While Sweden has since dropped its rape case against Assange, British authorities have said they will still arrest him as soon as he steps out of the embassy because he defied the orders of a United Kingdom judge and fled extradition, thus violating his bail conditions.
Assange will face arrest if he steps out, as a Metropolitan Police arrest warrant is still in force after Assange absconded after his release on bail in 2010.
Assange has been a resident of the Embassy building for the past six years, claiming asylum in a bid to avoid extradition to Sweden where he was facing accusations of sexual assault; claims he steadfastly denied.
Assange hasn't left the embassy since August 2012, fearing if he steps off Ecuador's diplomatic soil he will be arrested and extradited to the US for publishing thousands of classified military and diplomatic cables through WikiLeaks.
Supporters of WikiLeaks and Assange rapidly called for an increased presence at the Ecuadorian Embassy, located at Number 3, Hans Crescent in London. They also say that British police are now assembling outside the embassy.
The website in question also linked to emails and phone screen captures tying Moreno to the corruption scandal.
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They got to loose balls, deflected passes, hauled in rebounds and got out in transition. The battle between these two was worth the price of admission alone.
President Lenin Moreno of Ecuador told radio stations on Tuesday that Assange has "repeatedly violated" the terms of his asylum in its embassy, where he has lived for almost seven years.
The documents are known as the "INA Papers" that links Moreno and the Chinese company Sinohydro that built the Coca Codo Sinclair hydroelectric dam, which, according to the lawmaker, deposited US$18 million in the offshore company Recorsa.
"He perceives, and he's right, the Americans have an extradition going on. and so if he is evicted from the embassy, he'll be taken in the hands of the British police to await an extradition by America".
But supporters of Mr Assange were gathering in numbers outside the embassy on Friday, at one stage a van was parked alongside them with placards that said "Free Speech" and featured images of Mr Assange and convicted classified document leaker Chelsea Manning.
Another UN rights expert, Nils Melzer, meanwhile voiced alarm Friday at reports that Ecuador was preparing to expel Assange from its embassy, and said he planned to investigate the case.