Canadian comedian reads WikiLeaks Assange the news

first_img Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Julian Assange may be without internet access but a Canadian comedian Bobby Mair stepped in to make sure the WikiLeaks founder didn’t miss too much.Mair, who is from Seaforth, Ont. but is now living in London, U.K., set up shop outside of the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Wednesday, with a megaphone and a sign around his neck reading, “Julian Assange’s personal internet service.”He stood on the corner across from the embassy and read Assange pages of news headlines that were trending around the world and gave him advice on new passwords to try to regain access.Keeping Julian Assange up to date @wikileaks pic.twitter.com/Jj8UAcMLZq— Bobby Mair (@BobbyMair) October 19, 2016 Twittercenter_img Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img

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