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Randolph is now threatening to boil over in a world capital.
And folks in Washington say they are very interested in what happens next because it involves the WikiLeaks website founder Julian Assange.
Check -- the scene at the Ecuadorian embassy in London crowds of demonstrators showing up in support of the man.
Well yeah and elevates supporters clearly mixing it up and police there Julian Assange is accused of publishing secret US military documents on his website.
He's been holed up at that embassy since June today we learned Ecuador -- offered him political asylum.
But good luck getting him there British officials say there is no way he's leaving their country.
They say they plan to extradited to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual assault case.
Not such a big issue but that is saw his his supporters have said.
They're concerned Sweden might hit him over the United States where he could face espionage charges so right now.
And believe it or not British officials have said they might just go into that embassy and yank him out.
The Ecuadorian government has behaved disgraceful in this -- -- and so has missed fast songs.
But I do not believe that the British government house the legal basis for entering the Ecuadorian embassy.
But eleventh mr.
rap song slaves he will be arrested and he will.
Now we're hearing mr.
-- -- -- -- himself is soon going to speak or live in London outside that embassy.
Where British investigators could conceivably.
Snatch him right off the street.
The fox -- chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt is in our newsroom tonight if this does happen Jonathan I guess it'll be his first appearance in public in months.
Yet we haven't seen him in public since he went into the Ecuadorian embassy almost exactly two months ago -- so this would be.
An extraordinary appearance if Julian Assange decides to make it now the question -- if he steps outside even one step outside of that embassy.
Does he lose the ability to be shielded from the British police if he is on the top step for instance of that embassy.
Will they move in and arrest him now it may well be that Julian Assange once this is a final sort of publicity stunt.
Before is -- away and send off to Sweden that might be his style on the other -- it might be very risky if he doesn't actually want to be arrested.
And there is always the chance of -- is advisors will tell him.
Before on 9 AM eastern time on Sunday when he's you to do this but it's really not a very good idea -- what what's the word on whether British authorities might actually go in there and get it.
At the moment it seems unlikely that they will do it at least in the short term because of cost.
Time is on that side -- you take a live look at the Ecuadoran embassy in London right now Julian Assange is stuck inside that he can't come back.
Because he will be arrested so they can just wait it out if they like.
-- also as well as having time on this side according to the British foreign secretary.
The brits have the more on this site if they did you want to go in lesson.
The hall bring home alleged criminals.
Or for strafing the -- -- legal process and country in the whose state is not take them it's a function.
All diplomats under the Vienna Convention.
And so the difficulty -- -- Laura's only Ecuadoran.
Side we've explained the full legal context it could go on for a long time.
It could indeed go on for a long time in the meantime we told -- it's always his sleeping on an am mattress.
Eating nothing but British delivery food many people would say that is punishment enough -- that Jonathan Hunt in our newsroom Johnson thanks very much quality news.
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