Ecuadorian authorities shut off Internet access to the founder of the WikiLeaks website Julian Assange, who for the fifth year living in the Embassy of that country in the UK. “We can confirm that Ecuador has disabled access to Assange in the Internet on Saturday,” – said in Twitter WikiLeaks. It is noted that Assange was deprived of Internet after the publication of the speeches of the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton the Corporation of Goldman Sachs.

On Monday, WikiLeaks reported that unknown persons broke the access to the Internet to Assange. No details on whether disconnected from the Network computer or all Assange Ecuadorian Embassy, has not been presented. It is unknown whether restored Internet access to Australian now.

We will remind, in June 2012 Assange sought refuge in Ecuador’s Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden where he is suspected of crimes of a sexual nature. The WikiLeaks founder denies all the charges, calling them politically motivated. Assange fears that Sweden may extradite him to the USA, where the Australian is threatened by punishment up to death penalty for publishing classified documents of the state Department.

On the eve of Internet users immediately tied off Assange from the Internet with the elections in the United States. In early October, the founder of Wikileaks promised to regularly publish secret documents about the elections and dirt on presidential candidates.

In particular, two weeks ago, the WikiLeaks website published excerpts of private performances, Hillary Clinton, during meetings with representatives of large banks in the U.S., for which she received $ 26 million. The speeches Clinton refused to publish.

It also became known that the portal WikiLeaks has published the tenth part of the correspondence of the head of election campaign of the candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton John Podestà. This was reported in Twitter of the organization.

WikiLeaks confirmed that Ecuador has deprived Assange of Internet access 18.10.2016

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