Assange appeals the decision to extradite to the United States

Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, has appealed against the British government's decision not to extradite Julian to the United States.

Assange appeals the decision to extradite to the United States

Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, has appealed against the British government's decision not to extradite Julian to the United States. The High Court in London stated Friday July 1

For leaking confidential documents, the 50-year-old Australian was arrested and is currently being tried in the United States. He faces 175 years imprisonment. After a lengthy legal battle with twists, turns and twists, Priti Patel, the British Interior Minister signed an extradition order on June 17.

Julian Assange was held for three years in the Belmarsh prison, near London. He had until Friday to file an appeal. British justice confirmed that Julian Assange's notification to appeal against the Home Office decision to extradite him had been received.

A few dozen Assange supporters, including Stella Assange, his wife, protested the extradition decision outside the Home Office on Friday, just before Julian Assange's 51st Birthday on Sunday.

The group then boarded an "vintage" London bus and drove through the centre of London shouting, "Free Julian Assange now!"

He is in prison for telling the truth. He is innocent, so why is he locked up? Gloria Wildman, a 79 year-old retired woman who is used to rallying in support of the Australian, said that he was innocent. She added, "If Julian Assange doesn't have freedom, neither are we,"

The hearing could be delayed if leave to appeal is granted. This was stated by Kate Goold, a partner in the law firm Bindmans who specializes in cases and told the British press agency PA in June. Extradition.

She said that Julian Assange could also take over the European Court of Human Rights. This process is likely to take many years.

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