"He left to the grocery store on Sunday and I haven’t seen him since.” Julian Assange has been residing in the Ecuadorian Embassy, London, over 4 years, and certainly hasn't been to any grocery stores - anywhere.
He is liable for arrest and extradition to Sweden, then probably the US should he leave the embassy. He surely would not venture outside the embassy - police would be waiting, most definately.
Julian Assange’s Son Files Missing Persons Report
“I haven’t seen my father for 3 days”, a worried Daniel Assange told press early Wednesday morning.
“They made me wait a full 72 hours before they let me file the missing person report. He left to the grocery store on Sunday and I haven’t seen him since.”
Julian Assange is an Australian computer programmer, publisher and journalist. He is editor-in-chief of the organisation WikiLeaks, which he founded in 2006. The disappearance of Assange follows a long period in which ‘Wikileaks’ actively leaked classified documents and Hillary Clinton emails. Democratic party leaders have called Assange a criminal and threat the United States.
Daniel Assange has already speculated about the disappearance saying, “My father has many powerful enemies. I’m very concerned something awful has happened to him.”
Authorities in Ecuador, where the disappearance is being investigated, are yet to comment on the missing persons case.
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