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Julian Assange appears confused at extradition hearing, struggles to recall his name

SBS Monday, 21 October 2019
An extradition hearing for Julian Assange will go ahead next year after a a UK judge declined a bid to delay it by lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder.
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Julian Assange will face an extradition hearing in February 2020, after a British judge declined a request by his lawyers to delay proceedings by three months. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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