Skip to comments.VANITY: How can Julian Assange get himself out of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London?
Posted on 08/16/2012 12:06:45 PM PDT by SilvieWaldorfMD
Hot Air Balloon? Crane? Balloon Boy-style saucer/balloon?
“Bullet” you say...
I suggested to Stratfor a hellfire missile after the SOB hacked their emails including mine.
He could be hustled by helicopter to a waiting Ecuadoran aricraft carrier in the Channel or North Sea.
On Google Maps it looks as if it were a two or three bedroom apartment converted into an office/living space for the Ambassador.
It's not like the mansion he was staying in before this - it's quite cramped.
Snake doc: Where have you been?
Supposedly he has lots of incriminating docs and was able to blackmail officials in Ecuador into going along with this.
If that is the case he can likely blackmail them into granting him Citizenship and Diplomat status, at which point this would turn into a very sticky wicket for the Brits.
He’s so light in the loafers he’ll just sashay out on air.
Fulton Surface-to-Air Recovery System
Remember the original Mission Impossible? They had whole head masks made that made one person look exactly like someone else. Get him a “new face” temporarily, dress him up in a suit, give him a briefcase, and let him walk right out.
Why do I already see Matt Damon signed on to star in the movie “Julian” with Sean Penn playing his love interest?
“Have 50 look-alikes enter the embassy. Have them all run out at the same time in different directions.”
That’s called a target rich environment.
Before they do that the should get all the Brits out of Ecuador. Rafael Correa is pretty crazy. I don't doubt for a moment that he would seize the British Embassy and hold the Ambassador and staff. Countries like Venezuela and Argentina would back Ecuador. Britain needs another way to finesse this IMO.
Magic Carpet from his friends in Persia.
Call up Scotty for a “Beam me to Quito”.
Otherwise, the dude is in deep shite.
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