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The final hearing on Assange's extradition has ended: a decision is expected in the next few days

The final hearing on Assange's extradition has ended: a decision is expected in the next few days

Julian Assange's future remains to be seen. The final appeal hearing, which will determine whether or not the WikiLeaks founder should be extradited to the US, concluded on Wednesday, where he will stand trial on charges of publishing secret documents on US military activities which could cost him up to £175. evening. […]

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We still have to wait and see the future Julian Assange. The final hearing of the appeal will determine whether he is found guilty Wikileaks it will be Hand it over Or less in United StateWhere it will be prepared for publication Confidential documents About US military activities that could cost them up to 175 years in prison. But the decision of the judges, who did not provide any indication on this matter, will not arrive until a few days later, after in-depth consideration of the arguments presented by both parties.

Until today, the activist has been imprisoned since 2019 Belmarsha LondonHe did not appear in court, after his lawyers announced that his health conditions were also not ideal due to his five-year imprisonment in a maximum security prison. The seizure was then confirmed by WikiLeaks on the Organization It is again referred to as “Political prisoner“Julian Assange – We read in the post that presents today as a kind of “Today” The message continues that Assange “risks a 175-year prison sentence if he is extradited to the United States because he published” embarrassing documents stolen from the American archives.

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Lawyers James Lewis H Claire Dubin US representatives continue to maintain that his extradition is necessary because the disclosure of the documents has put national security and “lives” at risk. In particular, Dobbin emphasized that the Australian journalist's extradition request was motivated by his alleged actions and not by his political ideas. He added that some of the sources mentioned in the public documents had to confront “Profound consequences“, including arrest, loss of property, threats and harassment. “This was not a misstep or a mistake, but rather the publication of a large amount of classified material,” Dubin said at the hearing. In written statements, lawyers described the leak as “one of the largest publications of classified information.” In the history of the United States.” Furthermore, “the publication of this information on WikiLeaks “created a serious risk to Assange that the aforementioned sources would be subjected to serious physical harm.” Dubin then pointed out that “it is clear that the American administration changed during these proceedings, but nevertheless the charge against the appellant remains.” “Because it is based on law and evidence, not politics.”