April 16, 2024

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Julian Assange has not yet been extradited to the US

Julian Assange has not yet been extradited to the US

There have been calls for Julian Assange's release for years

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Britain's High Court has postponed a ruling on the long-running case of Julian Assange's extradition to the United States. Assange will not be extradited until the court makes a decision.

According to the judge, it is unclear what will happen to the whistleblower in the US and whether he will receive a fair trial. Assange will not be extradited unless that country guarantees his treatment. In America he is suspected of espionage.

The judges gave Americans three weeks to guarantee, among other things, that Assange is entitled to the First Amendment to the US Constitution, which covers freedom of expression. The court also wants to know whether Assange can get the death penalty.

If these guarantees are not provided, the court will allow Assange to appeal against his deportation, the ruling said.

It didn't stop there. In collaboration with the international media, WikiLeaks released the contents of hundreds of thousands of classified communications from US diplomatic missions around the world.

His wife Stella Assange has become the face of the campaign to free him. He receives support from various human rights organizations.

Newsur previously produced this video about the endgame surrounding Julian Assange: