The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange secretly born two children, while he lived in isolation in territory of Embassy of Ecuador in London. About this in an interview with the Mail on Sunday April 11, told his bride Stella Morris.
It is part of a team of lawyers Assange. A native of South Africa, Morris first met with Assange in 2011. According to her, relations between them began in 2015, and two years later they got engaged.
During this time, Assange and Morris were born two sons, Gabriel and Max in 2017 to 2019. Both of these events managed to hide from the staff of the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where all these years is the founder of WikiLeaks.
The publication writes that the members of the editorial Board have seen data on children Assange and Morris in the court documents that are part of the case to extradite Assange to the United States.
Morris said that he had resolved told about this, fearing the spread of the coronavirus among prisoners of prison “Belmarsh”, where the 48-year-old Assange. She stressed that the British prison is now recorded flash COVID-19.
Recently Assange has filed a petition to release him on bail for health reasons. According to Morris, he will not survive if you become infected in prison coronavirus infection.
The lawyer also said that Assange was watching a video for the birth of both their sons, and then she and her children often visited him at the Embassy.
According to her, three year old Gabriel and one year old Max to communicate with her father via video link.
Morris also suggested that us intelligence agencies knew about the birth of children from Assange and allegedly even tried to steal a used diaper of one of them to figure it out.
Australian journalist Julian Assange founded WikiLeaks in 2006. This site has published numerous secret documents and diplomatic correspondence.
In 2012, Assange fleeing from extradition to the US, took refuge in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where he spent the next seven years, until April 2019 Ecuador turn him over to the British authorities.
Currently, Assange stays in jail “Belmarsh” pending a hearing on extradition to the U.S. where he was charged with 18 counts, including conspiracy to hacking into government computer systems and violation of the espionage act.
In February in London started hearing about Assange’s extradition in the USA.