Assange Attempts To Go Legal Against Spanish Spy Company

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Spain’s High Court is investigating the director of  Under Cover Global S. L. and the actions of his company, which had been hired to protect the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

 The protection was during the long stay there of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Allegedly David Morales, the owner of the company, supposedly handed over audio and video to the CIA .
Morales allegedly is being investigated for this activity by Spain’s High Court, the Audiencia Nacional for filming and recording meetings Assange held with his lawyers.
The judicial investigation into the director of the company  Under Cover Global SL was ordered by judge José de la Mata after published videos, audios and reports hit the Spanish press that show how the company spied on the meetings that Assange held in the Embassy.
 The investigation is the consequence of a criminal complaint filed by Assange himself, in which he accuses Morales and the company of the so-called offences.
Those allegations involve invasion of his privacy and the secrecy of his client-lawyer privileges, as well as misappropriation, bribery and money laundering.
Morales allegedly stated both verbally and in writing to a number of his employees that he was hired by the Ecuadorian President, he also claimed he worked for USA spies” to whom he allegedly sent documents, videos and audios of the meetings that Assange held in the embassy.
 “We are playing in another league. This is the first division,” he allegedly told his closest colleagues after attending a security fair in  Las Vegas where he apparently made his first American counter spies.
The Investigation continues.


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