As Ecuador prepared to announce its decision on granting asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Britain threatened to raid the Ecuadorian embassy in London where Assange has taken refuge for the past two months. Britain told Ecuador that giving Julian Assange asylum would not change a thing and that it might still revoke the diplomatic status of Quito's embassy in London to allow the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder to Sweden, to face questioning over alleged sexual misconduct. We're joined by Michael Ratner, an attorney for Julian Assange and President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights; and by Ben Griffin, an activist with Veterans for Peace U.K., participating in a vigil in support of Assange outside the Ecuadorean embassy in London. "Is this really about the U.S. being the 'hidden hand' behind what the British are doing so they can eventually get a hold of Julian Assange, try him for espionage and put him in a jail?" Ratner asks. "That's what's going on here -- lets not kid ourselves."