Julian Assange turned London's Ecuadorian Embassy into command center, explosive documents reveal 

Mail Online | 7/14/2016 | Stephanie Haney For Dailymail.com
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Extensive surveillance reports and security logs reveal how Julian Assange was able to operate WikiLeaks potentially with Russian assistance from within the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, in the months leading up to the 2016 US Presidential election.

Reports compiled by UC Global, a private Spanish security company which was hired by the Ecuadorian government, and obtained by CNN reveal how Assange may have obtained hacked materials from Russian operatives through couriers delivering them directly to him at the embassy.

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This possibility was raised by FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

The documents along with Ecuadorian Embassy security logs, authenticated by an Ecuadorian intelligence official, detail questionably timed meetings between Assange and Russian officials close in proximity to explosive WikiLeaks document dumps.

Documents - Hardware - Access - Upgrades - Assange

The documents also detail hardware and internet access upgrades afforded Assange by the Ecuadorian government ahead of the leaked emails from the Democratic National Convention and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

WikiLeaks and Assange have consistently reiterated that source of the aforementioned leaks 'is not the Russian government and it is not a state party,' in addition to Assange denying that he works for the Kremlin.

Assange - Year - Prison - Bail - London

Assange, who is currently serving one year in a British prison for skipping bail in London, now awaits a lengthy battle over extradition to the US on charges related to procuring leaked documents from then-US Army intelligence officer Chelsea Manning in 2010.

Before he was yanked from the Embassy in April by British police, Assange had managed to develop a system of special privileges there that gave him authority to designate people who could enter without being searched.

Authority - People - Names - Visitors - Log

He also had the authority to remove people's names from the visitors' log, the surveillance reports show.

In June of 2016, visitor logs showed that Assange met with...
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