Assange loses extradition appeal
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But it is not yet over

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's attempt to appeal extradition was denied by the UK's Supreme Court. Assange was initially granted the right to petition the court in late January.

Assange will be extradited to the US
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He is not mentally ill, he is a very naughty boy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is facing the prospect of imminent extradition to the U.S. after the UK High Court granted an appeal by the US government against an earlier (January) refusal by a UK judge to extradite him on mental health grounds.

Assange too mentally ill to be extradited
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Locking him up in the US would kill him

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States, because he would probably kill himself in a US jail a court in London has ruled.

Trump promised to pardon Assange
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If he denied Trump's Russian links

US President Donald Trump offered Julian Assange a pardon if he would say Russia was not involved in leaking Democratic party emails, a court in London has been told.

UK government agrees to ship Assange to the US
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Now up to the courts 

The United Kingdom has signed an extradition order for Wikileaks founder and bail jumper Julian Assange to be sent to the United States to face charges that he conspired to hack government computers and violated an espionage law.

Assange sues his chum Donald Trump
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Worried he will end up in a US court

Mr Humphries look-alike and the person who published Russian supplied emails to help Donald Trump get elected, Julian Assange, is launching a legal challenge against the Trump administration.

Ecuador will not act for Assange any more
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Assange sues so his hosts will clean up after his cat and clean his underwear

Ecuador has had enough of Julian Assange and said it will no longer speak to the British government on his behalf.

Assange cost Ecuador $5 million
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Watched him 24/7 

The cost of protecting Julian Assange from the EU justice system cost Ecuador more than five million dollars, according to the Guardian.

Ecuador shuts up Assange
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Stop talking, you are embarrassing us

Ecuador’s government is cutting off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s communications outside the nation’s London embassy.

Assange gets a dose of legal reality
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Judge says he lacks courage and does not want to face consequences

Julian Assange has been given a sharp lesson in the reality of law when his actions were forensically pulled apart by District Court Judge Emma Arbuthnot in a 30 minute judgment.