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Ecuador Might Be Getting Sick of Hosting Julian Assange. Can You Blame Them?

You know the old saying: Guests, like fish, start to smell after about four years. It’s starting to look as if the government of Ecuador is starting to tire, after four years, of hosting Wikileaks founder Julian Assange at its embassy in London. Wikileaks says that the embassy cut off Assange’s access to the Internet over the weekend, forcing the group to switch to a contingency plan to continue releasing documents, including a more sets of hacked emails from Hillary Clinton advisor John Podesta on Monday and Tuesday.
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