Extradition judge 'rewarded Assange for flight
Irish Daily Mirror|October 28, 2021
THE judge who refused to extradite Julian Assange risked “rewarding fugitives for their flight” with her approach to his mental health, the UK High Court has heard.
JESS GLASS, TOM PILGRIM and TED HENNESSEY

Assange, 50, is wanted in the US on allegations of a conspiracy to a obtain and disclose national defence information in leaked documents on WikiLeaks'.

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