emails while Ecuador is afraid its UK embassy may lose internet access, said Robert Steele, CEO of Earth Intelligence Network, on Ecuador’s decision to cut Julian Assange’s web access.
It is unlikely that Ecuador, supporting whistleblower Julian Assange, deprived him from the opportunity to use internet, says Peter Van Buren, former officer, US State Department's Foreign Service. The countries like the US have much more reasons for that, he added.
Through its publishing activities WikiLeaks allowed people to get recompense for violations of their rights, said Julian Assange’s attorney Melinda Taylor. It had a fundamental impact on people’s right to know what is happening in the world, she added.