Catch him if you can. WikiLeaks founder Juilian Assange was delivered an extradition notice by London police Thursday, who demanded Assange present himself at the station “at a time of our choosing.” The note was delivered to Ecuador’s London Embassy, where Assange is currently living. Assange faces being sent back to Sweden, where he is accused of rape and assault. Under international diplomacy rules, Assange cannot be arrested while living at the foreign embassy. Ecuador is currently considering Assange’s application for asylum.