Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, to fight extradition to US

Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, to fight extradition to US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange petitioned an international human rights commission on Wednesday to order the US government to unseal charges against him as he fights a possible extradition to the US. The US charges against Assange came to light when he was inadvertently mentioned in an unrelated court filing in November.

Hannibal 1 year

That's the government's real fear, isn't it? Documents and open witnesses in a public court... The temerity of this man!

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

The nice thing about this app is that you can see how hard The Guardian worked to make a clickbait headline!

Nick Record
Nick Record 1 year

Like Edward Snowden, this man is a hero.

Adrian Law
Adrian Law 1 year

Why does this mention Trump?

Blaeingr 1 year

Meh, the Trump administration should just provide it, especially since much of it was based on what the last administration did. Of course, there are probably quite a few government careerists that would rather this gets buried.

smeg head
smeg head 1 year

the Guardian must be bored again.. Though I do wonder, you think it would be the democrats that really want to get him, after he leaked their emails..

Gaz Matic
Gaz Matic 1 year

The guardian is so blatant with their bias.

O'Brien 1 year

Hard to understand how secret charges are compatible with due process. I have feeling that is the last thing ANY government, apart from Correas, wants to give Assange.

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 1 year

good there is no reason the U. S. should be trying to get him anyways

AlexJ 1 year

Who is that guy again?

joe Vasquez
joe Vasquez 1 year

it’s okay to challenge people when they wrong. Trump 2020!!!

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