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Julian Assange arrested by british police after the U.S.-requirements

Britain's interior minister Sajid Javid confirmed on Thursday morning that Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, had been arrested by the police. Only hours la

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Julian Assange arrested by british police after the U.S.-requirements

Britain's interior minister Sajid Javid confirmed on Thursday morning that Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, had been arrested by the police. Only hours later was Assange before a court where he was found guilty of having violated the terms related to bail. Assange himself declared not guilty.

Ecuador first announced that it is taking back the asylum Assange was granted in 2012 and then contacted the police.

Londonpolisen type in a message to Assange also arrested at the request of the american authorities since he arrived at the police station. There is an american request for the extradition of Wikileaksgrundaren, and according to the british court, the united states has to the 12th of June to present the paper required for disclosure.

Assange's attorney says that a request for extradition to the united states will be challenged, reports the AFP. In a statement on Thursday, said Jennifer Robinson, one of Assange's lawyers, that they demonstrably had it right when they previously flagged for Wikileaksgrundaren can be interviewed for their ”publication”.

" I have just been with Assange in the cell. He would like to thank all their followers for support, and he said ”it was what I said”, said Jennifer Robinson, according to CNN.

the risk of Assange to a maximum of five years in prison for conspiring to access the classified documents.

Julian Assange spoke from the Ecuadorian embassy in London in may 2017. Photo: Vianney Le Caer/TT

Julian Assange has spent the last seven years at the ecuadorian embassy in London. He took refuge there to escape a Swedish and british police.

for sexual offences. Prosecutor Marianne Ny put down the pre-trial investigation 2017. It would, however, be resumed if Julian Assange goes to Sweden before 2020, then våldtäktsfallet the statute of limitations.

Lawyer Elisabeth Massi Fritz, who represents victim writes in a statement to the DN that she hoped that the case be taken up again.

”I and my client has just received the news that Assange has been arrested. That what we have been waiting and hoping for almost seven years now, and it's definitely a shock to my client. We will do everything we can for prosecutors to resume the Swedish pre-trial investigation so that Assange can be extradited to Sweden and prosecuted for rape. As long as the offence is not statute-barred, my client hoping to get justice.”

she today in the morning, formally requested the prosecutor's office to resume the investigation and that she requested expedited processing.

In a press release affirms the authority that they have received a request for investigation of rape should be resumed.

– We will now put us into the case in order to determine how to proceed. We can't promise any timetable for when a decision will be taken, " says vice superior prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson in a press release.

Julian Assange been found guilty of having violated the conditions of his bail and fled into the ecuadorian embassy. For this, he faces up to a year in prison, according to CNN.

Assange's own biggest concern, according to himself, however, has been to either Sweden or the Uk to extradite him to the united states, where he could be prosecuted for espionage. Wikileaks has disseminated a large number of stolen u.s. military documents.

The british police, thus the requirement of extradition as a reason for Thursday's arrest, and U.S. authorities say that the charge is conspiracy to access the secret data.

president of the united states Donald Trump said on Thursday that he did not have any opinion regarding the arrest of Assange, writes Reuters.

" I know nothing about Wikileaks. It is not my thing, but I know that it has to do with Julian Assange. I have seen what has happened with Assange, " he said, according to CNN.

CNN notes that Donald Trump in the past, before he became president, said that he ”love Wikileaks”.

Lenín Moreno says that the british promised not to extradite Julian Assange to a country that has the death penalty.

The british foreign minister Alan Duncan said at the same time, according to the BBC that the arrest follows a ”detailed dialogue” between the united kingdom and the united states.

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