Court Rules Julian Assange Should Be Extradited To The US–Appeal Coming

Julian Assange exposed the Deep State.

Because of that, they will not stop going after him.

The US won an appeal to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

From CNBC:

Julian Assange, the 50-year-old founder of Wikileaks, is a step closer to being extradited from Britain to the United States after the U.S. government won an appeal in London’s High Court.

Judge Timothy Holroyde said Friday that the court “allows the appeal.”

In the U.S., the Australian entrepreneur will face criminal charges including breaking a spying law and conspiring to hack government computers.

Holyrode said the U.S. has assured Britain that Assange’s detention will meet certain conditions.

Assange, who was not permitted to attend the hearing in person, is wanted by U.S. authorities over the publication of hundreds of thousands of classified military documents and diplomatic cables in 2010 and 2011.

They say his actions put lives in danger and they accuse him of 18 counts, meaning he faces a 175-year prison sentence.

An appeal is coming:

Here is part of what Assange exposed:

From Zero Hedge:

In response to the ruling, Wikileaks slammed the US for trying to avoid accountability by covering up the “collateral murder” incident where two Reuters journalists were killed in Iraq, along with innocent civilians, by the US military. The infamous footage from that incident, which was first published by Assange after being leaked by Chelsea Manning (back when she was an army intelligence analyst named Bradley Manning).

WikiLeaks also published Hillary Clinton’s emails which exposed how corrupt she was.

Julian Assange’s fiancee  called the decision a “grave miscarriage of justice.”

Here is her full statement:


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