Ecuador Has 'Temporarily Restricted' Julian Assange's Internet

The Wikileaks founder's host admit that it cut off Assange's internet access at its embassy in London.
0:28 | 10/19/16

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And WikiLeaks by the way the founder they're Julian Assange seen here in London seems to be paying something of a price for his website. Publishing of those emails his hosts their add to Ecuador's embassy in London confirmed. You Dave cut off his Internet access Assange has been at that a missing for more than four years avoiding extradition to Sweden where he faces sex it's sex crimes allegations. The State Department denies allegations that Ecuador was pressured to cut Assange off. And Ecuador says it acted on its own.

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