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The united states is stepping up the hunt for Assange – he hoped that continued to be unknown

Wikileaksgrundaren has been at the ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, when he was accused of rape in Sweden. The Swedish prosecutors have previously put t

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The united states is stepping up the hunt for Assange – he hoped that continued to be unknown

Wikileaksgrundaren has been at the ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, when he was accused of rape in Sweden. The Swedish prosecutors have previously put their case, instead it is the fear of extradition to the US that Assange is still in the apartment in the embassy premises.

the united states has accused Assange and Wikileaks for data breaches since 2010, when the organization in cooperation with a number of newspapers published classified documents regarding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and diplomatic correspondence.

Wikileaks is also involved in the investigation surrounding the hack of the Democratic mejlservrar in connection with the presidential election in 2016, which the CIA believes was carried out by Russia in order to hinder Hillary Clinton's chances to be elected.

came the first official indications that the united states was preparing a prosecution against Assange, when a prosecutor in Virginia happened to felarkivera documents in the case. The prosecutor insisted in which to continue to keep charges hidden, ”until Assange is arrested in connection to brottsanklagelserna and therefore no longer can avoid to be arrested or ulämnas of the case”.

Read more: US prepares lawsuit by Julian Assange

Assange's lawyers have now filed an ”urgent request” to the Inter-american commission on human rights (IACHR), where they urge that all charges against their client should be made public, writes The Guardian.

”the Revelation that the united states has launched a criminal prosecution against Mr. Assange has shocked the international community. The u.s. government must report all criminal angklagelser against Mr. Assange,” it says in the application.

have refused to publish the allegations.

In the request to the IACHR writes the lawyers even to federal prosecutors sought to put pressure on people in both the united states, Germany and Iceland to testify against Assange in exchange for immune from prosecution.

the Lawyers have previously said that Trump's administration has put pressure on Ecuador to extradite Assange, and has, according to The Guardian come up with increasingly open threats. In december, reported the New York Times that Ecuador's new president, Lenin Moreno, was trying to negotiate an extradition in exchange for that country's debt to the united states would be reduced.

ecuadorian judge Assange to ease the restrictions on his stay in the embassy premises, which Wikileaks also claims that Ecuador is working with the US to spy on him.

Read more: UN calls on Britain to allow Assange to go

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