A supporter of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange maintains a presence outside the Ecuador embassy in London, as he continues his refuge there, Monday, Aug. 20, 2012. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange portrayed himself Sunday as a victim of an American "witch hunt" over his secret-spilling website in a defiant address from the balcony of the embassy where he is holed up to avoid extradition to face sex assault allegations. Surrounded by British police who want to detain him, Assange made no mention of the sex assault case in Sweden or how long he would remain in Ecuador's embassy in London, where he took refuge two months ago. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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A supporter of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange maintains a presence outside the Ecuador embassy in London, as he continues his refuge there, Monday, Aug. 20, 2012.  Wikileaks founder Julian Assange portrayed himself Sunday as a victim of an American "witch hunt" over his secret-spilling website in a defiant address from the balcony of the embassy where he is holed up to avoid extradition to face sex assault allegations.  Surrounded by British police who want to detain him, Assange made no mention of the sex assault case in Sweden or how long he would remain in Ecuador's embassy in London, where he took refuge two months ago.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
A supporter of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange maintains a presence outside the Ecuador embassy in London, as he continues his refuge there, Monday, Aug. 20, 2012. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange portrayed himself Sunday as a victim of an American "witch hunt" over his secret-spilling website in a defiant address from the balcony of the embassy where he is holed up to avoid extradition to face sex assault allegations. Surrounded by British police who want to detain him, Assange made no mention of the sex assault case in Sweden or how long he would remain in Ecuador's embassy in London, where he took refuge two months ago. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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