Julian Assange's attorney, Baltazar Garzón, speaks during a joint news conference with the mother of the WikiLeaks founder, Christine Assange, in Quito, Ecuador, Friday, Aug. 3, 2012. Christine Assange is in Ecuador to meet with officials about her son's political asylum request. Ecuadorean officials have said they will not announce a decision until after the London Olympic Games end in mid-August. The 40-year-old Australian has been holed up inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since applying for political asylum on June 19. (AP Photo/Martin Jaramillo))

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Julian Assange's attorney, Baltazar Garzón, speaks during a joint news conference with the mother of the WikiLeaks founder, Christine Assange, in Quito, Ecuador, Friday, Aug. 3, 2012. Christine Assange is in Ecuador to meet with officials about her son's political asylum request. Ecuadorean officials have said they will not announce a decision until after the London Olympic Games end in mid-August. The 40-year-old Australian has been holed up inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since applying for political asylum on June 19. (AP Photo/Martin Jaramillo))
Julian Assange's attorney, Baltazar Garzón, speaks during a joint news conference with the mother of the WikiLeaks founder, Christine Assange, in Quito, Ecuador, Friday, Aug. 3, 2012. Christine Assange is in Ecuador to meet with officials about her son's political asylum request. Ecuadorean officials have said they will not announce a decision until after the London Olympic Games end in mid-August. The 40-year-old Australian has been holed up inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since applying for political asylum on June 19. (AP Photo/Martin Jaramillo))
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