Hours after the Ecuadorian government accused the U.K. government of threatening a raid to nab Wikileaks editor Julian Assange, police vans show up at the embassy and police enter the outer lobby.
WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange will reportedly receive asylum from the Ecuadorean government, according to a U.K. newspaper. But the country's president takes to Twitter to say no decision has been made.
The public face of WikiLeaks will use the proceeds from a book about his life to bolster his legal defense fund and keep his whistleblower site afloat.
Embassy-bound activist blames U.S. government for ongoing "persecution" of WikiLeaks, saying he's hopeful that President Obama will curb an ongoing criminal investigation.
WikiLeaks' now-famous spokesman emerges from Wandsworth Prison and tells crowd of journalists and supporters that he hopes to "continue" his work.