WikiLeaks editor Kristinn Hrafnsson and Julian Assange's lawyer Jennifer Robinson. (Associated Press/Alastair Grant)

A bearded (and quite pale) Julian Assange was dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy on Thursday, which the UK Home Office says came "in relation to a provisional extradition request" from the United States. The Department of Justice has charged him with "conspiracy to commit computer intrusion" with then-Army Intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning.

So what now?

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Julian Assange was hauled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy on Thursday looking like he's about to be extradited to the United States on computer hacking charges and/or begin filming the pilot episode of a new interview show on Netflix.

London police were invited into the embassy at Ecuador's request — Assange finally pissed them off enough — and the cops subsequently hauled out Old Man WikiLeaks and threw him into a waiting police van.

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The Ecuadorean embassy in London has sent Julian Assange a memo instructing him to clean his freaking bathroom and take better care of his cat.

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange reportedly tried to obtain a Russian visa in 2010, according to the Associated Press.

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