The verdict will come at another time

The second and final hearing of the defense's final appeal has concluded at the High Court in London Julian AssangeAustralian journalist and co-founder of WikiLeaks, against his controversial extradition proceedings from Great Britain to the USA. The verdict will come at a different time: as expected, it will be a matter of days, but the judges did not provide any precise information. If the appeal is not upheld, the legal options in the British justice system would be exhausted.

Assange was not in court There was no sign of Assange's presence in court on Wednesday either, after his wife Stella Assange and defense lawyers informed the two appeal judges on Tuesday that the Australian journalist and activist and co-founder of WikiLeaks was “not well” in the aftermath of May 5 Years of harsh incarceration in the maximum security Belmarsh Prison.

Assange's wife: “Protest until he's free” During the hearing, several protesters gathered outside the courthouse. His wife, Stella Assange, told them the outcome was full of uncertainties. And that we must protest “to show that the world is watching until Julian is free.”