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British justice asks fresh US guarantees for Assange extradition.

By ki0nk Mar27,2024
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On Tuesday, March 26, the British legal system made a request for more guarantees from the United States, where the Australian whistleblower is currently being prosecuted for the release of sensitive data regarding American military and diplomatic activities, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan.

On Tuesday, March 26, the British judicial system made a request to the United States for further guarantees concerning the treatment that would be reserved for Julian Assange. If the United States did not provide these guarantees, the British justice system would allow the founder of WikiLeaks to file one final appeal against his extradition in the United Kingdom.

According to a summary of the judgment, the judges granted the American authorities three weeks to ensure that Julian Assange would not be sentenced to the death penalty and that he would be able to benefit from the First Amendment of the American Constitution, which protects freedom of expression. The American authorities want to try the Australian for letting a large number of confidential documents out into the public domain.

According to the decision made by the courts, Julian Assange will have the opportunity to file an appeal against the decision to extradite him, which was made by the British government in June of 2022. “If these assurances are not provided” within this deadline.

If they are, a fresh hearing will take place on May 20 before the judges make a decision regarding these guarantees and determine whether or not Julian Assange is eligible to get a final resort in the United Kingdom. This case has become a symbol of threats against the freedom of the press.

In any event, supporters of Julian Assange have warned that they would take the matter to the European Court of Human Rights in the event that they were unsuccessful in their attempt to have the extradition halted.

Julian Assange faces the possibility of serving up to 175 years in prison for publishing more than 700,000 sensitive papers on American military and diplomatic activities, mainly in Iraq and Afghanistan, since 2010. These materials were published in 2010. There is a video that is included in these documents that shows civilians, including two journalists from Reuters, being killed by fire from an American combat helicopter in Iraq in July of 2007.

After spending seven years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden in a rape case that was dismissed the same year, Julian Assange was detained by British authorities in 2019. This occurred after he had spent seven years in the embassy.

Julian Assange was charged with 18 counts of espionage during the first term of Donald Trump’s presidency, according to a law that was passed in 1917. Many people have pushed Vice President Joe Biden to withdraw these allegations.

Those who are close to Julian Assange, who has been held for five years in the high-security Belmarsh jail in London, have expressed concern over the deterioration of his health in recent weeks. His defense also emphasizes the possibility that he will commit himself in the event that he is extradited.

(Associated Press) — LONDON A British court ruled on Tuesday that Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States on charges of espionage unless the United States authorities guarantee that he will not receive the death penalty. This decision provides the founder of WikiLeaks with a partial victory in his lengthy legal battle regarding the publication of classified documents by the website.

Two judges on the High Court have stated that they will allow Assange to file a new appeal if the United States authorities do not provide additional assurances within the next three weeks regarding what will happen to him. The verdict indicates that the legal drama, which has been going on for more than a decade, will continue, and Assange will continue to be held in the high-security Belmarsh Prison in London, where he has been incarcerated for the past five years.

According to Judges Victoria Sharp and Jeremy Johnson, the United States of America is obligated to ensure that Assange, who is an Australian citizen, “is afforded the same First Amendment protections as a United States citizen, and that the death penalty is not imposed.”

In the event that the United States submits more guarantees, the judges have stated that they will provide the parties with the option to make additional representations prior to making a final judgment regarding the application for leave to appeal. If those representations are made by the United States, the judges have stated that a hearing will take place on May 20.

According to those who support Assange, he is a journalist who is protected by the First Amendment and who exposed crimes committed by the United States military in Iraq and Afghanistan. This was done in the interest of the public.

A statement made by Stella Assange, the wife of Julian Assange, stated that the founder of WikiLeaks “is being persecuted because he exposed the true cost of war in human lives.”

“The administration of Vice President Joe Biden should not provide assurances. When she was standing outside of the High Court in London, she made the following statement: “They should drop this shameful case, which should never have been brought.”

After a hearing that lasted for two days at the High Court in February, Edward Fitzgerald, the attorney representing Julian Assange, stated that American authorities were attempting to punish him for WikiLeaks’ “exposure of criminality on the part of the U.S. government on an unprecedented scale,” which included the use of torture and killings. The ruling was issued as a result of this hearing.

In addition to soliciting, stealing, and releasing classified government data without discrimination, the United States government stated that Assange’s acts went beyond journalism. These actions put a large number of people in danger, including Iraqis and Afghans who had assisted United States soldiers.

In total, Assange filed nine grounds of appeal, six of which were rejected by the judges. Among these grounds was the argument that his prosecution is political. Despite the fact that Assange “acted out of political conviction,” they stated that this does not necessarily mean that the request for his extradition is made because of his political ideas.

In addition, the judges ruled that Assange was not permitted to file an appeal because of allegations made by his attorneys that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) devised schemes to abduct or assassinate Assange during the years that he spent hiding out in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in order to prevent him from attempting to evacuate the country.On Tuesday, March 26, the British legal system made a request for more guarantees from the United States, where the Australian whistleblower is currently being prosecuted for the release of sensitive data regarding American military and diplomatic activities, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan.

On Tuesday, March 26, the British judicial system made a request to the United States for further guarantees concerning the treatment that would be reserved for Julian Assange. If the United States did not provide these guarantees, the British justice system would allow the founder of WikiLeaks to file one final appeal against his extradition in the United Kingdom.

According to a summary of the judgment, the judges granted the American authorities three weeks to ensure that Julian Assange would not be sentenced to the death penalty and that he would be able to benefit from the First Amendment of the American Constitution, which protects freedom of expression. The American authorities want to try the Australian for letting a large number of confidential documents out into the public domain.

According to the decision made by the courts, Julian Assange will have the opportunity to file an appeal against the decision to extradite him, which was made by the British government in June of 2022. “If these assurances are not provided” within this deadline.

If they are, a fresh hearing will take place on May 20 before the judges make a decision regarding these guarantees and determine whether or not Julian Assange is eligible to get a final resort in the United Kingdom. This case has become a symbol of threats against the freedom of the press.

In any event, supporters of Julian Assange have warned that they would take the matter to the European Court of Human Rights in the event that they were unsuccessful in their attempt to have the extradition halted.

Julian Assange faces the possibility of serving up to 175 years in prison for publishing more than 700,000 sensitive papers on American military and diplomatic activities, mainly in Iraq and Afghanistan, since 2010. These materials were published in 2010. There is a video that is included in these documents that shows civilians, including two journalists from Reuters, being killed by fire from an American combat helicopter in Iraq in July of 2007.

After spending seven years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden in a rape case that was dismissed the same year, Julian Assange was detained by British authorities in 2019. This occurred after he had spent seven years in the embassy.

Julian Assange was charged with 18 counts of espionage during the first term of Donald Trump’s presidency, according to a law that was passed in 1917. Many people have pushed Vice President Joe Biden to withdraw these allegations.

Those who are close to Julian Assange, who has been held for five years in the high-security Belmarsh jail in London, have expressed concern over the deterioration of his health in recent weeks. His defense also emphasizes the possibility that he will commit himself in the event that he is extradited.

(Associated Press) — LONDON A British court ruled on Tuesday that Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States on charges of espionage unless the United States authorities guarantee that he will not receive the death penalty. This decision provides the founder of WikiLeaks with a partial victory in his lengthy legal battle regarding the publication of classified documents by the website.

Two judges on the High Court have stated that they will allow Assange to file a new appeal if the United States authorities do not provide additional assurances within the next three weeks regarding what will happen to him. The verdict indicates that the legal drama, which has been going on for more than a decade, will continue, and Assange will continue to be held in the high-security Belmarsh Prison in London, where he has been incarcerated for the past five years.

According to Judges Victoria Sharp and Jeremy Johnson, the United States of America is obligated to ensure that Assange, who is an Australian citizen, “is afforded the same First Amendment protections as a United States citizen, and that the death penalty is not imposed.”

In the event that the United States submits more guarantees, the judges have stated that they will provide the parties with the option to make additional representations prior to making a final judgment regarding the application for leave to appeal. If those representations are made by the United States, the judges have stated that a hearing will take place on May 20.

According to those who support Assange, he is a journalist who is protected by the First Amendment and who exposed crimes committed by the United States military in Iraq and Afghanistan. This was done in the interest of the public.

A statement made by Stella Assange, the wife of Julian Assange, stated that the founder of WikiLeaks “is being persecuted because he exposed the true cost of war in human lives.”

“The administration of Vice President Joe Biden should not provide assurances. When she was standing outside of the High Court in London, she made the following statement: “They should drop this shameful case, which should never have been brought.”

After a hearing that lasted for two days at the High Court in February, Edward Fitzgerald, the attorney representing Julian Assange, stated that American authorities were attempting to punish him for WikiLeaks’ “exposure of criminality on the part of the U.S. government on an unprecedented scale,” which included the use of torture and killings. The ruling was issued as a result of this hearing.

In addition to soliciting, stealing, and releasing classified government data without discrimination, the United States government stated that Assange’s acts went beyond journalism. These actions put a large number of people in danger, including Iraqis and Afghans who had assisted United States soldiers.

In total, Assange filed nine grounds of appeal, six of which were rejected by the judges. Among these grounds was the argument that his prosecution is political. Despite the fact that Assange “acted out of political conviction,” they stated that this does not necessarily mean that the request for his extradition is made because of his political ideas.

In addition, the judges ruled that Assange was not permitted to file an appeal because of allegations made by his attorneys that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) devised schemes to abduct or assassinate Assange during the years that he spent hiding out in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in order to prevent him from attempting to evacuate the country.

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