On 11 April 2019, Julian Assange was carried by 7 agents from the Ecuadarian Embassy in London. The Ecuadarian Government essentially 'sold' him to the US, and relinquished Julian's assylum status.
He was incarcerated in maximum security, solitary confinement in London's infamous Belmarsh Prison where he languishes still.
Facing non-existent rape charges, Julian was given an extremely harsh maximum sentence of 50 weeks by a clearly biased judge who called Julian 'narcissistic and self-serving'.
He now has a long battle ahead of his opposing US extradition.