BREAKING: A UK judge has ordered the extradition of Julian Assange to the US where he will face a 175 year sentence.

BREAKING: A UK judge has ordered the extradition of Julian Assange to the US where he will face a 175 year sentence. Julian Assange was jailed for exposing US atrocities against Human Rights.

BREAKING: A UK judge has ordered the extradition of Julian Assange to the US where he will face a 175 year sentence. Julian Assange was jailed for exposing US atrocities against Human Rights. A hypocrite country who talks about "good" while being "evil".
A hypocrite country who talks about “good” while being “evil”.

Home Secretary Priti Patel will now be responsible for deciding whether to approve the extradition after a protracted legal battle.

An extradition order was issued by chief magistrate Paul Goldspring during a seven-minute hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

Mr Goldspring said: “In layman’s terms, I am duty bound to send your case to the Secretary of State for a decision.”


Outside the court, scores of supporters – including former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – gathered carrying placards reading “Don’t extradite Assange”.

Protesters outside court today

Protesters outside court today
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Jeremy Corbyn also made an appearance

Jeremy Corbyn also made an appearance
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The extradition may yet be further delayed by an appeal.

Assange, 50, was not present in court physically, although he watched the administrative proceedings by video link.

 

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