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jdreyer wrote on May 13, 2019, 14:53:
All that said, if Assange had simply been a better guest, he'd still be in the Embassy:

"We've ended the asylum of this spoiled brat," a visibly flustered President Lenin Moreno said Thursday in a fiery speech explaining his decision to withdraw protection of Assange and hand him over to British police...

Embassy staff complained of him skateboarding at night, playing loud music and walking around in his underwear...

One senior Ecuadorian official described his room as a "sovereign territory within a sovereign territory" that none of the staff at No. 3 Hans Crescent could enter. But the stench from going weeks without a shower, and dental problem born of poor hygiene, was a constant nuisance...

Then there was the issue of Assange's poop, which authorities said he spread across embassy walls...

Sounds preposterous... Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. If they said it in a "just trust us" manner without presenting evidence, it's fishy.

They need to present evidence or bust. The burden of proof is on them.
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