The $4.2 Billion Man: Ecuador’s Betrayal of Julian Assange Reeks of Corruption

Could it be a coincidence that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) handed the Republic of Ecuador a sweet $4.2 billion staff-level financing deal at the end of February, and 50 days later the Ecuadorian embassy invites London police in to arrest Julian Assange and hand him over to the United States? That looks suspicious as hell, doesn’t it? $4.2 Billion Loan Raises Alarming Questions Here’s a timeline of those fifty days: The $4.2 billion IMF deal goes down on February 20th. Later that month, Chelsea Manning receives a subpoena for information her legal counsel says is: “duplicative of evidence already
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