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Weekend Reads Julian Assange authorized to seize the British Supreme Court of his extradition

16:00  24 january  2022
16:00  24 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La rédactrice en chef de WikiLeaks, Kristinn Hrafnsson (C), fait une déclaration devant la Haute Cour de Londres le 24 janvier 2022, avec le fondateur de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. © Daniel Leal / AFP The head writer of Wikileaks, Kristinn Hrafnsson (C), made a statement before the High Court of London on January 24, 2022, with the Founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.

Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks was authorized, on Monday, January 24, to ask the Supreme Court to contest a decision authorizing extradition to the United States.

British justice authorized, Monday, January 24, the founder of Wikileaks Julian Assange to ask the Supreme Court of to dispute a decision authorizing his extradition to the United States , who want to judge him for a massive leak documents.

The judges of the High Court clarified in their decision to the final court, the highest jurisdiction of the United Kingdom, to allow or not the Australian 's appeal.

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in December, the High Court had canceled on appeal the decision of a judge who had refused at first instance of Extrader Julian Assange towards the United States. United where it is continued for dissemination, from 2010, more than 700,000 classified documents on US military and diplomatic activities, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan.

continued for espionage, it risks up to 175 years in prison in a case, according to its support, a gravity attack against freedom of the press.

"Our fight continues. We will fight until Julian is free ", said leaving the court, smiling and visibly relieved, his fiancée Stella Moris and mother of his two children.

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"Today is a partial victory" , but "Punishment is maintained" for Assange, detained at Belmarsh prison "for more than 1000 days », lamented the editor of Wikileaks, Kristinn Hrafnsson, evoking " serious violations of human rights ". He denounced US prosecution like "a flagrant terrorist attack against the freedom of the press in the world" .

British justice had initially decided in its favor a year ago, when Judge Vanessa BarAritser opposed the remoditor to the American authorities of Julian Assange, invoking the risk of suicide.

But Washington had won a major victory in December, when the High Court had canceled this decision, believing that the United States had provided assurances that meet the concerns of the judge.

Australian lawyers had then asked to be able to go to the Supreme Court, which the High Court authorized them to make Monday, invoking "a point of law" to clarify concerning the insurance given by the government American on the treatment that would be reserved for him. They now have 14 days to seize this jurisdiction.

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"I am relieved"

The decision was also hailed by dozens of support from Julian Assange, gathered before the Court. "I do not have words to say how much I am relieved" , reacted Sue Barnett, 61, interviewed by AFP, holding in his hands a sign asking his release "now" .

incarcerated in a high security prison near London for two and a half years, Julian Assange had been arrested by the British police in April 2019 after spending seven years in the Embassy of Ecuador in the United Kingdom where he had refugee while he was at liberty on bail.

He feared extradition to the United States, or Sweden where it was prosecuted for rape since abandoned.

His relatives fear for his mental and physical health

during the appeal hearing on the end of October, the United States had sought to reassure treatment that would be reserved for the founder of Wikileaks.

Washington stated that it would not be incarcerated at Florence's High Security ADX Prison (Colorado), nicknamed the "Alcatraz des Rockies" - where are particularly detained with the almost total isolation of Al members -Qaïda - and that he would receive the necessary clinical and psychological care. The Americans also mentioned the possibility that he could ask for his sentence to Australia.

These guarantees had convinced British judges, but not the relatives of Julian Assange who fear for his mental and physical health.

The Australian has received the support of about forty French MPs of all who have argued so that it can benefit from political asylum in France.

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