Wikileaks has claimed that it's uncovered a “spying operation” against Julian Assange that has used video cameras to record his “every move” inside the the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Editor-in-Chief of Wikileaks Kristinn Hrafnsson said at a press conference early Wednesday that the group learned about a document circulating in Spain which contained thousands of photos and videos of Assange inside the embassy. “The new and unexpected thing that has come to light in the past few days is that Wikileaks uncovered an extensive spying operation against Julian Assange within the Ecuadorian embassy,” said Hrafnsson. He claimed unnamed Spanish nationals threatened to publish the images unless Wikileaks handed over three million Euros—but Spanish police set up a “sting operation” in Madrid last week against the alleged suspects and have now opened up an an “serious extortion” investigation, he said. Hrafnsson also claimed that the documents were “quite likely” shared with the Trump administration with an aim to having him extradited to the United States.
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