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-- -- boss that Julian Assange should find out tomorrow if he's getting asylum in Ecuador but it's much more complicated.
At any rate that's the word from officials in the south American country who -- They also say Britain threatened to raid Ecuador's London embassy if it doesn't hand over the former hacker.
Ecuador's foreign minister saying we are not a British colony.
Julian -- Saunders has been hold ups or holed up in 6 June in that embassy where British police cannot touch him.
He's trying to avoid extradition to Sweden where he faces sexual assault charges now.
Julian Assange says the charges are just a political smear.
As he puts it for the leaking of hundreds of thousands of secret US documents on his whistle blowing website.
But even if -- Saunders does get a silent just getting out of that embassy will be an enormous trick.
He'll have to make it from the embassy to an airplane somehow without the cops stop again.
The Fox -- chief correspondent she seemed to be approaching the final hours of.
What may be a bluster only showed -- it's going to be interesting -- 8 AME -- tomorrow is when we're told we will get the decision.
All of the Ecuadorian president on whether or not he is going to -- asylum in the meantime we getting a war of woods.
The Ecuadorean officials saying that they have been threatened that the British police of threatening in that woods to break down the door of that embassy saying they have a legal rights to arrest a song -- wind and it.
The Ecuadorean officials say that would be a breach of international -- But the foreign office spokeswoman we spoke to today sent -- this email.
Statement which included -- through at this process.
We have drawn the Ecuadorian his attention to relevant provisions of our -- Whether for example the extensive human rights safeguards in our extradition procedures.
Or to the legal status of diplomatic premises in the UK it would certainly be extraordinary if the British authorities when -- They did not do that even back in 1918.
When a young police officer a woman called Yvonne Fletcher was shot dead by -- government.
Fired from with the in -- Libyan embassy even in those circumstances.
The British police did not end to that -- so this will be amazing if they did so the storm.
It really would and that if this sounds as if this is about one thing you know.
About this Ecuadorean leader who hates the United States it's not this administration it was during the last administration in the -- before that the one before that.
Yet that he -- -- hate the US yet this is a bag sticking a thumb in the eye of the US if he gets a chance this softer old Rafael -- we're talking -- -- Is a president who within days of taking office back in January.
In the 2007.
Said that he would no longer allowed the US to run drug interdiction operations out of Ecuador's man to add base that was a very important drug interdiction.
Headquarters for the United States.
I travel down to Quito Ecuador and told to him.
Just stop to that and he said that he very -- cast that he said he loved your president George Bush's foreign policies because they were leading directly to the election.
All of leftist presidents like came.
In that Latin America anyway we'll find out in about twelve hours time.
Whether he is going to stick that thumb in the -- the United States no doubt he will do -- -- left and if he does.
Jonathan thank you.
There's a good.
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