Revealed: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s bizarre escape plan made public

London, Sept 3: Julian Assange who has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy since 2012 wanted to leave the premise with the help of a fancy dress.

According to documents, it has been revealed that officials in the Ecuadorian embassy officials weaved bizarre plan to allow him to leave the building without being noticed by the waiting Scotland Yard police officers.

Assange’s bizarre escape plan revealed

Julian Paul Assange is an Australian computer programmer, publisher and journalist who co-founded WikiLeaks in 2006.

According to reports, he was likely to be dressed up in a disguise so that he could walk out of the building without even being noticed by police officers.

A sudden dash into the nearly Harrods department store just a few yards away from the embassy was also an option.

Britain lodged a formal protest to Ecuador over the country's decision to harbour Assange by giving him asylum in their embassy in London.
The protest came after Swedish prosecutors last month dropped a sexual assault probe against Assange since the time limit on the case has expired.

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Two women made allegations against Assange in 2010 in Stockholm, but no charges have been brought because the prosecutor has been unable to interrogate him after he challenged an extradition order and claimed political asylum in Ecuador's embassy in London in June 2012.

Britain has spent £12 million since 2012 policing out the Ecuador embassy to nab Assange is he steps out.

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