Deep State CIA Was Spying on Julian Assange 24-7 in Ecuador’s Embassy in London – Spanish Security Company Was Feeding The CIA Audio-Video
A Spanish security company was spying on Julian Assange 24-7 in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London during his time there and feeding the audio-video to the CIA.
UC Global S. L. was hired to protect the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Instead they were spying on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and his attorney and “collaborators” who met with him.
The shadow government is out of control.
It's hard to overstate how scandalous this is: *The US government was spying on Assange and Ecuador's sovereign embassy 24/7, with video and audio!*
They were even spying on the women's bathroom!
The Spanish "security" company was working with the CIA!https://t.co/ePcahDLssI
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) September 27, 2019
The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks visited her friend Julian during his detention in the embassy.
We can only assume this was all filmed and given to the CIA.
During her visit Julian turned up the electronics so they could talk in private which caused a stir with the guards.
Julian Assange later filed a criminal complaint against the security company himself.
El Pais reported:
Undercover Global S. L., the Spanish defense and private security company that was charged with protecting the Ecuadorian embassy in London during the long stay there of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, spied on the cyberactivist for the US intelligence service. That’s according to statements and documents to which EL PAÍS have had access. David Morales, the owner of the company, supposedly handed over audio and video to the CIA of the meetings Assange held with his lawyers and collaborators. Morales is being investigated for this activity by Spain’s High Court, the Audiencia Nacional.
The judicial investigation into the director of UC Global S. L. and the activities of his company were ordered by a judge named José de la Mata, and they began weeks after EL PAÍS published videos, audios and reports that show how the company spied on the meetings that the cyberactivist held in the embassy.
The secret probe is the consequence of a criminal complaint filed by Assange himself, in which he accuses Morales and the company of the alleged offenses involving violations of his privacy and the secrecy of his client-attorney privileges, as well as misappropriation, bribery and money laundering. The director of UC Global S. L. has not responded to calls from this newspaper in order to confirm his version of events.