WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange who is residing at Ecuador's Embassy in London. Has been told he must comply with a British police summons to leave the embassy. As part of his extradition process. Where he will be questioned in Sweden, about sex-crime allegations.
He now risks being arrested the moment he steps outside the red-brick building after breaching bail terms. Supporters of Assange left posters and messages of support for him outside . He denies any wrongdoing in Sweden and says he fears that if extradited there, he could be sent on to the United States, where he could face criminal charges punishable by death.
The BBC reported that the extradition unit delivered a note to both Assange and the Ecuador embassy. By diplomatic convention, police cannot enter the embassy without authorisation from Ecuador. The embassy have declined to comment
Written and presented by Ann Salter.