So Bryan had applied for asylum some weeks back and today was denied. I think it’s obvious why – an absurd story about mind controlling supercomputers from an American who is comparatively wealthy. He needs a trip to the psych ward and pyschotropic medication, not asylum.
In the weeks prior to today’s meeting, Bryan said “fuck it” (more or less) and made several failed attempts to book tickets out to China. He wasn’t successful – technical errors kept him from booking the ticket (which are the CIA’s fault, obviously). Lacking any creativity (you know, like trying another website or asking a friend to book it as a last resort) he was forced to stay put and go through his asylum interview.
He moaned about not being provided an English-speaking translator (though he claimed someone was there who could, but it’s not clear why he wasn’t able to help him) and said “THIS IS ILLEGAL!”. Now he’s seeking legal counsel so he can take the Ecuadoraean government to court.
This is all despite him having previously said the government is corrupt and part of the mind control. So I’m not sure what the point is on even pursuing the asylum request, let alone trying to use the legal system to force their hand.