Late at night, Mr. Garzón is summoned to the airport to meet the Ecuadorean Minister of Foreign Affairs: Ricardo Patiño.
After a long drive of 4 hours, Mr. Garzón finally arrives at the International Airport Mariscal Sucre.
The documentary 'Hacking Justice' tells several years of the life of the creator of WikiLeaks, Mr. Julian Assange,- from the moment he seeks political asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London and hires Baltasar Garzón to lead the procedural team that will develop the international strategy to avoid deportation to the US.
The producer of 'Hacking Justice' Mr. Juan Úbeda once expressed: "We will never be able to solve who Assange is, it is too complex, but it is clear that he is trapped in a Kafka system."
'Hacking Justice' premieres today ( 20th May 2017 ) and will also be broadcasted on Monday May 29 on The History television channel, available on numerous payment platforms.
The documentary has now become even more interesting to watch from a legal point of view, the latest development taken into consideration concerning the statement of 19th May by the Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny, as Sweden has now dropped the "case" against Mr. Julian Assange.