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Police arrest activist outside Belmarsh Prison as Julian Assange extradition hearing begins

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Police arrest activist outside Belmarsh Prison as Julian Assange extradition hearing begins

Police arrest activist outside Belmarsh Prison as Julian Assange extradition hearing begins

Police arrested an activist outside Belmarsh Prison as Julian Assange's extradition trial began today (February 24).

Protesters have set up banners and tents outside Woolwich Crown Court demanding for Assange to be released.

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