Julian Assange has no “quick way out” of the Embassy of Ecuador after his November 14 interrogation, according to Ecuadorean prosecutors. The Ecuadorean state attorney was accompanied by a Swedish prosecutor who interviewed the WikiLeaks founder over claims that he sexually assaulted two women in 2010, according to TheGuardian. Ecuador’s prosecutor, Galo Chiriboga said Ecuadorean officials would send the official November 14 transcripts of Assange’s evidence to Swedish authorities “in mid-December,” according to TheGuardian.
“Four years have passed and we are only at this stage, but that is no longer attributable to Ecuador, it is attributable to Swedish prosecutors. I do not think there is a quick way out.”