UK Supreme Court will not hear Julian Assange's appeal against extradition
March 15, 2022, 14:40:02 CET | Wikinews

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Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom announced it will not rule on Julian Assange's appeal on his extradition to the United States.

Stating the application "didn’t raise an arguable point of law," the court left in place a ruling from December that Assange is eligible for extradition after assurances from the US that he would be treated humanely.

Assange, an Australian, is the founder of the WikiLeaks website which published classified US military documents obtained by Chelsea Manning. He faces criminal charges in the US for unlawfully helping Manning obtain the documents. Assange's defense has been he was only acting in the role of a journalist.

Since 2019, Assange has been held at Belmarsh Prison in London. Prior to that, he stayed seven years at the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid being extradited to Sweden on sexual assault charges which were eventually dropped.

The extradition is now in the hands of UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, and Assange's legal team has four weeks to submit objections.






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Related news[edit]
"Assange seeks asylum in Ecuadorian embassy" — Wikinews, June 22, 2012
"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden" — Wikinews, February 24, 2011
"Wikileaks founder Julian Assange granted bail, set free" — Wikinews, December 17, 2010
Sources[edit]
Haroon Siddique and Ben Quinn. "Julian Assange denied permission to appeal against US extradition" — The Guardian, March 14, 2022
AP. "Julian Assange denied permission to appeal by Britain's top court" — Politico, March 14, 2022





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