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Address144-146 King's Cross Road
First Floor
London WC1X 9DU
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (020) 7451.0040
international: +44.20.7451.0040
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Phillip Fox-Denham
Tue, 6 Dec 2016 15:13 EST
Information Request
Dear Sir/Madam

RE: Julian Assange

Can I please request information as to the safety and current whereabouts of Mr Julian Assange.


Due to the media absence surrounding Mr Assange, you will no doubt be aware of the concern by many thousands of people, who are asking for proof-of-life, other than what has been released on Youtube.

Most, if not all, of these Youtube videos are questionable, easily edited and prove nothing of value. Mr Assange’s safety and well being is obviously important to many, many people. I am sure you will understand the gravity of this situation as it stands and the importance of this request.

I look forward to your reply.
Annette C Chapman / whistle blower SEC USA/1545-04
Thu, 1 Dec 2016 13:20 EST
WHERE IS JULIAN ???
I have concerns about the where about of Julian Assange. The entire world is concerned about his safety and well being. The world is requesting public confirmation that Julian Assange is safe and well. On behalf of the people of the world; we are requesting a public appearance be made in good faith. Unless it be such that Julian Assange is incapacitated " As if an Infant;" In which conformation of this is also a request made in good faith by we the people of the world.
Wendy
Tue, 29 Nov 2016 11:57 EST
Where is Mr. Assange?
I'm trying to send you an email but it doesn't allow me, I'm checking your website and it is not active. What is going on? People of the Ecuador Embassy you HAVE TO say something about Mr. Assange missing. It has been a month, we the people deserve to know where is him. Please say something! We are afraid that Mr. Assange is hurt or kill. SOMETIMES WE HAVE TO CONFRONT EVIL NO MATTER WHAT.
Liisa
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 11:12 EST
Status of Julian Assange
I would like to thank you for your support of Julian Assange and his fight for freedom. You have no idea how much the American people appreciate all you have done to protect the right to free speech and the truth.I am eternally grateful for the sacrifices that your embassy has made in regards to the protection of Julian Assange. Please know that your efforts are noted and appreciated by the Americans. I would like, if I may, to ask about Julian's safety and to ask if he is, indeed, alive. If he is safe, may I ask when his internet connection may be enabled. This may seem presumptuous, and I know you are doing what you are able to keep him safe. I am asking with a spirit of graciousness as to his safety and security.
Thank you again for your continued efforts with the Assange matter. I am requesting this with much thanks and continued support of your endeavors.
Dave Merrick
Fri, 11 Nov 2016 02:52 EST
THANK YOU ECUADOR!
God BLESS you, Ecuador, for your WELL CONSIDERED and RIGHTEOUS stand in defending, before a watching world, the inalienable, GOD-GIVEN RIGHT of Mr. Assange's LIBERTY. America once undisputedly owned the title for championing that cause. We have in recent years relinquished that high calling, beneath the weight of the most egregiously petty political intimidation. Indeed, had it not been for Julian's exposition of Hillary Clinton's dark works, we might have had some faint semblance of excuse for allowing Ms. Clinton to fully realize her selfish goal. Sincere Americans owe Assange - and now Ecuador - a debt of GRATITUDE which we shall never be able to repay. God BLESS you and all that is in your concern, for the BRAVE AND NOBLE DECISION, COMMITMENT AND EXAMPLE you have shown us all in simply doing what is right. GOD IS SURELY SMILING UPON YOU.
CDB
Thu, 10 Nov 2016 15:24 EST
Julian Assange internet
I would first like to express my deep gratitude and admiration for the Ecuadorian government because of the asylum extended to Julian Assange and his protection at your embassy in London.

I respect your decision to sever Mr. Assange's internet temporarily. It is my hope, however, that the temporary denial of internet access for Mr. Assange is coming to an end. There are many world wide concerned for his health and well being because of the absence of internet communication from Mr. Assange.

I thank you in advance for your attention to this request and your generous consideration to restore Mr. Asange's internet.

Thank you.
Rosemary Collins
Wed, 9 Nov 2016 08:01 EST
Godbless Ecuador!
Thank you for giving refuge to an innocent decent and honest man who only seeked Justice and peace for the world! - Thank you Ecuador Embassy!
Jenny
Thu, 3 Nov 2016 22:46 EDT
Send gifts to Julian Assange
I wish to send Julian Assange an handmade soap I make myself, for christmas. My question is if he will get it or is there any rules on what is allowed to send to him?
My soaps I make is all organic and no chemicles or harm ingrediences.

Kind regards
johnlbe9@hotmail.com
Sun, 30 Oct 2016 08:55 EDT
THANK YOU
The world owes the Ecuadorian Embassy enormous gratitude for assisting Julian Assange. In helping Julian you have put Ecuador on the world stage of justice at a time where corruption has become the norm. Again thank you.

john brims [Australia]
dave
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 23:30 EDT
if assange is dead
it's time

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