World Extradition of Julian Assange: British justice will render its decision on January 4
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The United States wants to try the Australian for the dissemination of hundreds of thousands of confidential documentsWIKILEAKS - The United States wants to try the Australian for the dissemination of hundreds of thousands of confidential documents
The British justice set Thursday January 4 for its decision on the request for extradition of, demanded by the United States who want to try him for the dissemination of hundreds of thousands of confidential documents.
Pending this decision, expected after the US presidential election of November 3, the founder ofwill remain imprisoned, said Judge Vanessa Baraitser after nearly four weeks of hearings in the criminal court of the Old Bailey, London.
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American justice wants to try the 49-year-old Australian, in particular for espionage. He faces 175 years in prison for having disseminated, from 2010, more than 700,000 classified documents on American military and diplomatic activities, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan.A "political" procedure, according to Julian Assange's lawyers
The United States accuses the founder of WikiLeaks of having endangered American service sources, which he disputes. Among the documents released was a video showing civilians killed by US gunship fire in Iraq in July 2007, including two Reuters reporters.
As for Julian Assange's lawyers, they denounce a “political” procedure based on “lies”. But, they say, the US-UK agreement “expressly” prohibits extraditions for “political offenses”.
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It is up to the British courts to determine whether the American request forsubmitted to it meets a number of legal criteria, and in particular whether it is not disproportionate or incompatible with human rights.
UK judge to give Assange's U.S. extradition verdict early next year .
UK judge to give Assange's U.S. extradition verdict early next yearLONDON (Reuters) - A British judge said on Thursday she would give her decision early next year on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to the United States to face 18 charges including espionage.