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British Injustice For Julian Assange

WorldNews Friday, 25 October 2019
British Injustice For Julian AssangeArticle By WN.com Correspondent Sabrina Gaffney Mark Summers QC, acting for Mr Julian Assange, was outraged earlier this week when his client’s request to delay his upcoming US extradition hearing was rejected at Westminster Magistrates’ court by District Judge Vanessa Baraitser. Mr Assange’s legal team are being refused more time to investigate allegations involving U.S. interference at the Ecuadorian embassy in London from 2012 to 2019. "The American state has been actively engaged in intruding into privileged discussions between Mr. Assange and his lawyers in the embassy, also unlawful copying of their telephones and computers [and] hooded men breaking into offices,” Summers said. He told...
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