Published: Fri, August 10, 2018

Pamela Anderson, Julian Assange 'Romance' Spices Up Wikileaks Probe

Pamela Anderson, Julian Assange 'Romance' Spices Up Wikileaks Probe

Mark Warner (D-VA) and Richard Burr (R-NC) on August 1, was delivered to Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where the Australian native has been holed up after seeking refuge from criminal charges six years ago.

WikiLeaks claimed on Twitter that the letter was delivered via the U.S. embassy in London, although both the embassy and the senate select committee on intelligence declined to comment when contacted by Sky News.

The organisation's Twitter account stated: "WikiLeaks" legal team say they are "considering the offer but testimony must conform to a high ethical standard'".

There was also no immediate confirmation from the Senate committee.

US Senate Permanent Special Committee on Intelligence offered Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, to testify in the case of Russia's possible interference in the US 2016 presidential elections, as the organization reported on Twitter. The letter says the committee requests Assange make himself available for a closed-door interview "at a mutually agreeable time and location".

Moreno told the Spanish newspaper El Pais in an interview in the last week of July that Ecuador was not helping Assange to exercise his rights by prolonging his stay in Ecuador's London embassy, and therefore had to find a way to end the impasse.

Assange was granted political asylum by Ecuador for the goal of avoiding extradition to the U.S., where he is believed to be wanted for leaking government secrets.

Assange believes that would pave the way for extradition to the United States for the publication of a huge cache of US diplomatic and military secrets on the WikiLeaks website. Those allegations have since been dropped but Assange would be arrested by British police, should he leave the embassy, for breaching bail conditions.

She said Assange has been "wrongly accused of so many things," amid the investigation into the 2016 election interference in which Wikileaks reportedly played a role for distributing private emails from the Democratic National Committee that were reportedly hacked and sent to Assange's website.

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