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Why Ecuador Had Finally Had Enough Of 'Spoiled Brat' Julian Assange

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Why Ecuador Had Finally Had Enough Of  'Spoiled Brat' Julian Assange

Why Ecuador Had Finally Had Enough Of 'Spoiled Brat' Julian Assange

After living in the sanctuary of the Ecuadorean embassy in London for more than seven years, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dramatically arrested and carried out of the building on Thursday.

According to Business Insider, Ecuador's foreign minister said the arrest was engineered by British and Ecuadorean authorities to stop Assange from accessing a panic button he'd mentioned in the past.

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Why Ecuador Had Finally Had Enough Of 'Spoiled Brat' Julian Assange

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